Plymouth Manadon Sea Cadet Unit
New Unit Management Committee at the Helm of Plymouth Sea Cadet Unit ‘TS Manadon’. Members of Royal Naval Association Plymouth Branch were concerned that due to the resignation of the Chairman the well established Unit would have to close down and deprive the 73 Cadets of vital life skills training. In response to an SOS, Branch Secretary Arthur Gutteridge states that five members volunteered to take on the important Unit Management roles of Chairman, Treasurer, Vice Chairman and Committee supported by new Secretary Nikos Lemanis. Chairman Arthur speaking to the Cadets and their families at a recent meeting, informed them that the new team had a diverse range of administrative skills enhanced by service in the Royal Navy, future plans included the creation of a Parent Social scene to ensure that they too were also part of the new horizon within the Unit.