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AGM minutes 2018

There will be limited numbers of printed minutes available this evening. Time’s running out… AGM minutes 2018  

August 10, 2019August 10, 2019by
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Camel Week 19 – revised race times

Owing to some excessively breezy air, today’s race is confirmed as cancelled. The current race schedule for the rest of Camel Week is as follows: Sunday 10th August H.W. 15.24/5.7m 14.15 Dunham Trophy + Rush High Flyers, Back to Back ( Cats ) 14.20 Fast fleet Brea Buoy Cup + Porthilly Cup, Back to Back...

August 10, 2019August 10, 2019by
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Big Splash number 3

Did I say Monday? – must eat more brain foods… Fatty Fish. When people talk about brain foods, fatty fish is often at the top of the list. … Coffee. If coffee is the highlight of your morning, you’ll be glad to hear that it’s good for you. … Blueberries. … Turmeric. … Broccoli. … Pumpkin Seeds....

August 10, 2019August 10, 2019by
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Big Splash number 2

This was scheduled for Monday 19th August. Regrettably the high tide we need to run the event is too late in the day, so will conflict with the Quay BBQ and has had to be cancelled. To make up for this, the 3rd and final Big Splash of the year, on Monday 31st August has...

August 9, 2019August 9, 2019by
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Camel Week 19 practice race

Some of you may have noticed it’s a bit windy today So regrettably today’s practice race has been cancelled. Camel week briefing is tomorrow (Saturday) at 1100 so any updating of the race schedule can take place then.

August 9, 2019August 9, 2019by
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Sharp’s Camel Week 2019

Saturday 10th – Friday 16 August  2019 If you’ve ever been to Camel Week in North Cornwall then you’ll know all about it, but if you haven’t then you’re missing out.   It’s really just a great seaside holiday week, with daily dinghy racing thrown in.  Because of the tides there is only one race a...

August 7, 2019August 7, 2019by
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Big Splash number one – update

The first Big Splash of 2019 is tomorrow (Saturday) starting at 1830 hrs with hot dogs (free for entrants) on the quay afterwards. Increased event insurance requirements mean all entrants under 18 must have a disclaimer signed by a parent or guardian before jumping. All of 18 and over can self certify.

August 2, 2019August 2, 2019by
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JCW19 the story so far

Race one results and photos. Results subject to ratification. Good day on the water.

July 28, 2019July 28, 2019by
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4 Men in a Boat- the final chapter

Just a final posting on the progress of the “rowers”. They have arrived !…….safe and sound, Thursday night, not in Cork as was intended but where the wind, waves and currents took them fastest, which was to Kilmore Quay, nearer to Rosslare, but Ireland anyway ☘️. Apparently the waves were ENORMOUS !    Thank you again...

July 27, 2019July 27, 2019by
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4 Men in a Boat – update

For those of you unlucky enough to miss the famous send-off yesterday morning, here’s what you would have seen had you been there…

July 25, 2019July 25, 2019by
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Ski News – July

July Ski News Summer has arrived, the moorings are full and the estuary is a hive of activity. The light winds have favoured some good water but we could do with less north westerlies for the best conditions. Those who have ventured out at lower tides will have noticed that the sandbanks have changed considerably...

July 23, 2019July 23, 2019by
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4 men in a boat – Rock style

Penny Allen’s son in law Simon Daglish (known as ‘Dags’), who started the charity ‘Walking with the Wounded’, has been planning a charity row from Cork in Ireland to Rock for months. He and his two sons Oscar (19), Felix (16) who is disabled, and Will, a veteran who lost a leg in the Afghan...

July 22, 2019July 22, 2019by