Saturday 18 Nov Charity Coffee Morning & Yot Grot – from 10am
Wednesday 22 Nov RINA Talk 7.15pm – Remotely operated vehicles supporting
marine and freshwater environments
Thursday 23 Nov RCYC/RNSA Laying up Supper – CANCELLED
Saturday 25 Nov Sunbeam AGM Upper Deck 5.30pm
Sunday 26 Nov Walk 10am & Carvery Lunch 12 – 2pm
Thursday 30 Nov Macmillan Bridge Drive 10am – 4pm
Friday 1 Dec Masquerade Dinner Dance – Royal Duchy Hotel – 7.30pm
Saturday 2 Dec COGs prize giving
Wednesday 6 Dec Quiz Night – Michelle Atkinson – 7pm
Sunday 10 Dec Christmas Carvery Lunch 12-2pm
Friday 15 Dec Carols with David Muirhead & Cadgwith Singers – 7pm
Saturday 16 Dec Diners
Sunday 17 Dec Children’s Christmas Party – 3pm to 5pm
Saturday 23 Dec Christmas Punch Party & Draw 12 noon
Sunday 31 Dec New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance – 8pm
** Ladies Keep Fit – Wednesdays 10.30 – 11.30am **
** Bridge – Thursdays at 2.00pm **
‘Yot Grot’ and Charity Coffee Morning
Tomorrow from 10am!
We have some interesting ‘yot grot’ including an outboard engine which will go to the highest bidder. Please do come along and support this event, have a cup of coffee and some cake and browse through the stalls which include RNLI, Neal’s Yard, Avon, gifts and books – never too early to start Christmas shopping! The pickles and jams always sell out fast so don’t miss out if you want some. If that’s not enough there will be a raffle and our Christmas prize draw board is now up…..we look forward to seeing you!
RYA Community Award for Neil Hopkins
The Commodore, Bob Collings and fellow Flag Officers are delighted to congratulate Neil Hopkins for being awarded a well deserved RYA Community Award (lifetime commitment). Neil, without being asked, works behind the scenes doing all those jobs no-one else wants to do. Neil is a regular Club Race Officer and quietly helps Julie, his wife, our Hon Sailing Secretary. He supports Friday racing at the Club sailing his Sunbeam and is an exemplary Club Volunteer.
Laying Up Evening 23 November
There has not been a strong response for this event and as it clashes with one or two other things we have decided to cancel and we’ll put a big effort into a fitting out event in the Spring.
Sunday Walk – 26th November
Bosveal – Helford Passage – Durgan
Walk 10:00 Lunch 13:00
Bosveal – The Bar- Helford Passage – coast path to Durgan- Bosloe
Start at 10.00 in the National Trust car park at Bosveal (grid reference SW 774 277), on the no through road down to Durgan. To get there, drive through Mawnan Smith heading towards Glendurgan and Trebah, but before reaching Glendurgan turn left at Durgan crossroads. Car park on right in about 400 yards, after the farm. Pay and display Â£2 or free to NT members displaying parking sticker or membership card.
Some muddy paths, especially along the Coast Path, with some road walking along minor roads. A few stiles. Stout footwear essential and overtrousers or gaiters recommended! If you have walking poles they could be useful. About 2 hours. Please sign up on the list in the bar.
Pam Cox 01326 318642 or 07866 815430
Christmas Masquerade Dinner/Dance
Friday, 1st December at 7.30pm
Last chance to get tickets for the RCYC Annual Dinner Dance at the Royal Duchy Hotel.
Why not get together with a group of friends and reserve a table? For just Â£36.00 per person there is a delicious meal and dancing to live music. There is a Masquerade theme this year and there will be a prize for the best male and female mask on the night.
Booking form and menu here.
New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance
Sunday 31st December at 8pm
The list is now up in the bar for our New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance – numbers are limited so sign up early to avoid disappointment.
For just Â£47.50 you can enjoy a fantastic menu which includes locally smoked fishcake – roasted venison loin – cinnamon & apple tart – cheese & biscuits – and then if you wish, dance the night away and see the New Year in with friends. Black tie/cocktail dress.
Tuesday 28 November at 9.30am
Volunteers needed to help put up the Christmas Decorations at the Club. There is lots to be done to make the Club look festive in time for all the Christmas events and bookings. Please come along and lend a hand or hold a ladder!!
Any questions please to Rachel email@example.com
Carols with David Muirhead
& the Cadgwith Singers
Friday 15th December at 7pm
One of the most popular events of the year – come along and join in with the wonderful Cadgwith Singers ably led by one of our Members, David Muirhead. Â£3.50 for a glass of mulled wine and mince pie. Suppers (from the menu board) will be served after the singing, or if you wish to eat before, suppers will be served in the dining room. Book early as this event is always a sell-out!
Children’s Christmas Party
Sunday 17 December at 3pm (til 5pm)
The list is up, the entertainment is booked and all that is needed are the children! All you parents and grandparents who have young children aged 0 to 9 years are invited to put your childrenâ€™s names down on the list for a fun packed afternoon. There will be a magic show, balloon modelling and even a visit by the Funny Bunny and Santa. Adults come along and join in the fun and have a drink or two at the bar whilst the children enjoy themselves. Please put the childrenâ€™s names on the list so that the Social Committee can organise refreshments for the children.
To book for any of our events, please either call in to the Club and sign up on the list in the bar or telephone the office 01326 312126 or the bar 01326 311105 and we will be happy to add your name.
Cruising Association Lobster Pots Campaign
Lobster Pots and Yacht Safety
In the spring of this year the Cruising Association launched a petition to make lobster pot markers safer for small craft. In two weeks they had 6,000 signatures and numerous reports of boats coming to grief by being caught up in lobster pot chains and ropes. The petition had then to be abandoned when the General Election was announced but was relaunched at the Southampton Boat Show in September.
They have had just over 5,300 signatures this time as those who signed the petition earlier thought their â€˜voteâ€™ would be carried through. This was not the case. The Governmentâ€™s petitions office shut down the earlier petition, losing all 6,000 signatures.
Link to website here with details of how to sign up for the petition.
Clubhouse opening times
A reminder that the Club is closed Sunday evenings, all day Monday and Tuesday evenings. On Tuesdays although the Clubhouse is open during the day there is no bar and catering service. (Coffee and tea available with honesty box). For full details of opening times please see visit the RCYC website.