Sea Cadets enjoy a fun autumn of fundraising

The Co-op Mintlaw generously donated food and decorations for the Sea Cadets' Halloween party held at the unit recently.
The Co-op Mintlaw generously donated food and decorations for the Sea Cadets' Halloween party held at the unit recently.

Fraserburgh Sea Cadets have had a hectic few months of fund-raising, which 
culminated in two donations being made to the cadets last week.

The Sea Cadets received two donations recently, from the new Co-op in Mintlaw and the Soloman Hall in Fraserburgh.

The Co-op Mintlaw generously donated food and decorations for the Sea Cadets’ spooky Halloween party which was held at the unit.

The Soloman Hall, Fraserburgh, made a donation of £150 to sponsor one of the Unit’s Sea Kayaks, which was refurbished recently.

Should anyone else like to sponsor a kayak for £150, where your company logo will be displayed on the kayaks, please contact the Fraserburgh Sea Cadets directly.

The Sea Cadets’ Commanding Officer Craig Trail also said a special thank you to Fraserburgh Freezing for their continued support to the cadets for hosting their sponsored carwash last month.

Commenting, Craig Trail said: “It has been a great year for the Sea Cadets in Fraserburgh with all the support we have received.

“Sea Cadet units are independent charities and receive no financial assistance from the Royal Navy. Every penny donated locally stays locally and it really does make the difference.

“We are recruiting now those aged 10-13 to start. To find out more information contact us on www.sea-cadets.org/Fraserburgh, on Facebook, call 01346 512485 or pop in to the unit on the balaclava quay any Tuesday or Thursday evening between 6.45pm to 9.15pm.”