Everyone at Tideway
Please note that we will not be sailing on Easter Sunday as we are short of volunteer cover on that day. Hope to see you again on April 3rd, or we start weekday sailing on Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th April.
Welcome to our March Newsletter. The Spring and Summer sailing seasons are just around the corner so now is a good time to set your personal goals either as a sailor or a volunteer. We have had an increasing number of sailors continuing to sail on the dock throughout winter and there has been a lot of maintenance and other activity to ensure that we are ready for the start of weekday sailing in April. I would like to welcome on board Alice Liddie who has joined the Trustees a
Thanks to Simon Whiteley for putting together another event packed season ahead. Subject to possible changes, the season ahead looks full of opportunities for all. To register your interest or for more information about any event please email firstname.lastname@example.org
All our sailors and volunteers will have received an email by now asking you to confirm your details are up to date. The most important part of this is making sure we have up to date emergency contact details. Please click on the link in the reminder email (if you have lost it, you will be getting a further reminder soon), check the details, then go to the bottom of the page and click on “Renew”. If you pay an annual fee, this is your opportunity to confirm your membership ca
This year's Annual General Meeting was a brilliant chance for Stuart Lund to update the 30 members and supporters who were able to attend with all that has been happening and the plans for the year ahead. Great success was achieved in 2015 throughout all areas of the club and charity, starting with increased membership. We provided over 1000 sailing sessions in 2015; an accomplishment to feel proud of.
For full Minutes of the AGM and Chairman's Report please see attached do
After much hard work from David Connearn and Chris Todhunter in drawing up plans for our new boatshed and Simon Whiteley's efforts with the planning department, permission has finally been granted. It is hoped work will start on this project towards the end of the season to minimise disruption. Have a read through Chris' build proposal A great deal of secondhand timber and other found materials have been donated to the club and the intention is to use this in large part to r
Sea-Change was formed in 2007 to make a real impact to the lives of disabled or disadvantaged young people and vulnerable adults, through the provision of action centred learning and seamanship training. We work with about 200 clients annually, including those with special needs or learning differences, those challenged by traditional educational settings or experiencing social exclusion, as well as those considering maritime careers. Fancy trying your hand at big boat sailin