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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of Milton Keynes Sea Cadet & Royal Marine Unit Parent & Supporters Association will be held virtually via Zoom at 1.30pm on Sunday 15th November 2020 to transact the following business:



1. Apologies for absence
2. Opening address
3. P&SA Chairman’s report
4. P&SA Treasurers Report
5. Election / Re-Election of the Parent & Supporters Association Committee
6. Any other business**


• Individuals who are seeking election to the P&SA must have their nomination proposed and seconded.
• Nominations can only be accepted if they are notified in writing (e-mail to Mrs Gillian Perris, P&SA Chairperson no later than 8
th November 2020. There are criteria laid down in Sea Cadet Regulations (SCR) as to who is eligible to sit on the P&SA. Please see SCR’s or contact Mrs Perris for details.


**Any other business – Items for Any Other Business will only be considered if they are proposed and seconded in writing to Mrs Perris at least 48 hrs prior to the meeting.


IMPORTANT - all Parents and Supporters are welcome to participate at this meeting but in order to vote must be enrolled as a P&SA member. Please contact Mrs Perris if you wish to enrol.


If you wish to join the meeting, please drop an email to the PSA mailbox, or a message via the P & SA Facebook message service marked for the attention of Mrs Perris. Please confirm what e-mail you would like to use for communication so that details of the zoom meeting can be sent to you directly.


Annual General Meeting 15th November

Annual General Meeting 15th November

Milton Keynes Sea Cadet Unit


Notice of Meeting


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual general meeting of Milton Keynes Sea Cadet unit will be held by ZOOM 3:30 p.m. on Sunday 15th November 2020 to conduct the following business:


  1. Apologies for absence

  2. Opening address by the Unit Chair

  3. Minutes of the last AGM for adoption

  4. Matters arising from those minutes

  5. Unit Chair’s Report

  6. Commanding Officer’s Report

  7. Treasurer’s report and adoption of accounts

  8. Election of the President

  9. Election of the Unit Management Team (UMT)

  10. Any other business *


  • Election of the UMT – individuals who are seeking election to the UMT must have their nominations proposed and seconded by persons eligible to vote at the AGM.

  • Nominations can only be accepted if they are submitted on the official nomination form which can be obtained from the unit (tel. 01908 561689) by emailling .

  • Forms will be available from Friday 16th October 2020.

  • There are criteria laid down in the Sea Cadet Standard Constitution as to who is eligible to sit on the UMT. Please contact the Unit Chair at if you require further information.

  • Any waiving of these criteria is at the discretion of the Area Volunteer & Business Support Manager.

  • Only fully completed forms will be accepted.

  • Proof of posting is not proof of delivery.

Fully completed nomination forms must be emailled to the Unit Chair ( ) by 9:30 p.m. on Friday 13h November 2020.


All newly elected UMT members will be required to undergo a criminal record disclosure and to sign a declaration that they know of no reason why they cannot become a charity trustee (UMT member).


* Note – Items of any other business will only be considered if they are proposed and seconded in writing at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.



Luke's bike ride complete!

Luke's bike ride complete!

Leading Cadet Luke from TS Whaddon, Milton Keynes Sea Cadet and Marine Unit, is our longest serving cadet, having joined as a Junior Sea Cadet.  Luke has gained so much out of the Unit in the past seven years he feels he would like to give something back through the Parents & Supporters Association of the Unit.

Luke is a keen cyclist and during the lockdown has kept fit by cycling on most days and has completed approximately 4,500 miles (approx 7,200k) since the end of March.  Luke hoped to raise £500 by cycling a further 800 Km (500 miles) by the time he returns to School on 8th September.  We are pleased to report that he has exceeded this by 50 miles as can be seen by his mileage recorded on the STRAVA app.

The Unit are using funds at the present time to refurbish the Unit's toilets/showers (Heads) to bring them up to a high standard expected by our Staff and Cadets and others when the Unit is being used for District courses.

Thank you in advance for all donations which can be made through our P&SA Facebook page (  ) or be handed to a trustee, and will help our Cadets enjoy the Sea Cadet Experience.

I get knocked down, but I get up again...

I get knocked down, but I get up again...


Sea Cadet Activity is now currently suspended due to the current COVID 19 outbreak. (Please rest assured that to date there have been no confirmed cases involving the staff or cadets at this unit)

This means that the unit will be closed effectively immediately.

Though a very difficult decision to have reached, we do feel that it is in the best interests of our volunteers and cadets and indeed the nation. The charity itself and the support for you will not be winding down and there are plans in place looking at still being able to engage cadets in the Sea Cadet experience during this unavoidable break. 

With regards to future courses we will provide you with the updates as we receive them (please do not contact the booking centres or national courses directly as they will be extremely busy completing contingency planning and they will contact us once they have updates) 

Please feel free to contact the unit should you require any further information and we will do our best to update you as and when we have the information.

We wish all our volunteers, cadets and their family the best during this difficult time and will keep you up to date as to when we will be reopening

SLt (SCC) J Tilley RNR
Officer In Charge

St Mary’s, Haddenham

St Mary’s, Haddenham

St Mary's Haddenham was the chosen venue on Sunday 8th March 2020, for a civic service to mark the ending of the Aylesbury Vale District Council and the completion of Councillor Judy Brandis's role as its Chair.

We were requested to provide assistance to the service by meeting and seating the congregation, issuing the order of service and organising the collection.

Thank you to the cadets, parents and staff who managed to pull this out of the bag at such short notice.

The organisers expressed their sincere gratitude and many comments were made about your politeness and how smart you were. Well done!

It is also worth a mention that the proudest piece of feedback we received was about the amount of food a cadet can get on a paper plate... you did the unit proud! #GoHardOrGoHome

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