BARNSTAPLE SEA CADETS - TRUSTEES NEEDED!
An opportunity to serve as a Trustee of a Registered Charity by becoming a member of the Unit Management Committee of Barnstaple Sea Cadets (TS VALIANT)
This local Sea Cadet Unit is well founded,currently with 28 Cadets between the ages of 11 and 16. It owns its HQ building at Rolle Quay which is in a good state of repair and conveniently close to a slipway leading to the estuary. The Unit has a good fleet of modern sailing, pulling an...d power boats which the uniformed staff and civilian instructors use to deliver boatwork and other training to the cadets. The Unit is financially solvent and enjoys excellent relationships with local Grant Making Trusts and organisations.
The Unit Management Committee meets for about 2 hours most months to receive reports from the OIC and Treasurer and to support the Unit OIC by establishing strategic priorities and considering requests for funding of forthcoming activities for the Cadets. Outside these meetings there is occasionally some work to prepare correspondence, or liaise with other organisations, as well as opportunities to represent the Unit at fundraising or awareness raising public events. There will be a need to attend some funded initial training courses and to undertake the DBS checking procedure.
Barnstaple Sea Cadet Unit has been awarded the highest grade ("Burgee standard") of pass on the last five occasions of its annual inspection. It was recently described by the Inspecting Officer as "one of the best Sea Cadet Units in the Southwest"
If you're interested, please contact Mrs Lesley Brown - email firstname.lastname@example.org - to arrange a visit to the unit and meet some of the existing team.
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