OFFERS of help have been made to rehome Huddersfield’s Sea Cadet unit.
The group, marooned without a permanent home after many years, have been searching for a new headquarters.
The long-established Cadet Corps, which trains youngsters aged 10 to 18, lost its headquarters at Snow Island, King’s Mill Lane, Aspley, in November 2006.
A new home for the cadets had been planned on the site as part of a student hostel or office block development.
But a series of planning wrangles meant the site has been left derelict.
An appeal last month brought in offers of help, with two church halls and an empty office building suggested as possible new homes.
Reg Horner, chairman of the unit’s management committee, said: “We have been offered the use of halls outside Huddersfield, but sadly no offer of premises in or near the town centre.
“All the staff and committee are busy scouring Huddersfield in the hope that something will turn up, as there are many empty premises.”