Cambridge MP, Daniel Zeichner, will tonight attend the prize giving ceremony for the Cambridge Sea and Royal Marines Cadet Unit where he will award the 'Cadet Development Points Award' to the young cadet that has achieved the most qualifying activity this year.
Tonight's prize giving ceremony is an important event where cadets and staff are called up to the main stage to receive prizes, qualifications and awards that have been earnt over the year.
Cambridge Sea and Royal Marines Cadet Unit supports adventure and development for 10-18 year olds, teaching them valuable life skills as well as recognising qualifications within a naval support. According to Cambridge Sea and Royal Marines cadets, being a Cadet means aspiring to a set of values that will enable young people to challenge themselves for the best possible head-start in life. These values being commitment, honesty and integrity, loyalty, respect and self-discipline.
Daniel Zeichner said, "I am delighted to be attending the prize giving ceremony tonight to be able to meet and congratulate the cadets for their achievements over the past year. I am looking forward to hearing the great successes and learning more about how Sea Cadets is having a positive impact on their lives."
The Cambridge Sea and Royal Marines Cadets works in partnership with the Royal Navy and receives corporate support from commercial shipping companies and the Maritime sector. Their purpose is to celebrate Britain's maritime heritage and contribute to its future development by supporting young people at Sea Cadets.