January 2021 Newsletter

Dear Members,



Hello and welcome to the last newsletter of 2020.  Am I alone in feeling glad to see 2020 end……...and to start looking forward to better times next year?

Anyway, we start with the good news that we opened again from December 2nd!  Toilets, dinghy park, garden and veranda, club boats.   Not back to normal but to where we were in October with social distancing, sanitising and groups of only 6 people at most.   Sorry the clubhouse, including changing rooms and showers, remain closed.  We do recognise that a hot shower is very welcome after winter sailing but the problem remains one of making and keeping the atmosphere “Covid 19 secure”.  

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Jean Woods 


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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