Lochaber Sea Cadets looking for recruits

Lochaber Sea Cadets held its inspection earlier this year. IF F11 Sea Cadets 01. Photo: Iain Ferguson, the Write Image.

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The Lochaber Sea Cadet unit seeking volunteers and cadets.

The group are looking for enthusiastic people to join their team, based in Fort William, which aims to give young people the best possible head start in life through nautical adventure and fun.

As an instructional volunteer at Lochaber Sea Cadets there are many opportunities for your own personal development while passing on your knowledge and life experience to young people aged 10 to 18.

The unit would welcome volunteers from a military, teaching or professional background, however if you have a good level of enthusiasm, a passion for development, and an understanding of working with young people from all backgrounds in life, the team would love to hear from you.

If you have skills in leadership, business or administration and would like to oversee Lochaber Unit’s operation, why not join the unit’s management team? You can help manage the finances and budgets, help fundraise for the unit, organise events, write press releases for local media or build corporate relationships with local businesses.

Lochaber cadets are also looking for young people, aged 10-18, to join their vibrant unit.

As a nautical charity, the sea cadets’ vision is to provide the best possible head start in life through nautical adventure and fun, and fun is at the forefront of what they do. Sea cadets gives young people a new perspective, broadens horizons and creates possibilities.

If you are interested in volunteering or in becoming a cadet and would like more information, then please contact Kelly Giblin (sea cadet development worker) on kgiblin@ms-sc.org or call on 07807 274637.

You can find out more about Lochaber Sea Cadets on Facebook page.