|On Friday 22-03-2019||On Saturday 23-03-2019|
HW: 15:12 HT: 6.20 All Start: 14:00
|On Sunday 24-03-2019|
HW: 15:53 HT: 6.00 All Start: 14:30
At Home / Commodore’s Cocktail Party
Sunday 24 th March
12noon until 4pm
Dress to impress and come down to show all our guests from other clubs and our community what a fabulous sailing club we are.
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30th March 2019 - 19:30 for 20:00
- Tomato soup with roll
- Steak & ale pie (S) Chicken, ham & leek pie (C), or Vegetable Pie (V)
- Gateaux with cream
- Coffee & mint chocolate
Price £12 per head - Limited to 50 guests
Gentlemen - Blazers or Jackets please
Payment to be made in full on the night
For further info, contact Mark Emmerson
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The cruiser lift-in takes place on Good Friday 19th April starting at 07.30 am.
The plan is to have all boats on Bell wharf by 10.30 and start lifting in at 11.00.
Please do not arrive at the Club expecting to park on the prom before 10.30. as it will be closed for craning and boat movements.
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Leigh on Sea Sailing Club; Solo AGM 10th March 2019, 11:00
1 Apologies for Absence
2 Matters Arising & Approval of 2018 LSC Solo AGM Minutes
3 Class Captain’s Report
4 Election of Class Captain
5 LSC Solo Constitution
6 NSCA Vintage Championship 18th May 2019 (boat numbers up to and including 4201)
7 LSC SOLO Open Meeting 19th May 2019
8 Training/Mentoring Session
9 Solo Pimping
10 Presentation of the Sweeney Trumpet
We're looking for volunteers to help give the club house a bit of a tidy up. There'll be a list of jobs up on the board on the platform, just write your name down for something you can help with.
If you have a tool box, please bring it. If not, there's other jobs to do as well.
- Sat 09 March 9am-12pm
- Sun 10 March 9am-12pm
Our very own Graham Dent will be signing copies of his new book, Goldsmith of Grays, in the upper saloon between 1 and 3pm on Sunday 24th February.
Find out more about the history of a local shipping company, Goldsmiths, who operated the largest fleet of sailing barges on the south and east coast from the mid 1800's for over 100 years.[ Top ]
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