Find all the latest news and developments going on at the club both on-the-water and off-the-water from racing information, member news, committee developments, picture and video galleries to social events. Frensham Pond also has its own very 'local' weather forecasting service so if you want to know the wind speed, whether it’s frozen or if you can pick up a tan …it’s all here
The Summer Prizegiving and Social to be held on 14th January 2017 will start at 1930 rather than 2000 as advertised in our programme. In addition to the Prizegiving we can enjoy the talk by two of our members as outlined below:
"From a 14 ft GP to a 70 ft ocean racing Clipper yacht, from Frensham winds to the Doldrums and hurricane force winds across the North Pacific, come and find out what it was like living at 45 degrees and sailing around the world for eleven months. Dan Wagerfield and Kate Whyatt, both GP14 sailors, will be talking about their experiences and sharing their thoughts as to what it was like to take part in the Clipper 15-16 Round the World race."
The fascinating talk and slide show will start at 1930, with the Prizegiving starting immediatelyafterwards at 2015pm.
Ian Gregory has returned from the Laser European Championships as Radial Laser Master Champion.
Well done Ian.
You can see all the results here Results Select Radial and M for Ian's result.
We now have a new weather display. Thanks are due to David Goldsmith for sourcing the equipment and to Iain Soars and Trevor Hallifax for installing it.
Some work remains to done to get the display panel in the clubhouse to display the weather. But if you happen to have a smart phone you can now use it to see the weather display. Just get onto the Frensham website and go to weather.
All lost property not claimed by 26 November will either be auctioned off for Cadet funds or donated to charity.
Saturday 5th November
from 0900 to 13.00
Get a FREE lunch for a morning's work and help keep maintenance costs down.
Please contact Julian Davies or Trevor Hallifax.
PS: Afternoon sailing as normal.