The unit’s Commanding Officer, Sub Lieutenant (SCC) Jack Palmer RNR said: “We welcome all young people living in Norwich to pop in to the unit when we’re open and get stuck in some exciting activities like navigation, drill and orienteering.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity to get to know other young people in the area and you’ll make some great friends, learn new skills that will give you a great head start in life and will really boost your confidence.”
Norwich is part of national charity Sea Cadets, which gives young people a new perspective. We broaden horizons and create possibilities. Working across the UK with 14,000 young people between 10 and 1
If you love camping, navigating and obstacle courses and are aged between 13 and 18, join Norwich Royal Marines Cadets detachment at Sea Cadets for the time of your life.
Experience the great outdoors with no mod cons when you camp out with your map and compass, cook your super ration pack meal over a camp fire and then get your troop back to base. Whatever you choose, there is a world of exciting challenges at Norwich Royal Marines Cadets detachment.
8, 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.
Norwich Marine Cadets is part of Norwich Sea Cadets, one of the oldest surviving Sea Cadet groups in the country. It has supported thousands of young people in Norwich to learn nautical skills, with a number of cadets currently attending, supported by a group of fantastic volunteers. However, more are always welcome.
The unit is open Monday and Thursday evenings, and meets at Army Reserve Centre, Aylsham Road, NR3 2AB. Contact Sub Lieutenant (SCC) Jack Palmer RNR via firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can join.