Norfolk sea cadets march for Trafalgar Day
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Sea Cadets from across the county marched through Norwich to celebrate Trafalgar Day.
Around 240 cadets took part, watched by proud relatives, former cadets and other onlookers.
Lieutenant Mark Janner-Burgess, district officer for Suffolk and Norfolk, said: 'The march went very well. Our cadets were looking smart and they have done a lot of preparation over the last four weeks.'
The cadets marched from Norwich Cathedral to St Peter Mancroft Church for inspection.
'The inspection was a success and it was fantastic how it all came together. I could tell that the Captain was really proud and happy with the cadets,' Lieutenant Janner-Burgess added.
Trafalgar Day is the celebration of the victory won by the Royal Navy, commanded by Norfolk's Admiral Nelson, over the French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805.
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