The Club bar will be open as follows over the next fortnight:

Monday 23rd Dec – Closed as usual
Tuesday 24th Dec – 20:00 – 22:00
Christmas Day – CLOSED
Boxing Day – CLOSED
Friday 27th Dec – 17.00 – 23.30
Saturday 28th Dec – 14.30 – 23.30
Sunday 29th Dec – 15.00 – 19.30
Monday 30th Dec – Closed as usual
Hogmanay – 20:00 – 02:00
New Year’s Day- CLOSED
Thursday 2nd Jan – CLOSED
Friday 3rd Jan – 17.00 – 23.30
Saturday 4th Jan – 14.30 – 23.30
Sunday 5th Jan – 15.00 – 19.30

Hogmanay at the Club

The Club will be open from 8pm on Hogmanay through until 2am on New Year’s Day.

As usual the festivities will be informal. Bring your own snacks & games. There will be some live music courtesy of the Vice-President and his troop. There will also be FIREWORKS

Look forward to seeing you all in the New Year.







For anyone looking for some light exercise on Friday 3rd January we are planning a work party at 6pm to take down the Christmas decorations in the clubhouse. All welcome to take part.

Dr. Jang Dilawari and his wife Rani are running a fundraiser dinner in the clubhouse tomorrow night for a Charity in India that they support. All are welcome to attend. The event starts at 6:30pm.

The Charity is the Karunalaya Trust. More information about the Trust can be found at the following Facebook page

The Club’s Committee is pleased to announce that two members have volunteered to join committee. They are Rose Sloan, who joins us to look after Subscriptions, and Paul Edgar who will be representing canoeing interests.

They are keen to work with other members in their roles and are looking for support from you all. The Committee is very pleased to have their support and welcomes them.

Your Committee Needs You


If you are interested in a role on Committee we currently have space for three more and would be keen to hear from anyone interested in the following posts;
House Convener
Social Convener
Rescue Boat & Beach

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