Colne watchColne Watch is a community-led project to keep the Colne estuary safe for all water uses and to reduce speeding and anti-social behaviour.

Members of the public are encouraged to submit reports to Colne Watch of speeding, anti-social or dangerous behaviour observed on the River Colne via http://bit.ly/Report2ColneWatch.

The information submitted to Colne Watch will be used to:
– record and collate incident reports on the River Colne
– raise awareness of incidents on the River Colne
– engage stakeholders and users of the River Colne

See facebook page for more information https://www.facebook.com/rivercolne/Colnewatch

 

Regatta now moved to Sunday 9th June

Club open from 1300 till late

Racing starts at 3:30pm

Bar and hot food

Live band from 6:30pm

All welcome

Gary has bought up the stock from the late Alan Beale to set up a new discount chandlers in Brightlingsea. Good report from a member who bought FLAG anti-foul.  Please note Gary is not set up for card payments.

 

 

 

As you know the the General Committiee is undertaking a strategic review to determine the future direction of the Club that will best serve the membership.

The RYA is supporting and encouraging Clubs by providing information and research.

The Future of Dinghy Sailing is a YouTube video of a webinar produced last year for the RYA.

It starts quite slowly and it does last just over the hour!

But the information and insight is essential for anyone interested in sailing.

 

 

Date: March 1, 2019 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm

A meeting of all members and parents to re-establish the Cadet section. Anyone interested can attend. Organised by Mathew Pearson

For more information see the meeting details here

If you can’t make it on that date, but want to get involved, then please let me know so that I can keep you up to speed with what is happening.

Matthew Pearson matthew@ancientpaths.co.uk Tel. 07821 140064