25 June, 2009


Youth and Cadets

Sea Cadet CrestSea Cadet Corps
The Sea Cadets is a nationwide voluntary youth organisation, open to young people aged 12 to 18 and with Junior Sections open to those of 10 to 12 years of age, run by enthusiastic adult volunteers.

If you're out to enjoy life as much as possible, this is the place for you! Fun, friendship, adventure and learning new skills is what we're about - based on waterborne activities, but with lots of other exciting things to learn and do on land as well. Have a look and see what you could be getting involved in.

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CCF CrestCombined Cadet Force (Royal Navy)
The CCF (RN) is a MOD sponsored youth organisation with 4000 cadets in 120 sections in schools across the UK.

The aim of the CCF is to: "provide a disciplined organisation in a school so that pupils may develop powers of leadership by means of training to promote the qualities of responsibility, self reliance, resourcefulness, endurance and perseverance."

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Combined Cadet Force (Royal Marines)
The Aim of the CCF (RM): "The aim of training in the CCF (RM) is to develop the cadet's power of leadership. This is achieved through training to promote the qualities of responsibility, self-reliance, resourcefulness and a sense of service to the community. In addition it is intended to give cadets background knowledge of the way of life in the Services".

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Sea ScoutsRoyal Navy Recognised Sea Scouts
The Royal Navy Recognised Sea Scout Groups website is sponsored by Director Royal Naval Reserves (DNRes) to act as a focal point for the 101 RN Recognised Sea Scout Groups.

The Scheme recognises groups from all over the UK as far North as Inverness to Guernsey in the South and Falmouth in the West to Oulton Broad in the East. Our farthest flung Group is Gibraltar. Links to individual group websites are also listed.

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Volunteer Cadet Corps - Portsmouth Area

The VCC was first formed in 1904. Throughout the following years there have been several VCC units formed within a parent establishment. By virtue of RN establishment closures, there now remain only four VCC units in the Portsmouth area, these VCC units are based in:


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rmvvc imageRoyal Marines Volunteer Cadet Corps Plymouth

For more information on the RMVVC Plymouth visit their new website.

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 teen sittingYoung People 16+... The Future
Maybe you are looking on to A levels, AS levels, Highers, Advanced Highers, NVQs, GCSEs or retakes - there are many learning choices open to you, or you may just want to look for a job or apprenticeship, join the Royal Navy or Royal Marines... or perhaps just chill. Don't be hurried. Take some time to look at all of your options (you won't be short of advice), and give yourself a good start to 'after school' life. 

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