Frensham Pond Sailability offers people, who because of a long term illness or disability, require support to sail. There is a range of sailing available from therapeutic to competitive sailing all within a safe, caring and social environment. The site is easily accessible and all equipment and facilities needed for sailing are provided. So why not come and experience what many have described as 'freedom on the water'.

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Frensham Pond Sailability Highlights 2012





Success of Team GB. Paralympic gold medal winner Helena Lucas's first sail a 2.4mR at Frensham Pond Sailability
Brian Grimwood was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday honours list - for services to Frensham Pond Sailability. 

 127 members in 2012

A record number of attendances

1726 in 2012

127 members enjoyed a record number of attendances this year of 1726! 

Youth programme supported by
Wisley Golf Foundation
FPS establish a youth group on Saturday mornings. Youngsters benefit from training and development just for them - hopefully developing a hobby for life.

Frensham Pond Sailability Sailors retained the Ben Ainslie Trophy for the 6th successive year. Two FPS sailors, Lindsay Burns and Tessa Watkiss competer in the Access Class World Championships in Sydney Australia. FPS sailors compete in the French Nationals.

FPS participate in the Frensham Pond Sailing Club 10 hour race 

 The legacy of the Olympics Carol and Sally make 1087 rolls
over the season
A whole host of social events across the summer including a talk from Kathy Foster about the legacy of the Olympics 

 Two new Access 303 dinghies launched. Nick 2 and the Farnham Flyer

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