The sun was shining and the wind blew and our fun day was great. Everyone became very competetive again once they hit the water, but most of all, everyone had a great time. On your Marks, Get set, Go! Which way round does this boat go? Change over Carnage! A
We’ve Finally Done It! After many years of wrangling Shotwick Lake finally belongs to us; its members! The club has been in the process of buying the lake for 6 years. Tony Forster, who has been dealing with the purchase since the start, said that he was relieved that it
The recent first aid course, which took place at Eccleston CE Primary School, was a success and 5 of our members took part. Besides up dating their skills the members also had the chance to examine the latest defibrillators which are being placed in many sporting venues.
Following the very wet end of year and snow in January, the lake is at the highest it has been for many years. If this level continues it will make launching and recovering very easy at the start of the season!
At the beginning of the month we held a refresher course for safety boat helms. The course was held over a morning or afternoon and a total of 31 people attended. The course covered launching and recovering the safety boat; recovery of unconscious casualty; assisting helms to right their boat
The audit of the graveyard boats has now been completed and there are 32 boats, 27 windsurfing boards and 8 trailers ready to be auctioned. Some boats, which do not have membership stickers, are clearly well looked after boats and trailers. If any member thinks that one of the boat