Attached is the Notice of Race for the Laser Open at Trimpley SC on Saturday, 9 th September. NOTICE OF RACE- Trimpley SC _ Laser Open 9 Sept 2018
Why not come and join in a very different kind of racing for the Late Summer Pursuit. Given the right conditions you could start out first and stay ahead of the rest of the fleet to win the trophy. Awards are for the GP14s and Lasers based on personal handicaps and other boats sailing under Menagarie based PY scores. Read 3 more paragraphs
The sunshine continued to shine and did not let us down last weekend as 24 TSC members headed off to Llangorse for a weekend of sailing fun. We were made very welcome by Llangorse Sailing club on both days and whilst the winds were very calm, there was still fun to be had with some sailing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, walking and lots of laughter had by all. The juniors with us also thoroughly enjoyed attending the cadet session on the Sunday. A great weekend to try some different water and build upon our TSC friendships. Click on the photos to enlarge.
What a brilliant day ! Gorgeous hot, sultry weather - warm Trimpley winds and plenty of sailors and friends celebrating the club's 50th milestone. It was so good to see many "silver sailors" join us to sit in the shade and remember days past - nothing seems to have changed ! Read 7 more paragraphs
Come and join us on Saturday , July 7 for the club's 50th Anniversary Regatta. There are Fun Races from 1200 followed by the Ladies Plate at 1.15 pm and later in the evening the Ex Commodores' Race. Free sailing is available in between the racing. Read 4 more paragraphs
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! Read 3 more paragraphs
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