Member Resources

Welcome Pack

  • Committee Members
  • Who to contact
  • Club Access
  • Club Keys
  • Website and Facebook
  • See More

Management Docs

  • Constitution
  • Club Rules
  • Boat Park Criteria
  • Incident Reporting
  • Subscription Renewal
  • See More


  • H&S Policy
  • Child Protection Policy
  • DBS checks
  • Dogs
  • See More

Operating Guidelines

  • RYA Centre Operating Manual
  • OnBoard Sailing
  • Ops n Tops Operating Manual
  • Ops n Tops Agreement
  • Council Meetings
  • Council Minutes
  • See More

Announcement: Next Council Meeting 16 Aug 2022

Ways to Help your Club

Join the Council

Members are always welcome on the Club Council.  Council can co-opt members to become full members and participate in meetings, or additional members to assist Council in specific tasks.

Become an Instructor

See the RTC (RYA Training Centre) Principal to express an interest in coaching and teaching.  Positions are always available for enthusiastic members to train as Senior Instructor, Instructor and Assistant Instructor.  Subsidised access to training courses is provided by  the club in exchange.

Join a Work Party

Work Parties are organised throughout the year to keep the facilities in good order.  Look out for adverts and requests for help and lend a hand.  If you have specific skills and talents that you want to offer contact a Council member.

Run the Clubhouse

Members are required to open and close access to the clubhouse and offer a basic galley service during the club activity days.  Add your name to the duty roster if you are interested.

Upcoming Events

Membership Renewal: 1 Jan 2023 …More Info

Sunday Race: tba …More Info

Wednesday Race: tba …More Info

Council Meeting: 18 Dec 2023 …More Info

Club Equipment

The club has a number of boats for hire to members and a range of grounds maintenance equipment to assist members keep the club site serviceable and tidy.

Boats can be hired through WebCollect.  The conditions for hire are as stated on the WebCollect site.


Welcome Pack


The club’s committee (referred to generally as Council) comprises the Flag Officers; Commodore, Vice Commodore, Hon Treasurer, Hon Secretary, together with upto 12 other members of the club.

The Council manages the club’s affairs on behalf of members and is organised to share responsibility for the various aspects of the club’s activities.


The clubhouse can be accessed (with a club key) at any time through the rear entrance of the building.  From there you can access changing areas and toilets.  The Lounge and Galley are not accessible except on activity days.

Clubhouse keys – are issued by either the Membership secretary or the Estate Team.
There is a £20 deposit for the keys. You will receive £10 back once they are returned.

Website & Facebook

Website – – Club information, events, news, webcam and members area.
Official Facebook Page –
Unofficial Facebook Group –

Management Documents

Constitution 2021 – view

Club Rules 2021 – view

Boat Park Criteria 2020 – view

Incident Reporting Form

Subscription Renewal Procedure

Code of Conduct – view



H&S Policy – view

Child Protection Policy – view

DBS Checks – view

Dog Policy – view

Operating Guidelines

RYA Centre Operating Manual – view

OnBoard Sailing – tba

Ops n Tops Operating Manual – under review

Ops n Tops Agreement – under review

Council Meeting Schedule – Council meetings are scheduled for the 3rd Tuesday of each month

Council Meeting Procedure – view

Council Minutes 2019/20 – view

Council minutes 2020/21 – view

Council minutes 2021/22 – view

Council minutes 2022/23 – view

Council minutes 2023/24 – view