Not sure who had the most fun this morning, our Junior Sea Cadets or the Adult Volunteers who supported them with their morning, whichever it was it was certainley a fun time. Chocolate Concrete, Cake Pops and Cup Cake Decorating was the order of the day and is a prime example of the kind of activities our Junior Sea Cadets get up to.
If you know of a young person between 10 and 12 who would benefit and enjoy this type of activity on a Sunday morning, come down on a Tuesday night and have a look around.
Congratulations and well done to our 2 newest Leading Cadets. AC's Katie and Helen travelled to Milford Haven this weekend and successfully passed their Advancement Board. They look positively pleased with themselves and so they should, this is a tremendous achievement and it has not been easy. A lot of hard work and determination has been put into this by the cadets and staff who have supported them along the way. With their new status comes responsibility for helping to support leading the next group through.
A very proud Sherbourne CO and team.
A huge well done to the merged team of Birmingham Sherbourne and Telford Sea Cadets representing Mercia District at the South West Area 5 A-Side-Football competition this weekend. Some hard games played and won and now bringing home the gold for our respective Units. The team will now go on to represent the South West Area at the National Competition next weekend in Grantham.
We are so very proud of you girls.
We are pleased to announce for the 19th year running Birmingham Sherbourne has been awarded a Burgee for their work and support given to young people in the local community. A Burgee is the highest award that can be achieved for a Sea Cadet Unit.
Pictured here proudly displaying the new Burgee, the Commanding Officer Acting Sub Lieutenant (SCC) Mark Lane RNR said; 'We are very proud of our record and with your help will continue to keep up the standard of training and progress in the future for the beneift of all our young people and volunteers. This award is not for me it is for everybody who has contributed to the success of the unit, cadets, uniformed and non-uniformed staff, the Unit Management Team, parents, guardians and all our external supporters, without you this would not be possible'.