THE leader of the Sea Cadets organisation has visited Huddersfield.
Commodore Laurie Brokenshire - the most senior officer in the Sea Cadet Corps - came to town yesterday to visit members of the Huddersfield Sea Cadet Corps.
The Commodore spoke to cadets at their base at Snow Island in Aspley.
He also met members of the unit's management committee.
Huddersfield Sea Cadet Corps vice-presidents Clr Jim Dodds, Clr Christine Smith and Clr Julie Stewart-Turner attended the event.
It was the Commodore's first visit to Huddersfield for over 10 years and Huddersfield Sea Cadet Corps chairman Reginald Horner said it was an honour.
He said: "As there are over 400 Sea Cadet units in the country, a visit from the Commodore is very rare."