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Wednesday, 27 April 2011

"The Jersey Sea Cadets - Is It Safe For Children Now?"

Jersey sea cadets may get new home at St Helier harbour

Fort Regent 

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Jersey's sea cadets could have a permanent home near the St Helier harbour.
There are proposals for a new building on the Old South Pier to replace the current headquarters at Fort Regent.
Deputy Ian Gorst said the sea cadets headquarters at the Fort were in need of renovation.
But he said any work on the current building would be a waste of money, as they would need to move for any development at the site.
Deputy Gorst wants to protect a site at the Old South Pier near St Helier Harbour.
He said it has already been considered as a site for the organisation which teaches youngsters about the sea.
He is asking the States to allocate the area for community use, to include development of a headquarters for the sea cadets.

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5 comments:

  1. Andre Bonjour NUFF SAID.

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  2. "But he said any work on the current building would be a waste of money, as they would need to move for any development at the site"

    Considering the questions put to the public a couple of years ago about what they would like to see up Fort Regent and the complete and utter lack of any further inroads on that I would suggest they may as well do up their current premises. Its unlikely any change will happen in the next twenty years or so.

    Unless he has some inside info regarding any development of the site. I wonder if it is a foregone conclusion as to what will be developed hence his need to move the sea cadets to another building, hmmmm makes me think all ideas have been put to one side pending a decent developer buy out!!

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  3. Not knocking the swimming pool down, now this, it does seem a little iffy?

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  4. Andre Bonjour will tip off the sea cadet leaders with anything they are not expecting.

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  5. Andre Bonjour - Comment one by Anonymous.

    I concur.

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