30 April 2020
We have updated the qualification requirements for Bosham Junior Week 2020.
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BRUSH UP ON THOSE RULES
The RYA will be hosting a series of free webinars for racing sailors and aspiring race officials to introduce and explain the racing rules of sailing.
Whether you are a BSC rules expert, a squad sailor or just want to know a bit more, the six-week series will guide you through the racing rules to give you the best advantage on the race course.
The sessions will be delivered by some of the top names in the world of racing rules including British Sailing Team coach and strategist Mark Rushall, World Sailing Governance and Rules Consultant Jon Napier and Tokyo 2020 video umpire Chris Lindsay.
The webinars, which will be screened at 8pm every Wednesday starting from April 29, will help you understand the right of way rules, how to deal with marks, obstructions and more.
SAILING FROM THE COMFORT OF HOME!
Contact Anna Perkins about sailing in BSC’s very own Virtual Regatta. Competition is hotting up but don’t let that put you off!
Have a look at the website for the game here https://www.virtualregatta.com/en/inshore-game/.
WHAT YOU’RE UP TO
Thank you for getting in touch with how you’re getting on and here are some highlights:
Martyn Chase has the Golden Hind under construction
Ros Bowen ordered 1000kg of Horsham stone and built an edge up her drive. She also put stone single edge along two borders.
The Gladman family are going to push/pretend sail their old Mirror from home to Bosham Quay and back in aid of the food bank charity, The Trussell Trust and would really appreciate your support.
You can donate safely and securely via JustGiving by clicking here
Or if you find JustGiving too complicated email
See YouTube link below for Classical music recorded by 68 individual, solo recordings from Chichester Singers in isolation
Send us what you’re up to at firstname.lastname@example.org
VIRTUAL KNIT KNACK
VIRTUAL CRAFTING - OPEN TO ALL!
JOIN US BY ZOOM ON THURSDAYS AT 11.00 TO SPEND AN HOUR ON YOUR PROJECT, OR JUST FOR A CHAT.
CONTACT RCMembership@boshamsailingclub.com for the Zoom link.
See HERE for Andrew Young’s guide to Zoom
VE Day Celebration Menu
Dressed Selsey Crab with lemon herb aioli and freshly baked bread £15
Portobello mushroom and Herb Goats Cheese Wellington. Delivered with a medley of British asparagus, peas and Jersey royals in wild garlic butter and a root vegetable gratin £15
Beef Wellington, 200g organic Goodwood beef fillet, wrapped in mushroom duxelles, prosciutto and puff pastry. Delivered with a medley of fresh British asparagus, peas and Jersey royals in wild garlic butter and a root vegetable gratin £22.50
Creamy lemon & caper chicken supreme. Delivered with a medley of fresh British asparagus, peas and Jersey royals in wild garlic butter and a root vegetable gratin £15
Lemon posset with homemade almond shortbread £5.00
Dark chocolate & pecan nut brioche bread & butter pudding £5.00
Menu subject to availability. Please place your order HERE by Tuesday 5 May 2020 for delivery on 8/9 May. Payment by bank transfer or cash on delivery. Thank you for your continued support.
HOW TO HELP
URGENT REQUEST FOR LAUNDRY SCRUB BAGS:
These will get a lot of use and need to hold up over time, so make them a sturdy 18" x 18" (46x46cm) or bigger. You can use old duvet covers, pillow cases, sheets or even towels. Pre-washed at 60 degrees. The edges must be finished. You can surge the raw edges with zig zag stitch or french seam.
Here’s a scrub bag pattern link - https://willowcreekquilts.ca/collections/nurse-scrub- bag/products/free-nurse-scrub-bag-pattern
Make these long enough to open the bag fully. Drawstrings can be made of shoelaces, piping cord, dressmaker’s tape or from strips of fabric sewn together. Here’s a great tip to make bias tape ties without tools or ironing: https://www.youtube.com/watchv=vR7sWFwo48g&fbclid=IwAR39goxFLP4QzqL- IeP1nRR_1SMDm-toLp00cLx15582DrDiU1RBbUtA198&app=desktop
When you have completed 5 or more, deliver them by post or by hand to: Elizabeth Turner Soft Furnishings,
Courtyard Unit 4, Sindles Farm, Aldsworth, Near Emsworth, PO18 8TT (If no one is there leave the Laundry Scrubs Bag in the box outside.) or by hand to: The Bell Inn, 3 Broyle Road, Chichester, PO19 6AT Between 11am and 5pm (except Thurs.) (If no one is there leave the Laundry Scrub
Bags in a container in the bin store.)
SCRUBS FOR CARERS
Handy with a sewing machine? Contact below to see how you can help
SUPPORT BATT SAILS CUTTING FOR CARERS
See here how you can support Batt Sails cutting PPE and scrubs:
Catch Up With CFT
You may have missed ‘Flowers for Mrs Harris’ as it was sold out, but here’s an opportunity to catch up with this highly successful production: https://www.cft.org.uk/flowers-for-mrs-harris-broadcast
Click the image below to find out about live streem workshops for Sourdough Baking