Awards for Weston-super-Mare’s sea cadets

PUBLISHED: 11:00 06 March 2018

Weston Sea Cadets with their awards.

Weston Sea Cadets with their awards.

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Weston-super-Mare’s mayor and mayoress presented young sea cadets with awards and opened two classrooms at their training facility.

Mayor Jos Holder and Mayoress Roz Willis attended the cadets’ headquarters, in Sunnyside Road, to congratulate them on their successes during 2017.

Two classrooms have been installed to help run cadet training programmes, while youngsters also received compasses to help with their practise.

MORE: Competition wins for young sea cadets.

Cadet Ethan was awarded best male junior and cadet Grace was named best female junior.

Lance Corporal Harry received the best guard award, while first class officer Liam was named best marines cadet.

Sea cadet spokesman Davinia Tippett said: “It was a huge honour to have the mayor and mayoress here and give our youngsters some words of wisdom.

“Our new classrooms will enable us to make 2018 a great year for the cadets.”

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