Peterhead Sea Cadets are looking for new adult volunteers to get involved and make a positive difference to the lives of young people.
The unit, based at the Seagate, has lots of roles for adults wiling to make a difference to young people in the local area.
New volunteers will receive an induction and will be given training and support to make them feel comfortable in their role and the Sea Cadets are always there to provide on going help and support.
As part of the recruitment drive Peterhead Sea Cadets will be hosting an open evening at the units headquarters at the Seagate on Wednesday, March 8 from 7–9pm.
Sub Lieutenant (SCC) Marleen Mowatt RNR Officer in Charge of TS Caledonia said: “We are looking for adults keen to get involved to come along to our open evening at the unit where they can meet other volunteers and cadets, have a tour of the unit, and have a chat about volunteering with Peterhead Sea Cadets.
“Don’t be put off if you haven’t got any experience volunteering, all you need is basic knowledge and lots of enthusiasm.”
TS Caledonia is part of the national charity Sea Cadets, which gives young people a new perspective, broadening horizons and create possibilities.
Working across the UK with 14,000 young people between 10 and 18, Sea Cadets help them see the world with confidence, gained through the challenge of nautical adventure.
Visit: www.sea-cadets.org/peterhead to find out how you can join.