It does indeed look impressive but, regrettably is inaccurate in at least one detail - "The decision to change the name to Ceres Division came from the previous HMS Ceres Reserve Training Centre based in Wetherby. Closed in 1994 along with HMS Hallam and many other RNR Units this left Yorkshire without a Royal Navy presence."
The last HMS CERES was in Yeadon (North Leeds) near to Leeds Bradford Airport and not in Wetherby.
Wetherby was where the WW11 base (now the Young Offenders prison) was located.
The Yeadon base was a not very impressive wooden hut with 2 portacabins to the rear and, latterly, a 4 portacabin classroom set-up at the end of the car-park - though the 'prize' was the former ROC bunker complete with Ops Room and humming machinery that made the place feel distinclty more military.
When we closed down the hut went to the cadets (not sure if it was Sea Cadets or ATC) and the bunker was supposed to have been taken on by the police as a Crisis Response Cell for the airport but I was told later that someone had omitted to keep the power switched on and by the time anyone came to look at it nature (in the form of water) had taken a bit of a serious grip. I would love to know if this was a gen dit or whether the bunker is still alive and well - I have many happy memories of the old HMS CERES.