Sea Cadet’s end the year on a high with award

Sea Cadet’s end the year on a high with award

Cadets and volunteers at Whitehaven Sea Cadet unit were celebrating this week when they received news that that they had been granted the highest possible award during their annual inspection process for the third year running.

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To recognise this, they were presented with a fish tailed flag called a burgee to be displayed within the unit.

The annual unit review looks at every aspect of unit performance and measures the quality of training and wider engagements to make sure the cadets are given the best possible experience.

P.O. (SCC) Stuart McCourt, Commanding Officer at Whitehaven Sea Cadets said “The cadets and volunteers have shown an enormous amount of resilience and determination this year, especially with all the extra challenges we had to overcome with COVID restrictions. I am delighted that this been recognised with such a prestigious award. 

I would like to say a huge thank you and well done to everyone who has played their part in achieving this, it is something we should all take real pride in.”

Further Information

For further information, either specific to this story or about Whitehaven Sea Cadets in general, please contact Stuart McCourt (07734867188) or email CO@tsbee.org.uk.

Whitehaven SCC is a registered charity and receives no direct funding. We rely entirely on public donations and our own fundraising efforts to support our work.

Our general email address for public enquiries is mail@tsbee.org.uk and we can also be found on Facebook (@WhitehavenSCC).

If you would like to join the Sea Cadets then contact Stuart McCourt (07734867188) or email CO@tsbee.org.uk.

If you are local business owner and would like to support- sponsor or donate then please contact Stuart McCourt (07734867188) or email CO@tsbee.org.uk.

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