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Hornchurch and Upminster sea cadets pick up Jack Petchey awards for outstanding hard work

PUBLISHED: 18:00 30 April 2018

Frankie, Paul and Emily of the Upminster Sea Cadets received Jack Petchey awards from Commander James Nisbet VR RNR at a special achievement ceremony in Kensington on Sunday, April 29. Photo: Sandra Rowse.

Frankie, Paul and Emily of the Upminster Sea Cadets received Jack Petchey awards from Commander James Nisbet VR RNR at a special achievement ceremony in Kensington on Sunday, April 29. Photo: Sandra Rowse.

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Three members of the Hornchurch & Upminster Sea Cadets were delighted to receive Jack Petchey awards this weekend.

Frankie, Paul and Emily of the Horchurch & Upminster Sea Cadets’s T.S Hurricane unit received Jack Petchey awards from Commander James Nisbet VR RNR at a special achievement ceremony in Kensington on Sunday, April 29.

All three were recognised for their outstanding achievement as sea cadets, in particular as recognition for their hard work and dedication, their great personality and their willingness to inspire and motivate others.

They were also feted for going out of their way to make new cadets feel welcome and always being the first to volunteer.

If any one wishes to find out more about joining the Hornchurch & Upminster Sea Cadets they can find out more by contacting the unit on 01708 555 184.

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