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Covid 19 Poster


Dear All

You will be aware that Covid-19 is continuing to spread and the health advice published by the government / NHS.  

Clearly good hygiene is a vital part of reducing the risk of spreading any virus and while I am sure you are all doing this at home and in the workplace could I ask that you try to observe the following at the club:

  • make sure you wash your hands regularly with soap and warm water - NB please do so every time you first go into the clubhouse
  • use tissues or a flexed elbow to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneezing
  • put used tissues in a bin as soon as possible
  • avoid unnecessary contact with people that are unwell
  • avoid touching surfaces used by other people where possible
  • do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean

I have attached a link to the NHS website that provides information on Covid-19 and also address the common questions that you might have.

As with any seasonal cold/flu, if you are concerned that you might be contagious, please do not attend the club.

David Innes


Working Party 18th April 2020

Dinghy Instructor Course March 2020

Vacancies on the Adult Dinghy Instructor Course:   Mon.23rd March – Friday 27th March 2020

We currently have three vacancies on the Dinghy Instructor course scheduled for the end of March.

If you are a regular, competent and experienced dinghy sailor, able to sail in strong winds, and interested in being a part of the Club’s RYA training scheme, we would be pleased to hear from you.

Course details:

  • A five day course (dates above) from 9.00am – 4.30pm
  • Led by an RYA Coach-Assessor, mainly in Laser Bahias
  • Cost £200, but covered by the Club in exchange for being prepared to instruct on at least one RYA training course per year
  • Involves a one-day pre-assessment of sailing competence in advance of the course.

Eligibility: Candidates must hold:-

  • An RYA approved First Aid certificate (the Club is holding a course on Saturday 14th March, 9..00am – 4.30pm)
  • An RYA powerboat Level 2 certificate
  • An on-line ‘ Safeguarding’ certificate
  • RYA membership

Further details and application form from John Townsley, Chief Instructor  ( Tel. 01252 617912)

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

*Please register your interest by Friday 6th March.