Enough trailers to start a museum as many are that old, everything from 1950s to 1990s. Only three have been claimd so far. Thus, if you have a trailer please come down over the next two weekends to claim them and mark them with paint and after that could help with the new clubhouse. In […]
Internally we have started to prepare benches removed from the old changing rooms ready for fitment into the new. Painters required. Awaited are decisions on the galley equipment and flooring for the club room area and then a big clean up will be required in preparation for laying the flooring before fitting the galley and […]
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all. I hope that 2017 has been enjoyable for everyone, and that everyone is excited for what the New Year has in store for us! This season for the juniors has ran great, with numerous juniors achieving Stages 2, 3 & 4 in the RYA Youth […]
Four of us sailed the annual Cold Turkey race in what was ideal winter sailing conditions. Mike Pritchard acted as OOD and two brave souls manned the safety boat on what was a cold day for just sitting in a boat. With a steady 4 to 5 from the west a good course was set […]
Sunday 17th December starting at 13:00 hrs a single one hour race using ASC handicaps. Come along in fancy dress (optional) and decorate your boat for this seasonal race. Following on there will be a finger buffet and drinks in the clubhouse.
Fred’s Funeral will be held on Thursday the 19th of October 2017. Following a private cremation, there will be a Service of Thanks Giving at St John’s Beeston Parish Church in the centre of Beeston, Nottingham at 15.00 hrs followed by a wake at the same venue.
Twenty-seven enthusiastic members met in the clubhouse to participate in an OOD training evening. The word training probably conjures up the idea of death by view foil followed by a test with pass and fail marks. Nothing could be further from the truth for this event.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of one of long time members, Fred Robinson. On Friday the 29th of September, Fred suddenly passed away, this was unexpected and as he had lived a full and varied life in his retirement and most recently was Race Officer at the end of July. […]
Sunday 24th September We had twenty boats take to the water yesterday for this years Kingfisher Cup and four Ladies competed in the Ladies Plate. The weather was bright, sunny and the wind quite consistent throughout the race.
The racing got away in warm sunshine and light winds with Iona Reid leading the fleet away in her Concept dinghy. She was followed by 14 others with Dennis and Jannis King being the fastest boat away this weekend with the lack of any Phantom sailors.