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HURST CASTLE SAILING CLUB

SHORT NEWSLETTER March 2022

 

Hello.  Welcome to Spring and to the beginning of a new season.   Can we say goodbye to those horrid gales?

This newsletter aims to alert you club events in the near future, just in case you have not got round to reading your programme yet.  An email copy came out with the information about the AGM and hard copies will be available at and after the AGM.

Jean Woods 

(Commodore

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HURST CASTLE SAILING CLUB

FEBRUARY 2022   NEWSLETTER

Apologies if you have already received this newsletter.  Owing to a technical hitch – not our usual administrator sending it out, only an amateur- some people have received it twice and some not at all.  What a learning curve!

Hello, again.  One twelfth of the year gone already!   Not much happens in January, especially such a grey and cloudy one, so this is only a brief up date.

Do read on -there is news of a club event in February 

Jean Woods 

(Commodore

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Names and Faces

Hurst Castle Sailing Club has a self-help philosophy and is run managed and operated by members. We have no permanent staff and members appoint a General Committee to oversee the running of the club premises, equipment and events drawing on volunteers from the membership. The General Committee for 2019/2020 is:-

Our History

The initiative for the formation of Hurst Castle Sailing Club must go to Mr. Roy Knight and Mr. George Andrews, who together approached Major I. M. Bellairs early in 1938 with their ideas, with the result that the inaugural General Meeting took place at the Toc H Hut in Milford-on-Sea on Wednesday, 20th April 1938.