Published: October 15, 2011
200 Somerset sea cadets to parade through Burnham-On-Sea

More than 200 youngsters from sea cadet units across Somerset and Dorset will be marching through Burnham-On-Sea to celebrate Trafalgar Day on Sunday (October 16th).

This annual parade is rotated around the units of the district each year, so only comes to Burnham once every eight years.

"The cadets and staff will be 'forming up' in the Morrisons car park in Pier Street at around 1.15pm to be inspected by Burnham's Mayor Cllr Michael Clarke and Sea Cadets’ District Officer, Lieutenant Commander Steve Coles, before marching along the seafront to St Andrews Church for a service at 2pm," Matt Harkness, from Burnham and Highbridge Sea Cadets, told

"Afterwards, they will march back to Morrisons, via the High Street, with a salute from the parade outside the Ritz."

Pictured: Burnham Petty Officer Cadets Corey Hayes, Matt Tutton and Emmit Wookey, who will be taking part in Sunday's parade


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