09 February 2021

Recruitment update

Due to the ongoing restrictions still in place the OIC and XO have decided to leave the waiting list place until further notice.  The XO is trying his best to keep everyone up to date as much as possible.
Following a short meeting we have decided that we will run a virtual open evening for those currently on the waiting list or those wishing to find out what the sea cadets can offer and have a chat with some of the staff and cadets of the unit.  More details will be published when they are made available.
If you would like to join our waiting list please either send and email to or fill in the online enquiry form that can be found on this page.

15 December 2020

Unit update 

The OIC would like to inform all members and supporters of T.S Queen Elizabeth, that after 4 very long years South Leicester Sea Cadets have been granted 24-hour access to the unit.  She would like to pass on her thanks to the Chairperson Mr Dylan Lee for his hard work communicating and liaising with the school for this outstanding achievement.

25 August 2020

COVID-19 Update

Due to the ongoing situation in the Leicestershire area, we are still unable to return to face-to-face training at this current moment.  The volunteer staff are currently working hard behind the scenes to ensure when we are permitted to return to the unit that it is done in a safe and COVID-19 secure environment for all involved.

05 April 2020

Suspension of recruitment of cadets

The OIC, PPO (SCC) Helen White and the Executive Officer, Cpl (SAF-OR) Darren Wilson-Kean RAVC have come to the hard decision to temporarily suspend the recruitment until such times that we fully understand restrictions we will have when we are allowed to return.  In the mean time we have decided to run a waiting list for those wishing to join.  For more information on this please email us on and one of the volunteer staff will reply to you when they are available.

17 March 2020

Suspension of face-to-face training 

Following the guidance issued from the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Captain Phill Russell RN, Captain Sea Cadets and his team at SCC HQ have made the difficult decision to suspend all face-to-face training until further notice.  More updates will be issued to cadets and parents when they are issued.

Main Deck

20 December 2020

Unit repairs are underway

We have officially been granted 24-hour access to the unit.  The XO, DC, and UTO started the mamouth task of sorting through all the stuff left behind by the school 

There is a lot of excess wood, metal and rubbish left on out main deck.  If any one would like to volunteer to help us clear through the mess please do get in touch.  We know we have a long way a head but it will be worth it in the end when we can welcome our cadets back through the door into an welcoming and safe enviroment where they can learn and build on there skills.

2020 Pennant

20 October 2020

Pennant Award

It is with great pleasure the OIC can announce to both the cadets and staff of TS Queen Elizabeth  that after this years inspection by the Area Officer Commander De La Mare RN we have been awarded with a pennant.

BZ all


09 February 2019

BTEC Qualification

We not only teach our cadets about the history and traditions of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.  They can also gain civilian recognised qualifications that will help them in adult life.  

Tonight the cadets aged 16 and older completed there Level 2 BTEC qualification.  The level 2 BTEQ is the equivelant to GCSE.  Cadets automatically gain the Level 1 BTEC when they reach the rank of ordinary cadet or cadet Lance Corporal.

Remembrance Parade

10 November 2019

Remembering the fallen

Every year the cadets and staff remember the fallen of war.  It is a chance for the cadets to parade through Wigston Town Centre dressed in there number 1 uniform in front of family, friends and local on lookers

The parade starts at 10:30 from outside the Sainsburys in Wigston finishing with at church service at Wigston Church

Christmas Capers

07 December 2019

Fundrasing at Chritmas Capers 

As we operate as an individual charity is it vital that we raise fund for the unit to ensure we can give the best experiance to the cadets. 

Every year we are invited by Wigston council to have a stall at Christmas Capers. The cadets that attend always have a fun day mixing with the everyone at the event.

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