BSC Newsletter 5th January 2022
Published 14:14 on 6 Jan 2022
2021 Cadet Prize Giving
This took place via zoom on Monday 3 January. Many congratulations to all our cadets on a fantastic year of sailing and socials. The following video prepared by James Curtis highlights brilliantly the energy and enthusiasm we have had throughout this year.
If you have won a trophy or plate, please collect these from the BSC office during normal office hours. The following link has a list of all our 2021 winners.
BSC once again competed against Itchenor Sailing Club on New Year's Day for the Nurdling Title! It was a fantastic turn out of BSC members of all ages and a huge amount of fun was had by all. After a much fought competition, the title this year goes to ISC.
2022 Cadet Training
Training courses for cadets are now bookable online via the BSC website. Training is available during all school holidays and half terms for all abilities and RYA stages.
BSC members have priority booking until 01 March. Please click here for more information and to make a booking.
A NEW BOAT
A very generous donor is buying the Club a new sliding seat coastal quad. This will be a game changer for the Club and will open up some healthy competition with Itchenor and other local Clubs who have their own quads, so regular friendlies will be the order of the day as well as generally enjoying rowing around the harbour flying the BSC flag. We're waiting for confirmation on delivery dates but early indications are around Easter time.
For all of you who'd like to burn a few excess Christmas calories, please join us on Wednesday 12 and Wednesday 26 for some Scottish dancing. There are still tickets available for Burns Night on 29 January (bookable until 20 January). Dust off that tartan and pop along!
Wednesday 12th at 18:00
Please join us next Wednesday on Zoom for a talk by Vaughan Turney from the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution).
A link will be sent in next week's newsletter.
Last updated 09:01 on 13 January 2022