Hi all, we’re planning on updating the
combination codes to the Pontoon and other gates around the club at the end of
the month (Sunday Eve 30th June). If you are a current member and require
access please contact any of the following for new codes:
Myself James VanSchagen Rearcommodore@burnhamsc.co.uk
Sally Harbott ViceCommodore@burnhamsc.co.uk
Liz Tolhurst email@example.com
John Paul Jhpaul@btinternet.com
Fiona Fraser firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Hutcheon email@example.com
Lucy Heathfield firstname.lastname@example.org (SUPs)
Roger Simmons email@example.com (Kayaks)
Many Thanks James V
We had a brilliant night at the Bingo! Thanks to all of those who attended and well done to John Mellard for winning the big prize at the end! Our next social night is a Pie & Pint night with some yummy food and lots of traditional pub games. Poster is attached with all the details. Please ensure that you email firstname.lastname@example.org to book – you’ll have a choice of pie options upon booking. Vegetarian Option and Child’s option also available.
Date for your diaries – the 2017 Prizegiving Dinner will be on Saturday October 14th.
Further details to follow.
Please click the following link to see what is happening at the BSC during Burnham Week. NOTE : BOOKINGS NECESSARY (mostly)!
BSC Burnham Week Socials
John Torrance Dinghy Trophy & Hog Roast
Wednesday 30th August 2017
Dinghy Racing – Fast Handicap, Slow Handicap and Optimists. Entry via the Burnham Week website http:///burnhamweek.com (entry fee £5/boat)
Hogroast – Bookings Required via Rosemary Prior email@example.com or 01621 782683
The “Commodore’s Cruise” will go ahead this Sunday 11th June.
We plan to go to North Fambridge, departing BSC around 11am.
High water (Burnham) is 14:23 so up on the flood and home on the ebb. Thankfully the very windy weather we have had over the past couple of days looks like it will subside a little (av 11kts gusting 15kts). All welcome but recommended that dinghy sailors are competent (it is quite a long way for small dinghies). Volunteer and a RIB will act as safety.