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Knotty problems for King's Lynn Sea Cadets


By Chris Hornby


Some of the skills of Lynn’s Sea Cadets were on display at their open evening held in February, 1989.

Pictured are some of the girl Sea Cadets giving a demonstration of knot tying with Chief Petty Officer Victor Dixon and Petty Officer Margaret Gamble.

Archive Picture from the Files of the Lynn News for the Monthly Lookback Feature..King's Lynn Sea Cadets give knot-tying demonstration
Archive Picture from the Files of the Lynn News for the Monthly Lookback Feature..King's Lynn Sea Cadets give knot-tying demonstration

The open evening was aimed at recruiting more youngsters with a taste for a bit of excitement to join the 24-strong unit, which met on Monday evenings at the headquarters, Training Ship Royalist, on the South Quay.

Photo: MLNF-89817



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