Project information


Rebuild a brand new headquarters based on the bank of the River Wye to replace the existing building which was built in 1947

February 2011 - December 2011

Charity information: Hereford Sea Cadets

Hereford Sea Cadets
  • Need


    provide a purpose built premises with adequate space, room, heating and vandalism lack of security secuirty.


    With a new building we will be able to attract new cadets and other sponsors to use the premises - more usage means less vandalism

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    to provide excellent facilities for young people of Herefordshire for the next 70 years.


    » Usage of building for all SCC activies 2 nights per week plus weekend usage
    » Use by local community as a provision for community usage

    What success will look like

    Success will be... when young people can come to a premises with adequate heating and faciltiies that are currently lacking

  • Impact


    Contiunation of growth in numbers of young people joining Hereford SCC because there is adequate facilities


    Lack of funding - to complete all aspects required based on our planning of needs


    Through our web site and through invitation to unit events annually - as well as newsletter updates - invitation through our Bronze, Silver and Gold "Friends of Herefordshire Sea Cadet" Scheme

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £130,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £130,000 building building works

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    West Merica Police £5,000 Conditional
  • Background




    Hereford Sea Cadets and residents of St Nicholas Ward as well as other interested parties in using the new facility

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Hereford Sea Cadets have been in existence since 1937 and are a self funding charity. We have successfully managed to help young people develop in postive adults in the community. We need to ensure that this facility is not lost to the future young people of Herefordshire through lack premises.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Mr Christ Filbrandt

    Unit Chairman - Chris has been an advocate of this project and has been a supporter of Hereford SCC for many years -

    Mrs LIz Moraweicki

    Liz is the Unit Treasurer and has worked tirelessly on our behalf raising the funds

    Mrs Julie Green

    Julie is the Unit Secretary and has also worked tirelessly on our behalf raising the funds


will pay for a cadet 2 nights a wk 50 for the year

We need to rebuild this unit to enable cadets to have the facilities they deserve

S/Lt (SCC) SE Taylor RNR Unit Commanding Officer