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Bronze for Able Cadet Katie

Bronze for Able Cadet Katie

A fantastic result for AC Katie at the National Combined Regatta, which took place at the Excel Centre, London.  With stiff competition from a number of other Sea Cadet units from across the country, AC Katie took Bronze in the Kayak Cross-Stream event.

SCC's Latest Dinghy Instructor

SCC's Latest Dinghy Instructor

Congratulations to AC Joe who has become one of the SCC's latest RYA Dinghy Instructors.

AC Joe has been stationed at SCTC Caledonia in Rosyth since 16th July and has already gained his RYA Safety Powerboat licence and First Aid at Work certificate.

The next phase of his 6-six week course will be to teach and instruct RYA Level 3 Dinghy sailing to Sea Cadet trainees.

Community Award for Junior Cadets

Community Award for Junior Cadets

Twins, Junior Cadet Jessica and Harry have been awarded the Burghill Community Academy Community Award for being excellent ambassadors for the Sea Cadets and selling poppies at school.

The award was presented to the twins during their Year 6 Leavers Assembly, hence Junior Cadet Harry’s polo shirt imprinted with farewell messages from his friends.

T.S. Antelope Cadets Join in the Hereford River Ca

T.S. Antelope Cadets Join in the Hereford River Ca

Hereford's River Carnival is a day of fun for everyone. celebrating the beauty and vitality of the River Wye and the life that it brings to the city of Hereford.  Junior Cadets enjoyed making a float with poppies to mirror the Hereford Cathedrals recent Weeping Window exhibit, whilst AC Josh, AC Ivor and AC Joe, under the supervision of Lt Cdr Sheils supported all the river activities as Safety Officers.  Senior Cadets were also involved in running the tombola and recruitment stand, raising much needed funds for the Unit.  Well done to all the cadets and staff involved.

Summer Sailing for AC Joe

Summer Sailing for AC Joe

Able Cadet Joe is delighted to have been selected as a trainee sailing instructor for the Sea Cadets at HMS CALEDONIA in Scotland.  He is the first cadet from Hereford Sea Cadets to achieve this national opportunity for over 10 years, overcoming stiff opposition from 400 other SCC units, well done Able Cadet Joe.

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