MERSEYSIDE Adventure Sailing Trust (MAST), a Liverpool-based charity, was today (02 June 2019) honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award which a voluntary group can receive in the UK. MAST enables young people, many from disadvantaged
INEOS has arguably cornered the market when it comes to offering its graduates the experience of a lifetime on land. So it was only a matter of time before it looked for an equally exciting adventure to show them what
Mersey Maritime, the organisation set up to help push business growth in Merseyside’s maritime sector, hosted their 2018 Industry Awards on March 8th, with Merseyside Adventure Sailing Trust receiving the Positive Impact Award. To quote Mersey Maritime, “this award [is]
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Merseyside Adventure Sailing Trust is now attracting sponsorship from top businesses in recognition and support of their work to help young people’s development of life skills. MAST Chairman Jim Graves recently attended a special event at the Santander branch in
Merseyside Adventure Sailing Trust is now attracting sponsorship from top businesses in recognition and support of their work to help young people’s development of life skills. On Thursday 23rd November MAST gratefully received a generous donation of £1,737 from international
We’ll upload our images of the 2017 event here as they become available…
50 Years of Sail Training on Merseyside 26-27th November 2016 4th Floor – Merseyside Maritime Museum MAST will hold a 2 day event recognising how Sail Training has helped people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to develop the life skills through
Saturday 25th June 2016 Apprenticeship Cup Awards Apprentices, sponsors and the MAST Apprenticeship Cup team arrived for a fantastic dinner and awards ceremony at Merseyside Maritime Museum hosted by Dave Guest of BBC North West.
some images of the Apprentice Ship Cup 2015 by kevinlaitak