Get water savvy with Sea Cadets
The school holidays are now well under way, and Sea Cadets – a national youth charity with 400 units across the UK – is urging people to stay safe as it launches its Water Savvy campaign.
More than 300 people drowned in the UK last year, and more suffered life-changing injuries through neardrowning.
But many of these tragic incidents could be avoided through good knowledge of water safety.
Sea Cadets’ Water Savvy campaign highlights the importance of staying safe in, on and around the water, and making others aware of the dangers.
We offer water-based adventure to 14,000 young people aged 10 to 18 across the country who – along with our 9,000 volunteers – undergo specialist water-safety training.
But we want to spread the