Coronavirus: Sea Cadets activity suspended

Unit parade nights are cancelled until further notice, and cadets are beginning to meet virtually with their units.

If you are looking to join Sea Cadets please use our unit finder to contact your nearest unit, they will respond directly. For more information on the charity’s response to Covid-19 please visit the link below.

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Harrogate and District Sea Cadet Corps marching back to the Unit HQ after Remembrance Sunday

The Sea Cadet Family

This is a picture of the members of the Unit marching back to the headquarters of Harrogate and District Sea Cadets in Springfield Mews Harrogate. In the band you will see young cadets  and older ones, some adults in the band and others enthusiastically following alongside. Behind the band you will see cadets who today are marching behind but tomorrow or next month may be sailing or rowing, taking command of a squad of other cadets or doing a weeks course at a naval base learning engineering or power boating or first Aid. There is something for everyone in Harrogate and District Sea Cadets, whatever your abilities, age or interests. We have great volunteers to instruct and encourage you backed up by a team of Trustees who make sure you are safe, have plenty of resources and the Charity is well run. Whether you want to join us as a cadet or an adult volunteer get in touch with us at the unit (see contact details) and we will make you very welcome.

Time scale for a new boat

Time scale for a new boat

The idea for a new boat is suggested and then approved by the management team and instructors. The management team apply for match funding and the cadets raise the rest through a 24 sail that took place in August. The team make sure that all paperwork and logistics are effective. The boat is ready at the makers, tbe boat is collected, assembled and checked. This all takes place during the "off season" so as soon as the cadets start boating again in May 2019 it is all ready for them. Well done all, particularly the cadets who did the hard work and this is the reward.

Bring or Buy. Both are needed.

Bring or Buy. Both are needed.

Everyone loves a good jumble sale and Harrogate Sea Cadets has their annual one on Saturday 2nd March from 1030 -1200. Make sure you come along to pick up some real bargains or pre loved items that deserve a new home. It's at the Methodist Church in Starbeck. Get in touch with us on the contact page if you have a load of jumble/bric a brac that you would like us to pick up.

The Fleet

The Fleet

Not one, not 2 but 3 of our boats out sailing on a wonderful summers evening. 


21 May 2018

At Harrogate Sea Cadets we always want the best for our cadets. Here we have the 2 new Pontoons that we have just purchased. Many Thanks to RFCA and CNG for helping us with the funding.

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