Honour for Apple-Jane as she is chosen as Mayor's Cadet
Sixth Form Sport student Apple-Jane Hayward has been selected as the official Mayor’s Cadet to accompany the Mayor of Brentwood on civic engagements.
Apple-Jane, who is in the first year of studying the BTEC Extended Diploma in Sport at our Wingletye Lane site, is the first ever Mayor’s Cadet to be selected.
As part of her role she attends many events with the Mayor of Brentwood Councillor Keith Parker, meeting and greeting people from local charities and organisations.
An avid water-sports enthusiast, the 16-year-old has been a member of the Brentwood Sea Cadets for four years, is a volunteer Explorer Scout and was Havering College’s 14-16 Student of the Year when she studied Catering at Quarles campus last year.
Apple-Jane, right, is also TS St. Vincent's Leading Sea Cadet, is a British Canoeing Paddlesport Instructor and a Royal Yachting Association Stage 4 Advanced Sailor.
Along with her brother Miles, below, who is studying Level 2 BTEC Engineering at our Quarles campus and is also a Brentwood Sea Cadet, Apple-Jane was awarded the prestigious Master Coxswain earlier this year.
This is the highest award in the Sea Cadets for waterborne activities and is rarely achieved. Miles at 14, was the youngest Sea Cadet to ever be presented with this award.
The Brentwood Sea Cadets meet twice a week at the Unit, TS St. Vincent, in King Edward Road, near Brentwood Rail Station, at 7.15pm.
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