RYA PUSH THE BOAT OUT/OPEN DAY – 20th May 2017

Shotwick Lake Sailing is pleased to be taking part in the RYA Push The Boat Out initiative for 2017 with our Open Day on 20th May.

Try dinghy sailing or windsurfing & receive a free introduction to the club facilities, with no obligation & no prior experience needed. Light refreshments available at a small cost. We do also have adapted dinghies and a hoist to allow less abled persons to have a go. The event is open to everyone on Saturday 20th May 2017 from 11am to 4pm at:
Shotwick Lake
Weighbridge Road (Off Zone 4)
Deeside Industrial Park
Deeside
Flintshire
CH5 2LL (Warning – Do not use this post code for sat-nav)
 
For more information:
www.shotwicksailing.org
e-mail: openday@shotwicksailing.org
or call: 07712 583853 or, on the day itself, 01244 280822

Follow the signs from Zone 4 on Deeside Industrial Park.

Open to everyone from 11.00am to 4pm.

Please bring a change of clothes and towel just in case you do get wet, together with soft soled shoes which you don’t mind getting wet. If you have one bring a wet-suit.

Full directions to the lake:

SHOTWICK LAKE SAILING, Deeside, North Wales, uses SHOTWICK LAKE which is on the Dee marshes close to the new bridge over the River Dee,  the Tata Steel plant and UPM Kymmene Shotton Paper.

From the A550, take the exit  signposted to Flint (A548) and the Industrial Park. Carry on straight on this road (dual carriageway) to the third traffic island (the last before the new Flintshire Bridge) where you bear left   (signposted Sealand Ranges and  Zone 4). (If approaching from the Flint direction on the A548, cross the new Flintshire Bridge then at the first roundabout turn right, signposted Sealand Ranges and  Zone 4). After about 100 yards turn left which takes you in front of the UPM Kymmene Shotton Paper Mill . Pass the entrance for the Shotton Paper Mill and continue to a  small ‘T’ junction.

Turn left and in about 100 yards you will see a yellow barrier. Continue on under the A548 flyover then bear right under a low railway bridge (11’6″) and then follow the lane to the left to reach the sailing club compound.

We very much look forward to seeing you on 20th May.

Tony Forster