Wallasey Sea Cadets - UK
Equipment for continued health and safety
Cadets go to sea, learn to sail and do adventure training, all on a nautical theme, plus get extra skills to give you a head start in life.
Years: 2013, 2014
The ALMT are supporting Wallasey Sea Cadets in the purchase of vital equipment for their club house. By offering fun activities four nights per week and at weekends, Wallasey Sea Cadets is able to educate the cadets into becoming better citizens by tackling the problems of anti-social behaviour, street disorder, and addressing the problems of bullying, drug and alcohol abuse in young people. Wallasey contains two of the most socially deprived wards in Britain.
'The cadets are a thriving unit, entirely run by volunteers and catering for over 80 youngsters each week. As the borough's Mayor and a local councillor, I believe the unit is providing a very valuable service to the local community which includes some of the Wirral's deprived areas with considerable social needs.'
Mayor or Wirral