TONIGHT – Friday 27 January – Talk – Robin Elsey – 8pm
Sunday 29 January – Walk & Lunch – ‘Truro Track & Trails’
New Sunday Carvery 12.00 – 1.45pm
Friday 3 February – Film Night – Wild Geese – 8pm
Saturday 4 February – Diners
Wednesday 8 February – RINA/IMarEST talk – Marine Renewable Energy
Thursday 9 February – RCC Dinner
Friday 10 February – Talk – SKB Sails – 8pm
Sunday 12 February – Sunday Carvery
Wednesday 15 February – Quiz Night
Friday 17 February – Talk – John Head – 8pm
Saturday 25 February – New Members’ Evening
Sunday 26 February – Walk & Lunch – Sunday Carvery
*** 50% off Specials Board on Thursday evenings***
NEW: Don’t miss out this Sunday, 29 January
– new Sunday Carvery for Â£10.00
We are pleased to announce that Sunday lunch will now be even better – in addition to the normal menu there’ll be a Carvery every other Sunday. Starting this Sunday January 29th, there’ll be a choice of roasts served in the Upper Deck between 12.00 and 1.45pm and priced at Â£10, with starters and puddings extra.
It’s great value, and aims to be sociable and informal. Do come, invite a guest, perhaps make up a table. Book on 01326 311105.
Future Carveries will then be on February 12th, February 26th, March 12th, March 26th, April 9th and so on.
But at these prices it can only continue as long as Members come…use it or lose it as they say!
Truro Tracks & Trails – Sunday Walk – 29 January
Walk: 1000 Lunch at RCYC: 1300
A walk of contrasts around Truro, following urban trails over and under the railway, along leats and the riverside, then on into countryside for the return along the trackbed of the Newham Branch line (closed in November 1971) back to the starting point, near Truro Station. Mostly level or gentle inclines on a walk of urban and rural contrasts, about 4 miles. The first part is on paved paths and roads through the city (dogs definitely on leads, and NO stopping to shop!) but the Newham section can be quite muddy.
Travelling to Truro on the A39, turn left at the top of Arch Hill onto the A390, then right at the first roundabout down Station Road. Park on this road opposite the old County Hall (before the station). There are on-road parking areas marked on the station side of the road, and on Sundays this includes unrestricted parking in residents’ parking zones. There is also a temporary pay and display car park signposted behind the County Hall. Meet at 10.00 on Station Road at the entrance to the footbridge across the railway, opposite the end of Avondale Road.
Eleanor Williams, (01326) 318351 or 07763 783112
Our next Film Night is on Friday 3rd February.
Screening is at 8pm
No charge to attend.
Suppers available from 6.30pm if desired.
Please add your name to the list in the bar or contact Karen in the office.
All About Sails
Talk: Friday 10 February at 8pm
Nick Head manager of SKB Sails in Penryn will be giving us an insight into the business. He started work in the Sail Loft as an apprentice and ended up taking over the reins! This is sure to be an interesting evening and there is a lot more to it than just sails! Lots of tips and advice.
The following afternoon (Saturday 11 February) there will be a visit to the Sail Loft. Come along and learn moreâ€¦â€¦.
Continuing Developments in Marine Renewable Energy
Talk – Wednesday 8 February at 7.15pm
Members are welcome to attend this talk which we are hosting for the Devon & Cornwall Joint Branch of the RINA and the IMarEST. For further details and for booking please click here.