ST MAWES SAILING CLUB

Chris' Summary

Chris' de Glanville thoughts of the project and the sub committee contact details.

THE COMMODORE'S SUMMARY

The Club acquired the Quay known as Stoneworks in 1958, and the slipway was constructed shortly after in 1961. The slipway resulted from some very forward-thinking members who could see that their Club was growing and needed that facility to enhance its future activities on the water.

Today’s members are grateful to those early thinkers. Some 60 years later, they have the opportunity to take this Club facility to a new level that will be dramatic in its improvement. It’s a big project, but it offers a genuine opportunity to improve the usefulness of the Sailing Club Quay and, in doing so, encourage more sailing and water-based activity.

Importantly, by providing more accessible and convenient access to the water, it will allow a more significant number of our members to enjoy their boating pursuits whilst at the same time providing a safer environment for JST and other Club users.

I would therefore wholeheartedly commend the project to you and thank you in advance for your vital support to enable this to happen.

Chris de Glanville,

Commodore

 
PONTOON SUB-COMMITTEE

Ian Matthews

Vice Commodore

Glenn Torpy

Rear Commodore (Sailing)

07843511448 

Mike Hutton

Committee Member

07815137135

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