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On Saturday 22-06-2019
: Ladies / Crews / Couples Race

HW: 16:32 HT: 5.30
On Saturday 22-06-2019
Havens Hospices Charity Saturday 22nd June 2019
On Sunday 23-06-2019
Dinghy: NORE RACE

HW: 17:09 HT: 5.10 Start Line: BYC Pier Head
All Start: 09:50 EOD: 10:00
On Sunday 23-06-2019
Cruiser2019#: Nore Race
BYC Entry Form
HW: 05:04 HT: 5.2 Start Line: BYC
Note that the bar is normally open
Friday 8-11 & Sunday 12-4
unless otherwise stated.

On Saturday 22nd June the sailing club will be hosting a tea tent in aid of Havens Hospices charity.

A large gazebo will be erected on the prom adjacent to the double gates at the east end of the "birdcage" so parking will be slightly displaced. The forbearance and cooperation of members will be appreciated.

Please ask friends and family to support the event as all takings will go to this local charity.


Anthony Handfield

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BBQ

The Leigh Sailing Club family BBQ will once more be making an appearance shortly after the days racing on Saturday 3rd August and should start around 4pm

Thanks go to our Vice Commodore Steve Hill who will be offering such temptations as burgers and hot dogs. (+ a vegetarian option too)

So come on down to the club, watch some racing, have a few drinks and grab a bite to eat.

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photo Liz Noblet

Leigh – on – Sea Sailing Club Solo Opening Meeting Sunday May 19th

The club fleet of eleven solo’s were joined by nine visiting Solo’s on a cloudy and fickle day.

The PRO Steve Corbet had to wait for some true wind before setting a course which never came. However, a zephyr appeared and off the biased pin end the fleet of 20 solo’s slowly made their way to the first windward mark led by Jarvis Simpson. The leaders crept away on the challenging down wind legs and the remaining fleet spread out over the two laps and after many swops of the lead Tim Lewis led home the fleet from Simpson and Jonny Wells.

The second race started in similar conditions and Vince Horey led around the ever-repositioned windward mark.  He held onto the lead to win. The sea breeze kicked in just at the end of the race and were led home by Toby Smith and Alan Roberts, in one of the oldest boats in the fleet.

The third and final became a deciding one and with the wind now settled and increasing the fleet got away from the committee boat end. Horey nailed the start and led around the windward mark. The newer boats dominated the race, but all the fleet were closely packed and there many position changes throughout the fleet. The family team of Toby and Simon Smith choose to both capsized at different points on the course making it a family affair. Again, Horey led home with Lewis second and Wells third.

Horey (King George SC) was the overall winner of the ‘Mighty Oak Brewery’ trophy for second year. Lewis (RYA) was second with Wells (Essex YC) third. Additional prizes were presented thanks to Rooster Sailing. First Leigh boat and sub 4000 award went to Roberts.

Vince Horey thanked the LSC for all their combined efforts to complete all the races given the sailing conditions.

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It is with much sadness that we report the death of Peter following a short illness. Peter was a member of the club since 1966 and has made sails for many of us through W Sails. He also contributed considerably to the running of the club over the years. The funeral is on Friday 31st May at 10am at Holy Trinity Church, Southchurch Boulevard with a wake to follow in the clubhouse.

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The results for the P & B Vintage Solo Championship, the Solo Open – both supported by P & B and Rooster and Salcombe Gin, with the results for the Enterprise East Coast Area Championship supported by Sailing Chandlery are all to be found below in the results panel.

Photographs and reports will follow.

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Please find attached NOR for the racing on May 18th. 

In addition to P&B our title sponsor, the club has also been fortunate enough in securing help from ‘Salcombe Gin’ and ‘Rooster Sailing’ who shall also be contributing to the prizes. After the racing on the day there will be entertainment in the evening to the local folk band ‘Random Folk’ featuring our own Charlie Skelton to which all members and guests are most welcome.We have also laid on a special barrel or two of beer from our local brewery.


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Attachments:
Download this file (PandB_Vintage_Solo_Championship.pdf)PandB_Vintage_Solo_Championship.pdf[ ]276 kB

LEIGH-ON-SEA SAILING CLUB

National Solo Vintage Championship

Live Music

Featuring "Random Folk"

Open to All.

 "Join the fun for some foot tapping folk music"

Date: Sat 18th May 2019

Time 8:00pm - 11.00pm

The Lower Saloon

Leigh on Sea Sailing Club

The Old Town

Leigh - on - Sea

Essex SS9 2EP

 

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