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Congratulations to AB Tomas Lewis-Jones

Congratulations to AB Tomas Lewis-Jones

One of our ex POC's, and now former Petty Officer (SCC) has passed his basic training at HMS Raleigh and passed out into the Royal Navy.

His basic training was 10 weeks long and what a fantastic achievement for him!

We are all very proud of you Tomas and we wish you all the best for your new career.

We are also glad to say that he is staying on with us as a Civilian Instructor (SCC) and we will see him when he is on leave.

Carnival News

Carnival News

At the latest annual Milford Haven Carnival, organised by the Round Table - Milford Haven Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets take home the silverware.

We went as a Pirates of the Caribbean.

In our float category, we were 2nd!  BUT, we won the Best Float Spirit in the Carnival for 2015!

Thank you very much to the parents who supported us in ensuring this went ahead!

Great New Look!

Great New Look!

Our boats are being branded to show off who we are when we are boating - what do you think of our new Safetyboats?

Town Honours Cadets

Town Honours Cadets

Every June, will see the Annual Milford Haven Town Council Citizens Awards being presented at the Town Hall.  In order to be presented with such an award, you have to be nominated (and a citation written) which is submitted to the Council; they then pick the best of the applications based on the information, with the names blanked.

For the 3rd year running, we are delighted to announce that one of our cadets has gained a Youth Citizen's Awards for his commitment to the Unit and as a result his work within the Community.  A thoroughly deserved Youth Award to Petty Officer Cadet Scott Claypole.

It also, gives us great privilege to announce that our former Commanding Officer and the Deputy District Officer for South Wales District, Lieutenant (SCC) William Elliott RNR was awarded a Citizens Award for his previous work with the Unit and ensuring its future was bright.

BZ to both!

Milford Haven Sea Cadets & Royal Marines Cadets...

Milford Haven Sea Cadets & Royal Marines Cadets...

Last month, Milford Haven Sea Cadet Corps and Royal Marines Cadets received a welcome boost from two local sources.

The youth organisation, which provides opportunities for young people aged 10 - 18 years old, was the beneficiary of two business community funds, allowing them to expand the rang of training assets and equipment available to cadets.

Milford Haven Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets will purchase a Rigiflex 360 boat, including trailer and outboard with the funding, allowing them to improve what boat work they can offer to cadets.  Especially in terms of waterborne qualifications and accredited training in Sailing, Powerboat and Windsurfing with the RYA (Royal Yachting Association).

The new safety boat and equipment will be generously paid for by South Hook LNG and the Port of Milford Haven.

Over the years, Rigiflex boats have established themselves as the recognised industry standard for small and safe vessels.  The advantage of Rigiflex boats is it's sustainability due to the toughness and durability, meaning maintenance costs will be minimised for Milford Haven Sea Cadet Corps and Royal Marines Cadets.

Anna Malloy, PR and Communications Manager at the Port of Milford Haven, commented, "We are happy to support the Cadets so that they can provide young people with a wide range of activities that teach them both practical and social skills.  I look forward to seeing their new boat being used on the Milford Haven Waterway."

Shipping & Planning Superintendent at South Hook LNG Terminal, Frank Thomas, commented on the importance of the new boat saying, "South Hook LNG is pleased to be providing support that brings additional safety measures to the valuable training given by Milford Haven Sea Cadets & Royal Marines Cadets."

Lieutenant (SCC) William Elliott RNR, The RYA Training Centre Principal for Milford Haven Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets commented the following, "The community collaboration between the two community funds shows how powerful they wish to support local causes.  This support has allowed us to improve our safety boat capabilities and modernise our training for the young people that we train.  A huge thank you to both the Port of Milford Haven and South Hook LNG for their continuing support and generosity."

If you are interested in joining Sea Cadets or Royal Marines Cadets then visit or search for us on Facebook or come along Tues & Thurs 6:30pm until 9:30pm every week.


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