At last some frost and snow ensures the Frostbite series lives up to its name. Final races of series at 12:30 and 14:00hrs. Can Kev Last and Malcolm Davidson hold on to win the two series>
Malcolm Davidson leads Frostbite 2 with one race to go with Kevin Last leading Frostbite 1. Still all to play for though with one race to go. Apols for delay in results but been away for some winter sun.
11:00 a.m Boxing Day come and blow away those Christmas Day blues with a single one hour handicap to complete the year’s racing. No sailing at Attenborough then until March but please come along and join the working parties to help maintain the club resources in the down period. More to follow on this subject […]
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.
Second weekend of the Frostbite series saw two stunning wins for Nick and Ruth Marlow.
32 Members Attend a Lively AGM
Motions: 1: Passed 2: Passed 3: Rejected 4: Passed but with extra £5 fee for Veterans 5: rejected 6: proposal rejected and committee to revise for next AGM; agreed committee could suspend someone under rule 2.13 7: passed but renewal and joining form will ask whether member wants to be contacted for AGM by post […]
The 2017 prize winners are now known and can be found via links below. Prizes will be handed out at the Laying Up Supper on Friday 17th November. Well done to all those who and prize and for those who didn’t but competed throughout the year. Winners by event can be found here ASC 2017 […]
Despite best efforts of Storm Brian, Attenborough managed to run the final three races of the Autumn Cup. The back to back races in the series proved popular and hopefully can do more in 2018. Overall Results: 1st Mike Pritchard, Laser, 17.0pts 2nd Andrew Beaumont, Comet, 42.6pts 3rd Kevin Last, Supernova, 44.0pts 4th Ray Kemish, […]
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.
The last Youth Improvers Session for the juniors started with amazingly good wind, what some could say were the best weather conditions that the juniors had for the whole season! The regular juniors were joined by newbies from the course Matthew, Andrew and Aiden who all did extremely well considering the slightly blowy conditions; a […]