Sussex Sea Cadets recently held an Adult training weekend at Crowborough training camp.
The course was aimed at new civilian members of the Sea Cadets including management committees and new instructional staff.
We wish them every success as Adult Volunteers.
As a youngster the more you can gain at an early stage is a great springboard for the future!
Stewart Bryant from Hastings was a Royal Marine & Police Cadet in his earlier years.
Stewart is currently a Senior Environmental Health Officer and has recently volunteered with the Royal Marine Cadets.
He enjoys working and supervising young people seeing them achieve their goals and reaching their full potential.
Stewart gets a sense of fulfilment out of the Cadets and thoroughly enjoys delivering the Cadet experience.
If you are looking for adventure then the Cadets is for you!
Sarah Trundle from Rye was a Cadet in the Sea Cadets for six years. She has a passion for community groups and loves to see young people develop. Sarah is now an Adult Volunteer with the Royal Marine Cadets. She decided to make the transition to becoming an Adult Volunteer from a Cadet because she had been so impressed on the differences it had made in her life that she wanted to pass it back on to others.