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ABOUT HURST CASTLE SAILING CLUB

January 2024 Newsletter

Newsletter - March 2024 

Dear Members,

 

The official start of Spring is almost here but the flowers think it is here already. Time to think about sailing, some of us have enjoyed some wonderful Winter sunshine and sails already. Your 2024 Club Programmes will be with you shortly. Do please look at it and note things you like the look of in your calendar or diary.

In this newsletter:

·        AGM

·        Social Sailing – request for help

·        Dinghy Sailing News including details of new booking system for club boats

·        Details of two more ‘winter’ talks at the club on 13 March and 10 April

·        Environment

·        House news

·        Heath and Safety and Safeguarding

·        Parking charges on Keyhaven roads consultation 

·        And finally – RNLI 200th Coffee and Boat Jumble at HCSC

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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 2015/2016 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.

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