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  • Corona Virus - Commodore's Weekly Update

    REMEMBER: Stay at home Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home) Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people Wash your hands as soon as you get home Protect the NHS Save lives We are living in unprecedented times that are affecting

    Published 07:41 on 24 Mar 2020

  • 2020 Membership Renewals

    How to renew your membership

    Published 10:14 on 20 Mar 2020


    Due to the Corona Virus Covid-19, it has been decided to postpone the 2020 AGM that was due to take place Friday 20th March. This is following the recommendations of HM Government to avoid social contact, as set out 16th March 2020. A new date will be announced as soon as conditions permit and it is practical to do so. In the meantime, the current Club Officers will continue in their posts

    Published 22:47 on 16 Mar 2020


    In the light of HM Government's announcements, 16 th March, about the Corona Virus, it is with great regret that the Committee has decided that we have no option but to close the Club to all sailing and social activity IMMEDIATELY until further notice. For clarity, there will be no entitlement to refunds of Club membership fees as this is a situation totally beyond the control of the Club. Please look

    Published 22:32 on 16 Mar 2020

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    Shustoke Gauntlet Open Meeting 15th March 2020

    Shustoke Sailors threw down the "Gauntlet" to all comers.......beat us if you can!! As the rain died away and the wind slowly lessened 20 boats competed in this annual event. 14 club boats and 6 visitors from Staunton Harold, Midland and Whitefriars sailing clubs took part in two 80 minute pursuit races. Racing was close at the front of the fleet with Peter Gray and Richard Pepperdin from Stauton Harold

    Published 15:17 on 15 Mar 2020

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    Miracle End of Season Championship 2018 - 6 & 7 October 2018

    by Zara Turtle 8 Oct 2018 A strong fleet of eleven boats turned out for the Miracle Inland and End of Season Championships this weekend and racing could not have been tighter throughout the fleet. Changeable winds meant that races could be won or lost at every turn, making for a mentally challenging event! Boat rigging was a rather wet

    Published 09:50 on 11 Jan 2019

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    Severn Trent Sailing Regatta

    Download the the 2018 results here: STSR Results 2018 (pdf) It was third time lucky for this year's Severn Trent Sailing Regatta, with the previous years having either too little or too much wind, this year yielded a clear day with a light to moderate breeze. Twelve boats took to the water with two visitors - maximum effort points to Sam Grimshaw for

    Published 12:08 on 30 Dec 2018

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