Thank you to our Volunteers!

Thank you to our Volunteers!

As part of Volunteers Week, we are celebrating all the hard work that our volunteers undertake to make the cadet experience a reality. Thank you!

Boating is Back!

Boating is Back!

From the 3rd May we will be returning to Crosby as a unit to take part in boating activities.

The time slot the unit has been allocated is 1830 - 2045, as such we ask that all cadets arrive at Crosby for 1815. This will enable sessions to start at 1830 prompt and help to maximise time afloat.

As we understand at the moment the 3rd is an induction session, this is to give all staff and cadets a walk around and talk through of any changes Crosby have made and to show everyone where everything is.

Afloat training will begin the following Monday 10th May.

Please email to secure your place as soon as possible!

We look forward to seeing everybody again soon!

We are reopening!

We are reopening!

We are delighted to announce that we will reopen the unit on Thursday 6th May 2021.

You will shortly be receiving a letter from us via email highlighting some key changes and other information, please take the time to read this letter and contact us if you have any questions or require any additional information.

On behalf of the unit we look forward to seeing all our cadets shortly.



Congratulations to Sub Lieutenant (SCC) James Dillon RNR from St Helens Unit who has successfully completed the National Officer Development Programme this weekend.

We look forward to seeing you in your new uniform once we return to face to face training. Congratulations.

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 👏

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