Wisbech Sea Cadets announce new commanding officer

11:40 18 June 2014

Sub Lieutenant John Ashworth, the former commanding officer of the Peterborough Unit, is welcomed to the role by Martin Eggett, chairman of the Wisbech Sea Cadets Unit Management Committee.

Sub Lieutenant John Ashworth, the former commanding officer of the Peterborough Unit, is welcomed to the role by Martin Eggett, chairman of the Wisbech Sea Cadets Unit Management Committee.

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Wisbech Sea Cadets have appointed a new commanding officer.

Sub Lieutenant John Ashworth, the former commanding officer of the Peterborough Unit, was welcomed to the role by Martin Eggett, chairman of the Wisbech Sea Cadets Unit Management Committee.

Mr Ashworth, who is head of Maths at Sir Harry Smith Community College in Whittlesey, is also the national and area staff officer for Communication Information Systems.

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