GP14 Open Report

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. Read 6 more paragraphs

Regatta & 50th Anniversary Celebration

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.  

June training course – volunteers needed

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. Read 5 more paragraphs

Trimpley SC GP14 Open – Sailing Instructions

SAILING INSTRUCTIONS 2017-2020 1          Rules

1.1       The series of races will be governed by the “rules” as defined in the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS). The prescriptions of the RYA, the Notice of Race, these Sailing Instructions, the rules of Trimpley Sailing Club, Class Association and the requirements of Severn Trent Water.

1.2      Boats are expected to be members of the relevant Class Association and possess a valid measurement certificate.

1.3       Only certified sails shall be used in accordance with the Class Association rules.

1.4       A boat or equipment may be checked by the Race Committee for the compliance of applicable rules.

1.5       Distinguishing numbers: a boat may with the permission of the Race Committee use sails with a distinguishing mark other than the registered number of the boat.

1.6       Trimpley Sailing Club supports the RYA Racing Charter & that when entering, competitors undertake to sail in compliance with the Charter.

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Push the Boat Out 2018

TSC welcomed visitors offering sailing tasters in a GP14 and the chance to chat with members to see and hear what we do, who we are and what a great place to be Trimpley is!

If you visited us and signed up for contact and  haven't heard from one of our committee in the next 7 days, please email to check we have correctly noted your contact details.

Thank you especially to all the members that came and helped the day go so smoothly and continue to make TSC the friendly and welcoming place it is⛵⛵

Sailing in May

Warm, balmy weather. Perfect winds for taking out visitors. Lots of young children and Mums and Dads- what a great afternoon for "Try Sailing in May ". Thanks to the thirty + members who came to make this such a successful event. It was such an enjoyable day. The cakes were delicious but I missed out on the sausage rolls. Well done Linda and her galley staff. Check out Facebook for more photos.