TS Hastings win the Burgee for 2012


The Cadets and Adult Volunteers of TS Hastings Sea Cadets are continuing to fly the flag high for Hastings and have again won the Burgee for 2012, presented at their first Sea Sunday Parade with Unit President Commodore John Kingwell Royal Navy – Head of Navy Resource and  Plans.

The Burgee is the highest award that can be awarded to a Sea Cadet Corps Unit in recognition of the hardwork of the Volunteers and Cadets.

The Cadets and Adult Volunteers of TS Hastings with Unit President Commodore John Kingwell Royal Navy

With over 60 Children from Hastings, St Leonards, Bexhill and Battle – Hastings Sea Cadets and Royal Marine Cadets are proving to continue to be one of the Flagship Units in Southern Area Region, a Unit which delivers at the highest level . New Cadets are always most welcome along and our Royal Marine Cadet Detachment is now open to female cadets.

Sea Cadets are for youth aged 10-18 years. The aim of the Sea Cadet Corps (SCC) is to help young people towards responsible adulthood and to encourage them to reach their potential by developing valuable personal attributes and high standards of conduct, using a nautical theme based on the customs and traditions of the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines.

Further details and information can be found at http://www.sea-cadets.org/hastings/home.aspx
Please feel welcome to come down and meet us during parade times Tuesday and Friday evenings 1900-2100

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