Month: May 2008

Soggy Sunday

It’s clear that we can’t have everything. The sun went, but the wind came back (in a fashion) accompanied by a little drizzle Racing comprised the Asymmetric Cup and the Max Joule Memorial Trophy. The Asymmetric Cup is run using

Bank Holiday

Well at least it’s not raining! Another glorious morning, unfortunately the wind is continuing to blow in from the North East so it seems highly unlikely that there will be any sailing as OD Ian Preston seems quite happy to

One of the Boys!

With racing cancelled for the day, several of the ‘boys’ opted to go out for a trash around in the club toppers. Of course Toggle isn’t one to miss out on the action and he prepped up to go out.

Flying 15 TNT NW Travellers Open Meeting

0700: It’s bad enough when you can’t trust the forecast, but when the weather observations (from nearby Keswick) don’t reflect what is actually occurring it gets unbelieveable. The current 2mph SW certainly could not be associated with the overnight history.

Fun and Games

After a beautiful start to the morning the cloud came in together with another cool north easterly breeze. Pre race discussions revealed some of the events of yesterday, notably an incident between Mik and Mike. Mike’s version being that he


Another new member has been born in the shape of George Alfred a son to Roy and Cath, who weighed in at 8lb 1oz at 10:18 on Saturday morning. All doing well Meanwhile back on the water, the north east


Not as muggy as Saturday, but certainly a lot sunnier 🙂 The light airs struggled to fill in, but when the OD went out and set a line, Herb started to get frustrated when the boats on the shore with

Saturday Sailing

After a hot sunny week, Saturday was disappointingly hazy and muggy. A taster session was held during the morning for newcomers to the sport. This was followed by some Youth Squad training and a race (or should that be a

More Bank Holiday Successes

On Bank Holiday Monday, 5th. May, Sam Hall competed in the latest North West Junior Travellers Series at Budworth S C . Sam won his event and is seen here collecting a silver cup, plaque and a £15 voucher. Meanwhile

Ron Beck

It is with sadness we announce that Ron Beck has passed away. His funeral was held at Brigham Church. He leaves his wife Daphne