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Volunteer Service Recognition Awards 2020

30 November 2020

Congratulations to the following who have received Volunteer Service Recognition Awards at the North West Area 2020 Conference:

Mr Jamie Williams (UMT) - 6 Years (Non-Uniform)

CI Gerald Campion - 12 Years

Thank you for your continued commitment to the Sea Cadets 👏

North West Area Conference 2020

North West Area Conference 2020

PO (SCC) Luke Simpson delivered a presentation at the North West Area Conference 2020, highlighting the achievements of TS Scimitar during the pandemic. A positive reflection of all the hard work the Unit has completed during such a difficult time #VirtualTraining #Pandemic #NWA2020

Promotion to Leading Cadet

Promotion to Leading Cadet

Tonight we celebrated a special achievement 🎉

AC Lauren has completed a virtual Leading Cadet Advancement Board and passed 👏

Our OIC, CPO (SCC) J Dillon presented her with a certificate and badges of Leading Cadet this evening ⚓

#LeadingCadet #LeadingbyExample

Letters from Santa - Christmas 2020

21 November 2020

To all the good folks of St Helens,

I usually visit the Mill Street Barracks grotto each year, however, with the current situation we face in the world, I will not be able to make it this year.

Despite this, I still aim to see all those on my nice list. The St Helens Sea Cadets are helping me reach you by Zoom video calls for a £2.50 donation. 

I will also be writing letters to the children for a £2.80 donation to help support the Cadets and the local community, Last day to order will be December 12th.

Please contact one of my helpful elves at or Mill Street Barracks Facebook page for more information.

Best Wishes, 

Santa Claus.

We will remember them!

We will remember them!

Our Officer-In-Command, CPO(SCC) James Dillon laid a wreath at the St Helens Town Centre Cenotaph to pay our respects to those that we will always remember. It is unfortunate we have not been able to parade this year due to the ongoing pandemic. However one way or another, St Helens Sea Cadets will always remember 🙏 #RemembranceSunday2020

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