IMPORTANT – Regarding your contact information, we have become aware that some members may not be receiving emails from our membership secretary. As this is one of our Primary forms of contact for the club, please ensure that you let Sue Weston know that you are able to receive her emails. She did ask recently for all members to contact her and affirm that they are receiving her emails.
As of this date, either many more emails are not getting through than we thought, or lots of members still need to contact Sue as a matter of some urgency, please.
Please check your junk/spam folder and mark email@example.com as a safe recipient in your “safe senders” list.
Many thanks, DSC Committee.
Pop into Bridgwater Art Centre to see a collection of art from our 2018 Regatta.
All art is available to purchase.
Interesting article in the Windsurfing magazine about Adam Lewis, one of the founder members of the T15 windsurf group at Durleigh. Adam now ranks 5th in the world of Men’s wave ranking. Durleigh is mentioned on page 2.
Click here for full article.
Well done, Adam
The following sailing duties are unallocated. Can any member who has not yet signed up for a duty this year, please do so asap. Either go to the Dutyman link to swap with ‘volunteer required’ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
19/08/2017 14:00 SBO Saturday Sailing
3/9/2017 11:00 Galley Sunday Racing and Sailing
6/9/2017 18:00 RO Wednesday Racing and Sailing
16/09/2017 14:00 SBO Saturday Sailing
17/09/2017 11:00 SBO Bart’s Bash
8/10/2017 11:00 Galley Sunday Racing and Sailing
22/10/2017 11:00 Galley Sunday Racing and Sailing
29/10/2017 11:00 Galley Sunday Racing and Sailing
For his contribution to sailing at Durleigh and the community, it gives us great pleasure in announcing that Pete Branson has been awarded Honorary Lifetime Membership to Durleigh Sailing Club. Although Pete is not in the best of health at the moment, we wish him all the best and look forward to seeing him at the club very soon.
The handbooks are ready and can be collected from the clubhouse next time you are up.
They are in a box, underneath the notice board.
They are in alphabetical order and I would be obliged if they could be kept that way as it will make it easier for all concerned.
P.S. Don’t forget to sign in
In order to qualify as CASC (Community Amateur Sports Club) 50% of our members must attend at least twelve times per year. As we have to be able to prove this, from now forward please can EVERYONE sign in EVERY TIME they come onto club premises.
If we cannot do this, we will lose our CASC status and its 80% business rate relief , this would mean having to increase the fees by 25%.
Continue reading VERY, VERY IMPORTANT – signing in