Volunteers needed for new sea cadet unit in Brackley

Sea Cadets being inspected before being presented with the Canada Trophy at their headquarters in Nunn Mills Road. ENGNNL00120110622103342
Sea Cadets being inspected before being presented with the Canada Trophy at their headquarters in Nunn Mills Road. ENGNNL00120110622103342
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A new sea cadet unit that has opened in Brackley need volunteers to help run weekly sessions.

People who would like to volunteer are invited to attend an open evening on Thursday 19 March at 7.30pm at Brackley Town Hall. Volunteers must be aged 18 and above.

District Officer Christopher Read said: “we are extremely excited to be launching a new Sea Cadet Unit in Brackley and it is a great opportunity for local young people to try something new.

“Sea Cadets teaches valuable life skills and without the help of our brilliant volunteers we would not exist.”

“There really is something for everyone with roles ranging from admin to instructors, so we are encouraging as many people as possible to attend the open night and see what we do.”

Volunteers who already hold watersports coaching qualifications and those who would like the opportunity to learn, will also be able to coach Sailing, Rowing, Windsurfing, Stand-Up Paddleboarding and Powerboating as well as being able to go to sea for various fun and educational trips.

For more information on the new unit and about volunteering, please email info@nlseacadets.org.uk or phone 07776 177 509.