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Representatives from Brentwood SCC attended the RNA Brentwood branch's standard blessing ceremony held at the Regimental Chapel in Warley on Sunday 5th July.
Cadets and Juniors attended this local event - very smart! #teambrentwood
On Saturday 4th August Brentwood SCC attended the Area Combined Regatta held once again at the Royal Victoria Docks - as part of the team representing London Eastern District Sea Cadets our cadets took part in both Paddlesport and Yole disciplines.
A great day on the water with support from staff, families and spectators
Well done #teambrentwood - next stop Nationals!
Cadets, Staff and Committee attended the towns Armed Forces Day Service last weekend. An important date in the Calendar to support our Armed Forces, meeting representatives from the Royal Naval Association, Royal British Legion and the Mayor of Brentwood, Cllr Mark Reed to name but a few. Always pleased to hear positive comments from local residents about our Sea Cadet Unit - well done cadets!
Over the past few days celebrations for the 200th anniversary of the battle of Waterloo have taken place both in this country and aboard. Brentwood Sea cadets were honoured to participate in the finale of these events as part of London Area Sea Cadets.
This high profile event was a spectacular culmination of the Waterloo commemorations both in Belgium and London over the period 18-21st June. The Waterloo Parade took place from Horse Guards Parade along The Mall, passed Buckingham Palace to Constitution Hill. The Parade included seven European visiting bands (Dutch Army Band, Zurich Police Band, Finnish Navy Band, French Artillery Band, Swedish Navy Youth Band, DVS Holland Marching Band, Polish Army Band) British military bands including the Royal Marines, Waterloo Band of the Rifles, Brentwood Imperial Youth Band, Wellington College CCF Corps of Drums, an International Pipe Band, 150 cadets from the three services and a great number of school children.