Posted: 3rd April 2018
“The Leading Lights project was triumphantly launched on Tuesday 27th of March just a few feet away from the Ormiston Trust offices. Where better to launch a sailing project than on a historic warship? The HQS Wellington is the last surviving member of the Grimsby Class of sloops which served the nation with much distinction in World War Two. It’s magnificent setting provided a fitting back-drop to share and celebrate the upcoming Leading Lights Project. On board the guests enjoyed refreshments, speeches and a saxophone band made up of talented students from City of Norwich School.
The speeches included presentations from Charlotte Wright at the Ormiston Trust, Steve MacLeod, an Ormiston Trust Trustee, Les Chapman of the Honourable Company of Master Mariners and Trinity House, Nick Hudson, CEO of Ormiston Academies Trust, Lucy Gross from the Association of Sail Training Organisations and Holly Vint, a Sailing Support Officer from the Ocean Youth Trust South.”
Continue reading: http://www.ormistontrust.org/news/leading-lights-launch-triumph/