Welcome to Trimpley! The family friendly sailing club in Worcestershire’s Severn valley.

We are a RYA recognised training centre. If you’ve never sailed before we offer learn to sail and powerboat 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.

Big thank you for your support for the Roz Harper fund

Thank you to everyone who supported the Roz Harper fund. The Members and supporters of Trimpley Sailing Club  raised £214.27 through donations for Coffee and Cake over the Mayday weekend which translated into a donation of $424 AUD as shown below. The donation was sent with a message of support from all at Trimpley. Thank you…

By 8390 Tuesday, 17 May 2016 Off

Push The Boat Out at Trimpley

On 21st May Trimpley hosts its annual open day to coincide with the RYA Push The Boat Out event. This is your chance to come and try sailing for free. See the full post for details…

By TSC Tuesday, 10 May 2016 Off

Roz Harper Fundraiser

A big thank you to everyone who came down and supported the fundraiser last weekend. Despite the typical bank holiday weather over £200 pound has been raised so far. As the sun is going to shine this weekend we are still accepting donations, unfortunately all the cake has gone! Jonathan

By 8390 Friday, 6 May 2016 Off

CASC ” red book “

Just a reminder that the CASC 2016 ” red book ”  in the clubhouse is for non-race day attendances. If you attend on a race day but do not sail and are not on duty please let the Race Officer or Flag Officer know that you are on site. They will record your attendance. Thanks  …

By stouty Friday, 6 May 2016 Off

May Day Pursuits 2016

With variable winds and a mixture of rain and sunny weather the 2016 May Day Pursuits saw four GP14s and six Lasers take to the water. The first race was won by Ralph Webb and Mik Neville for the GP14 class with Simon Yeomans dominant in the Laser class. In the second race Simon Fletcher…

By stouty Wednesday, 4 May 2016 Off

JB Smith results

After a good start the winds died off to nothing for this major two hour trophy race. Five GPs took to the water but with two retirements due to the wind conditions the winner by over 30 minutes was Ralph Webb and Mik Neville. In the Laser class Mike Dalziel and Ian Davies sailed a close…

By stouty Thursday, 21 April 2016 Off

Trimpley SC has a new World Champion

Alison Young has won the Ladies Radial World Championships in Mexico. Alison won the final race of thirteen races to clinch the title by one point from an American sailor. Ali has been sailing at TSC since she was eight years old. Just shows you have to start young to get results. Brilliant news. Well done…

By stouty Thursday, 21 April 2016 Off