Tewkesbury Sea Cadets use many different locations to ensure the best possible experiences through adventure that they can. This means sometimes travelling to locations near and far to learn how to sail dinghys, drive powerboats or even perform damage control in a warship simulator. Listed here are details of some of the more common facilities that we use.
Tewkesbury Sea Cadets have their own premisis with purpose built facilities to enable a first class Sea Cadet experience.
Postcode GL20 5NP
Tewkesbury Sea Cadets are very grateful to the Tewkesbury Cruising and Sailing Club for allowing us to use their facilities by the river. These facilities enable sailing, kayaking and sliding seat rowing from their premisis.
Postcode GL20 5FY
Tewkesbury Sea Cadets are very grateful to the Tewkesbury Marina for allowing us to use their moorings. We use the marina as a base for power boating and fixed seat rowing where our boats are securely stored.
Postcode GL20 5BY
When we talk about Tiddesley Woods, we normally mean the Cadet Training Center found in Tiddesley Woods near Pershore, Worcestershire. It is joint Cadet Forces facility where District training weekends can take place.
Postcode WR8 9AX
We sometimes go to Malvern Sea Cadet unit for training at the weekends as they sometimes run a MACT weekend.
Postcode WR14 1BJ
Boating at South West Area is done at Weymouth along with other training. They have a purpose build facility with classrooms and many different types waterbourne and land equipment. A great place to have an adventure.
Postcode DT4 8TZ
HMS Raleigh is the largest Royal Navy training establishment in the South West. The Sea Cadets are priviliged to be able to use this Royal Navy shore based training facility to carry out courses and competitions.The national and area Drill and Piping competition is usually held there as well as the Sea Cadet Naval Acquaint course, judged by our cadets to be the best course available.
Postcode PL11 2PD