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The Wensum Trust and Wells Sea Cadets Launch New Partnership

The Wensum Trust and Wells Sea Cadets Launch New Partnership

The Wensum Trust and Wells Sea Cadets are delighted to announce a new partnership that will allow the Sea Cadets to base their operations at Alderman Peel High School and increase the opportunities for students across the Trust, to take part in water based activities.

Noel Wheatley MBE, of Wells Sea Cadets commented; “We are looking forward to working with The Wensum Trust and Alderman Peel High School as part of the Cadet Expansion Programme. Having a permanent base in Wells-next-the-Sea will enable us to improve on what has already been an exceptional start and continue to deliver the Sea Cadet Experience to young people from the local area, as well offering activities and opportunities to students across the Trust.”

Wells Sea Cadets have been active in the local community for over year and are already providing a range of activities for local children, many of which are students at Alderman Peel High School and its feeder schools.

Alastair Ogle, Principal of Alderman Peel High School said; “The partnership demonstrates clearly the place of Alderman Peel High School and the Sea Cadets as part of our community and we are all confident that by working together, we can extend the opportunities for qualifications and experiences for young people and volunteering adults”.

John Smith, Chair of Trustees at The Wensum Trust added; “This partnership will extend the Sea Cadet offering across The Wensum Trust, allowing more students to access qualifications in first aid, sailing and powerboating to name but a few. This supports the Trust’s vision of being able to offer every member of our community, opportunities to develop as high achieving, confident, healthy, caring and fulfilled members of society.

For further details on the Sea Cadets and how to join, please visit: email: or call: 07889 136430.

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