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  • A NEW WEB SITE

    Welcome to the new Carsington Sailing Club Website Your mobile friendly site is now here………………. Early in 2018 the decision was taken by the Management Committee to more fully embrace the web-based Sailing Club Manager (SCM) software. Part of the SCM package is a web platform, and it is upon this that our new website has been built. It is one of several fully integrated modules within the Club Management program and will

    Published 08:00 on 13 Oct 2018

  • Saturday November 3rd - Bonfire night at Carsington.

    Bonfire, Food and Fireworks  -  Click here to see more details

    Published 18:52 on 30 Sep 2018

  • Commodore's News Sept 2018

    The weather continues to be fickle with winds.   The AGM will be on 11th October. Please come along to hear Reports from the Hon Treasurer and the Commodore, ask questions, and vote on the new committee. Last year we arranged for the Galley to provide food before the AGM, which helps if you are coming straight from work. We also arranged for sandwiches after the AGM to aid the drive home. There

    Published 00:00 on 30 Sep 2018

  • 2018 September Cruiser Fleet Newsletter

    As everyone will have noticed the tide is out and the South Jetty and Slipway became unusable during August.  So, Lawrence Key and the Club Manager moved two of the pontoons from the South to the North Slipway before they became marooned on the mud. The North Jetty has been made into a ‘T’ shape in order to create plenty of opportunities for boats to come safely alongside, head-to-wind, in a stiff breeze

    Published 00:00 on 30 Sep 2018

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    News From the Galley

    We are very, very happy to let you all know that the coffee morning raised an incredible £1000.00 for MacMillan Cancer Support. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank John Pape and Muriel for time, trouble and contribution. Special thanks to Gary, Mandy, Helen, Phil and Carole and their Sailibility friends who made such a fantastic job of the Tombola. The morning

    Published 23:00 on 29 Sep 2018

  • Carsington Water level report September 2018

    Retained volume has fallen to 76.5%, the South Slipway is unusable and the Central Slipway will shortly become unusable.    The prediction for mid-November is between 60% and 70% the lowest level since 2011.  Despite these low levels, if there is sufficient rain, Carsington could be refilled by next Easter.

    Published 20:36 on 28 Sep 2018

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    Foiling is set to "Take Off" at CSC

    The Next Great Adrenaline Fix in Sailing. You may have seen some Members flying over the water in their foiling boats or boards. We aim to open this experience up to all Members by buying equipment to make this possible. Ceri has recently qualified as an RYA Foiling Instructor and we are in the process of buying foiling boards. We aim to make board foiling

    Published 00:00 on 7 Sep 2018

  • Event volunteers

    Events Coming Up There are a few open events coming up in the near future, with one being a major national event. The Optimist Class are holding their Winter Championships at Carsington on 17 and 18 November 2018. The Club racing will be cancelled for that weekend and general sailing will encounter a very busy site. We anticipate in excess of 150 competitors and maybe up to 200. Optimist sailors are generally under

    Published 00:00 on 6 Sep 2018

  • General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR

    Dear Member (s), WE NEED YOU TO OPT IN Help us Contact You Some of you may or may not be aware that in order to comply with new EU regulations regarding data protection (General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR) that come into effect from May 25th, we need all members to confirm their details and specify how they would like us to keep in contact with them. After 25th May,

    Published 00:00 on 4 Sep 2018

  • Developing our Youth Sailing.

     We are very successful in training our young Members to be competent sailors through the RYA schemes. However, we are not so good at present in giving them the opportunity to develop their sailing with their friends in an informal setting.  We have done this in the past with the Saturday Club and we now need to regenerate and expand the Saturday Club for the 2019 season.  We would like to see a development from

    Published 00:00 on 3 Sep 2018

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