EYC VOLUNTEERS' DAY

Calling all Instructors and Safety Boat Drivers, and anyone who usually helps with training.

We are organising a Volunteers' Day on SUNDAY 23 MARCH from 10.30 am. This is to provide refreshers for a variety of activities that cover the training activities.  This will include land drills, RYA Method, PB handling, and anything else you want us to cover.

If you are interested and have specific requests please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Jeremy

Facebook Page - 'like' it

EYC has an active Facebook Page that gives you information on future sailing/racing events for cruisers and dinghies.  It also includes photos where they have been given to the administrator so you can see what is going on. 

 

Search for 'erith yacht club' and click on 'like' - it is the page with the Clubhouse as the profile image.

'Like' the page and keep up-to-date with what is going on.

BRASS MONKEY 2 - Saturday 22 February

Despite the weather and rain, I am hopeful of a break in the storms for us to run the race.  We had a good laugh the last time so come along. Details below:

Briefing time - 1pm

Race start - 2pm (hope to do 2 races)

Don't be late for the briefing.

Also, I would be grateful for a race officer & assistant, and a fully qualified safety boat driver.  Let me know at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Hope to see you on the water....

 

Christmas Panto

 

This years Panto, Goldilocks and the Enchanted Forest, complete with the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Piggies, is now available in a very limited distribution on the EYC website.

Simply Log In, click on the Members Area, then on Video Links, where you will find "Panto 2013".

For a limited period you can simply click on  PANTO

Tip- to view Full Screen, click the top right hand corner.

Just a quick note to remind members that they should tie their boats down this winter. 

By doing so you are protecting your own boat and preventing damage to it and others from boats blowing over.  If you have not been down for a while, please check them ASAP as more high winds are forecast.  Check your insurance too...many insist on boats being tied down.

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