SUMMER PARTY – Saturday Evening 22nd June THIS week.
Everybody who would like to come to the Party please sign up and let Carolyne know by e-mail to email@example.com. We need to be able to confirm numbers for catering.
The band is hired, the catering is being organised, a marquee has arrived – so come and enjoy it.
The party is open to family and friends – they do not have to be Club members.
See the flyer in this week’s Coming Events on the website.
Thursday Evening, Saga Race 7
Eight boats contested this week’s race. See the photograph and report by John Adams in News on the website.
Andy Harris’s Cadets session went ahead despite the blustery winds – Children having lots of fun in reefed Toppers and Oppies.
Sunday 16th June – The Great Tea Race for the Cutty Sark Bolt and the Kempton Nut
These two Trophies were contested over a long and challenging course in variable and challenging winds. It was good to see three entries for the Kempton Nut in a tight contest. The Cutty Sark Bolt was similarly keenly contested with three different classes of boat filling the first three places.
See Tim Medcalf’s full report in News on the website.
Thursday Evening Sailing and Supper
Saga Trophy Race 8 (of 9). Main fleet start at 7.15, N18s at 7.17. After sailing there is a supper of quiche, salads and chocolate pudding available – please book supper either in the Clubhouse or with Carolyne on firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMER PARTY – Saturday Evening 22nd June Come and enjoy it!
Everybody who would like to come to the Party please sign up as soon as possible. Hope for good weather but it will be great anyway.
Sunday Racing The 10.30 Handicap Series and Summer Series 8 Class Racing are as normal again.
Saga Trophy Race 9 (of 9) on Thursday and normal Sunday racing.
Nothing extraordinary scheduled.
Summer Holiday Sailing Camp – Starting 29th July
Tamesis Club will be running a Summer Holiday Camp which will be held during the week starting 29 July. This is now fully subscribed and the detailed logistics of the course are being hardened up.
‘Twickenham Yacht Club will be running their annual regatta on the weekend of 6 and 7 July. Racing will comprise two starts on Saturday afternoon, two on Sunday morning and a further one on Sunday afternoon. Eligible classes are Toppers, handicap, Enterprises, Solos and N12s. There will also be a BBQ and party on the Saturday evening. This is a great opportunity to support a local club and try sailing on different waters. If there are juniors who would like to get involved by racing a Topper, the club can help with boat transport.’