Friday 4 November – Talk – Sue Kittow – 2000 hours (suppers from 1830)
Saturday 5 November – Bingo – 2000 hours
Thursday 10 November – Laying Up Supper – 1830 for 1900
Thursday 10 November – DNW Valuation Day – 1000 – 1400
Friday 11 November – Film Night – Agatha Christie’s Murder Ahoy – 2000
Wednesday 16 November – Quiz Night – 1900
Saturday 19 November – Charity Coffee Morning & Yot Grot – from 1030
Friday 25 November – Talk – Pam Kemp – 2000 hours (suppers from 1830)
Saturday 26 November – COGS prize giving – 1900 for 1930
Sunday 27 November – Walk 1000 & Lunch 1300Friday 2 December – Annual Dinner Dance – Royal Duchy Hotel -1900 for 1930
Wednesday 7 December – Quiz Night – 1900
Friday 16 December – Carols – David Muirhead & Cadgwith Singers – 1900
Sunday 18 December – Children’s Christmas Party – 1500
Saturday 24 December – Christmas Punch Party & Draw – 1200
Saturday 31 December – New Year’s Eve Party – 2000
** Thursday evenings – 50% off specials board**
Yot Grot & Charity Coffee Morning
Saturday 19 November from 10.30am
Another reminder that the Club needs you to dig out all those items of unwanted Yacht Grot now that your boats are out of the water! All those items you donâ€™t really need or havenâ€™t a home for â€“ let us take them off your hands. Also needed bottles, toiletries, books and bric a brac and of course cakes and pickles etc. This event is the main fund raiser for the Commodoreâ€™s Charities so please support us both with your donations and your support on the day.
Liz Hammick has volunteered to collect items until Friday 11th November if you have any difficulty getting them to the club yourself. Just give her a ring on 01326 212697 to arrange collection. Thank you Liz.
Please drop any items to the Club asap. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there. Images below are from last year’s coffee morning!
RCYC Sailing Trust
Our first Sailing Trust boat ‘Flippet’ is now stored on the quay at the Club for the winter so do come and have a look at her next time you are here.
The Sailing Trust needs both physical and financial support to make it sustainable and we have entered the Aviva Community Fund in the hope that we can win some funding. You can vote for our project here – voting only takes a few seconds – the more votes we receive the better the chance we have of winning so please share this via social media and by telling friends and family.
The disadvantaged children we took out to see the J Class yachts last year had an amazing day and to quote one of the children who said “that was the best day of my life”. There are hundreds of local children who are disadvantaged for various reasons and if we can provide them with an opportunity to try sailing this can often change their lives and give them the confidence to go on and pursue other activities, which most of us do without a second thought.
We would also love to hear from anyone who can give us their time and expertise to form part of the team who will take these youngsters out on the water.
New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance
Saturday 31 December, 2000 hours (black tie)
The list is now up for the New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance at the RCYC. We have a fabulous menu on offer (see below) for just Â£47.50 per person and there is also dancing to Boo Boo disco. The RCYC is a great venue for watching firework displays across the water at midnight! Why not come along and see in the New Year amongst friends with some great food and a warm, friendly atmosphere.
White Wine Poached Fruit with Salt Caramel Ice Cream
& Almond Tuilles
Westcountry Cheese & Biscuits
Coffee & Cornish Fudge
* Please notify the bar of any dietary requirements or if an alternative is required
Club Sunday Walk
Below is a photo of last Sunday’s Club walk from Carharrack to Hale Mills and Goon Gumpas led by Eleanor Williams. The walk was followed by a delicious lunch at the Club prepared by our Chef, Brian, and served impeccably by Tasha and her team.The next walk is scheduled for Sunday 27 November – everyone welcome – details to follow.
The next Film Night is Friday 11th November.
There is no charge to watch the film which is screened on the Upper Deck.
This Agatha Christie classic was partly filmed in St Mawes.
Suppers available from 6.30 pm or just come and watch the film!