Weekly News 29/11
It was busy weekend here at the club with both days packed with events. We had a very successful Quiz night last Saturday. Special thanks to Sid Livingstone for hosting and organizing the event and the staff for providing a delicious mezze!
Ant Law Reports...
As there is not much sailing news to report, a wealth of historical news is available from some of the logs submitted for this year's prizegiving event. Reports of cruises to remember, or possibly forget, are available from Peter Hooper and Iain Simpson. Please click on the names to view.
We still need your help...
The Cadets are looking for a 4-6 horse power engine (suitable for an 8 foot dinghy) and somebody happy to donate it for the Cadets to use. Let us know if you can help.
Starting 6th December
- Winter Vegetable Soup
- Chilli Con Carne
- Broccoli and Stilton Tart
The club will be packed this Saturday evening with both a private and a member's event happening simultaneously. Please note that the bar and the dining room will be very busy for the private function.
Sundays are proving to be popular and it is getting busier and busier every week. Please help us plan our meals better and book in early! We are having Roast Sirloin of Beef and Roast Pork Shoulder (with the crackling of course) all supplied by our local Secret Butchers.
Just one week to go before the Family Christmas Carvery. Kick start your Christmas early and join us with festivities. Think of Roast Turkey, Christmas carols and yes, even Santa is making his appearance. Click here for full details.
Dates for your diary...
The Payne-James Icicle Race takes place on 1st January. All classes are welcome. Notice of Race will be published shortly.
On-line bookings for the RYA Race Officers course being run by Peter Saxton on 20/21 January 2018 are now open. Please go to the RYA's website for more information and to sign up: