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We believe in young people and help them launch well in today's complex and overwhelming world, whatever they want to do when they leave school.
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Sea Cadets Feb 21
Join a youth group where you can: Steer a yacht, travel all over the UK, build your confidence on week long voyages at sea, find your voice, learn a new sport, gain real qualifications and even take part in environmental activism… SIGN UP:
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Sea Cadets Feb 20
It was believed if a cat was thrown, or even fell overboard, the four-legged creature would be revenged by the rapid approach of a terrible storm and nine years of bad luck for the ship and the crew.
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Sea Cadets Feb 20
In the past, a ship needed a cat like the waves need the sea… Throwback to ’s HMS Hermione’s Ship's Cat called Convoy. 😻 Tweet us your inland Ship's cats and Sea Dogs for 🐱🐶
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Sea Cadets Feb 12
Replying to @tsgurkha @CVQOL1 @CVQO
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Sea Cadets Feb 12
BTEC's in the bag! Well done all🙌
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Sea Cadets Feb 11
Enter our Giveaway📣 To be in with a chance to win Apple AirPods or a GoPro! Are you great at a sport, or making people laugh out loud?🤣 Whatever your hobby or skill may be, create a 15 second video tagging showing us to enter 🤳 Find out more 👇
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UN Women Feb 10
Happy Day! 👩‍🔬👩‍🚀 Let’s smash stereotypes, defy gender bias and defeat discrimination that holds women and girls back in Science, Tech, Engineering and Math.
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Sea Cadets Feb 10
Cadets are joining when it ports for its first visit to We’re so excited to join the celebrations as cadets from the local area will compete in the ROW 3,000 challenge aboard HMS Prince of Wales⚓️ registration closes Friday
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Sea Cadets Feb 8
Hands up 🖐️ Did you have the at 10 years old to talk in front of a class? Junior Sea Cadets are given the chance to try new things and build courage. Like climbing really reaaally high🧗 📣Comment highlights that shaped you
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Sea Cadets Feb 7
is for your First Sea Lord Cadets of 2020! These inspiring under 17s have been given the highest honour in the Sea Cadets 🎉 Their exciting year ahead will involve representing Sea Cadets at national events and gaining insight into the higher levels of the 👀
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Sea Cadets Feb 7
Wow! Amy and Ella have picked up an enormous 69,000 bits of plastic from streets and beaches! ♻️
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Sea Cadets Feb 5
Replying to @bea_rmc
Royal Marine Cadets are Sea Cadets and we show all sides of the Sea Cadet experience. ⛵️🏕️
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Sea Cadets Feb 5
FIRST LOOK at the virtual tracker for the ROW 3,000 which will show teams miles LIVE on the 29 Feb - 1 Mar There’s not long left to register for the ROW 3,000 and take part in Sea Cadets biggest virtual sports event of the year!🚣‍♂️🚣‍♀️ Sign up👉
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Sea Cadets Feb 4
15,000 young people in the UK earned 63,595 qualifications between them in one year. Where could Sea Cadets take you? 👉
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Sea Cadets Feb 3
Replying to @BohuntSchool
Amazing, well done Sam!
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Sea Cadets Feb 3
saw breathtaking ocean life on their crossing, but also a lot of plastic. They're urging us all to take responsibility and we couldn't agree more. Check out to see how Sea Cadets are conscious cleaning up
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Sea Cadets Jan 28
Well done Farnham Sea Cadets girls football team working their socks off for team Surrey, and placed! BZ
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Sea Cadets Jan 24
The moment Mark DOUBLED his miles in the challenge to 54 miles in 19 days 🎉 When Mark isn’t volunteering for Sea Cadets he works long shifts as an Ambulance Controller, he’s lost 1 and a half stone so far 💪 Read his story 👉
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Sea Cadets Jan 23
Replying to @hmsoardacious
Oars in!!
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Sea Cadets Jan 22
Davinia is taking on the challenge by 1 mile every day! Davinia has Fibromyalgia and Rheumatoid Arthritis so says the challenge is pacing herself, she's motivated by feeling fitter and raising money for Sea Cadets! Show support👉
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