Dear Member Members will be aware of the recent changes to Welsh Government Regulations regarding Covid 19 that has changed to alert Level 4. Unfortunately we have no alternative but to close the club. At least at the moment the weather is not particularly good and we will advise as
RYA shines spotlight on boating’s unsung heroes The RYA Community Awards are given across three categories: Lifetime Commitment, Outstanding Contribution and Youth and are presented to outstanding individuals for their commitment and services to boating at club or grassroots level. One winner to be awarded a Lifetime Commitment Award for
Race on!! The much awaited return to racing was successfully managed on Sunday 2nd August. It has taken much time and effort by our committee to interpret and comply with all the latest government advice and it was just reward that the organisation on the day went so smoothly. It
28 members turned up to help out at the first work party of 2020 and although the westerly wind was strong, it blew the weed together to the top of the lake. New shelving was constructed in the classroom which has increased our storage capacity. Work on repairing the jetty
Dutyman is currently open for you to make your own choices regarding duty dates for this season. After 31st January, members who have not volunteered for their own dates will be allocated duties at random. You can now also use Dutyman to volunteer for work parties.
The last day of another successful season at Shotwick Lake Sailing concluded with a fantastic festive buffet preceded by the annual prize giving and the traditional “fun” Frostbite pursuit race. Every year the club awards a special prize in recognition of outstanding contribution to the club and this time the
Shotwick CYRC At Shotwick we are hosting the final North Wales CYRC (Club Youth Racing Circuit) of the 2019 season on 19th October. This is a great first time event for aspiring racers with coaching. Please put this date in your diary and help support the club by attending this
The arctic weather of the previous week failed to deter competitors for the first race of the Brass Monkey series. There was a fantastic fleet of 24 boats swelled by 8 Toppers from the regional training squad. After removing blocks of ice out of boats and thawing the sheets, all