Trimpley Sailing Club is a small, friendly, family focussed club in the Severn Valley, North Worcestershire.
We are a RYA approved training centre. If you’ve never sailed before we offer learn to sail and power boat courses throughout the year. If you’ve done some sailing before we can help you improve; we have club racing all year round, and training courses to help you get better.
Whilst TSC is an amazing place to sail in the beautiful Severn Valley, it also provides the opportunity to meet friendly, like minded people who want to enjoy the sport a little further afield. This weekend I had the opportunity to do just that!
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The latest round of the GP14 Midland Bell championship took place against the picturesque backdrop of the Severn Valley at Trimpley Sailing Club.
June 10th saw a healthy 14 boats take to the water in light, fluky winds, including 5 visiting friends from Nantwich & Borders and Midland sailing clubs. As usual, three hour-long races were run with results from 2 to count.
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A balmy June Sunday with the usual fickle winds. Fourteen boats on the water. Visitors took the first three places. Simon Fletcher and John Cookson were the first TSC boat in 4th place overall.
Well done to the galley crew and the Race crew who ensured that the races were astonishingly well run!
The club celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. We will be holding a Regatta on SATURDAY 7 JULY to commemorate this memorable event.
There will be plenty of 'fun' events for children and adults as well as food and opportunities to reminisce about good times at Trimpley. More details later. An important date for your diary.
The Open Day was a great success and ensured our June training course is full with 6 adults and 6 Juniors.
This takes place on June 23 & 24 . The course runs from 9am to 5pm each day.
If you can help on these days please let us know. Don't worry if you can’t support both days just indicate which day you can do. For powerboat drivers, you need to hold a PBL2 certificate.
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