Sea Scouts learn traditional skills

The Gillingham Sea Scouts had a weekend at sea on Morning Star of Revelation, the gaff-rigged training vessel based at Chatham, at the end of May. The weekend was sponsored by the KSA as part of its remit to encourage young people to learn traditional sailing skills and they had, by all accounts, a wonderful couple of days. See their note below.
Next month the Faversham Sea Scouts are due to have another day on Greta, paid for by the KSA, where they too will get an insight into handling a Thames barge.
The KSA have been fortunate to have received terrific support from a wide range of people and organisations who have donated prizes for our Quiz Nights which have taken place at the Anchor pub for the last three years. We also have received generous donations towards the costs of the Swale Match form individuals and from sponsors and advertisers. Our thanks to them all.

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