Row-a-thon for TS Royalist

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Worksop Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets took to the water last weekend to raise money for a new ship.

The cadets and staff took part in a sponsored row-a-thon, which saw them row as many lengths of Welbeck Lake as possible as part of a national fundraising campaign.

Worksop Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets from TS Bentinck who took part in a row-a-thon up and down Welbeck Lake, as part of a national fund raising campaign to build a new ship to replace the charity's iconic flagship, TS Royalist now over 40 years old''20 April  2013'Image � Paul David Drabble

Worksop Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets from TS Bentinck who took part in a row-a-thon up and down Welbeck Lake, as part of a national fund raising campaign to build a new ship to replace the charity's iconic flagship, TS Royalist now over 40 years old''20 April 2013'Image � Paul David Drabble

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