Sea Cadets in Training

6 May 2022

Middlesbrough Sea Cadets in training at Hartlepool marina 2021.

Rowing practice for four Sea Cadets.

Out on the water as often as we can. 


Veteran Christmas Appeal

Veteran Christmas Appeal

Middlesbrough Sea Cadets are taking donation for the Veteran Christmas Appeal. 

If you have unwanted items in your cupboards including: Tins, cereal, sweets, chocolates, packets of food anything as long as it is not fresh, toiletries and socks. 

You are more than welcome to drop any items off at the unit on a parade night. Just let a member of staff know it’s for the Veteran Christmas Appeal.

All donations are required by the 12th December.

Thank you

Unit Fundraiser Event

Unit Fundraiser Event

Middlesbrough Sea Cadets are holding a unit Christmas Party & fundraising event on Monday 20th December 2021, 7pm at the RAOB (Buffs) Club on Southfield Road, Middlesbrough.

Entry tickets are only £1 (available from the unit), the bar will be open and there will be a Disco and Burgers/Hot Dogs as well as a raffle, tombola & blind cards (raffle tickets are £1 per strip also available from the unit, blind card £2 per go):

Prizes so far include:

Boro goody Hamper (Pennant, posters, etc)

£50 voucher for hairdresser

£20 Manjaros voucher

£20 Clare’s Bakes voucher

Dottie Bee’s voucher for bespoke PJs

2 x small fish & chip voucher from Frydays

Pamper yourself basket

Wax melts  selection & burner in a basket

Sweet treats selection basket

Gin cocktail set

Various bottles of alcohol


-More prizes will be announced as we get them


If you can attend to support our unit it would be greatly appreciated! Tickets should also be available on the night but it would be good to know numbers beforehand.

If you wish to donate any prizes it would be greatly appreciated, to do this please click on the get in touch button on the website. 

We look forward to seeing you. 

Parent & Supporters Association (P&SA)

1 October 2021

Parent & Supporters Association 

Middlesbrough Sea Cadets is pleased to say that we are forming a Parent & Supporters Association (P&SA). 

Do you like to help and feel good seeing others happy? Well now is your chance to make a difference to young people aged between 10 and 18 years. 

As a charity we need support to raise funds and keep the doors open to serve our community. The Unit is running up to 80 years of service in the community and we want to serve even more. But we have a problem, and we really need your help. Our funds are running low following the pandemic and our volunteers are stretched providing training to cadets, meaning we are unable to organise fundraising opportunities for the charity. 

If you feel you might be able to help us we invite you to join our information evening on Wednesday 3rd November, 7pm at Middlesbrough Sea Cadet Unit HQ, East Lodge, Albert Park, Middlesbrough

What positions are we looking for: 

- Chairperson 
- Vice-Chairperson
- Secretary 
- Treasurer 
- Ordinary members 

Who can become a P&SA member: 

a. Parents/guardians and close relatives of staff and cadets, past and present.

b. Those who provide regular financial and material support.

c. Professional advisers and skilled workers providing a service to the Unit.

In you are interested please contact us via Facebook or email us at

We can’t wait to see you!


Looking for adventure, fun and to make lots of new friends? Middlesbrough Sea Cadets Unit will be doing all this on Tuesday 21st February 2017, and young people aged 10 -12 with parents are invited to attend.

The event, which will feature games, fun, competitions, prizes and more, takes place on Tuesday 21st February 2017 at East Lodge, Albert Park, Middlesbrough, TS1 3LB between 12pm and 6pm.

Young people and their parents can tour the unit, chat to volunteers and cadets and see some impressive displays, which aim to encourage more young people and volunteers to join the unit.

Petty Officer (SCC) Matthew Stamp, Middlesbrough’s Commanding Officer, said: “This is a great opportunity for the young people of Middlesbrough and it will give them a chance first hand to see what activities we get up to twice a week”.

“It’s a fun way to get to know other young people in the area and you’ll make some great friends and learn new skills that will give you a great head start in life and will really boost your confidence.”

Middlesbrough Sea Cadets opened in September 1942 at the Newport Boys’ Club on Newport Road. It has supported thousands of young people in Middlesbrough to learn nautical skills, with 15 cadets currently attending, supported by 9 volunteers. However, more are always welcome.

Middlesbrough, which is part of national charity Sea Cadets, gives young people a new perspective. We broaden horizons and create possibilities. Working across the UK with 14,000 young people between 10 and 18, we help them see the world with confidence, gained through the challenge of nautical adventure and a Royal Navy ethos. Our aim is to help more young people to see the future that they want – and make that future happen.

The unit is open Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:30pm till 9:15pm, and meets at East Lodge, Albert Park, Middlesbrough, TS1 3LBVisit: to find out how you can join.


For more information, please make contact: through the website or email direct to

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