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News and Future updated 19Dec

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Personal Items

And now a word from our sponsors (i.e. The AQSC Management Committee). Please remove all personal items from the changing rooms at the end of the sailing day. The changing rooms are NOT storage areas and items left there WILL be disposed of. You have been warned!

Also there is far to much in the store room; it is not for storage of personal items that are seldom used and all items left there MUST be identified with the owner name or sail number else it may be disposed of.
Mike Baker

Monday 15 January The next main committee meeting is at 7:30pm at the club.

27 January The Burns Night dinner AT 5:30pm don’t be late (Note earlier time). Booking essential. Another Wheeler deal so don’t miss out; details.


On Monday New Year’s Day 2018 there were 14 members at lunch and tea; story and photos.

20 December The AQSC social calendar for 2017 ended on the on the eve of the winter solstice with “Christmas Nibbles”; story, photos.

On 10 December Deborah Lea organised and prepared a delicious Cheats Xmas lunch; story, photos.

03 December On each Sunday since the end of the Series races on 5 November there have been 10 to 14 at the club for burgers and tea & cakes provided by Mike Hendra. It has been fine, no current but light winds and not much sailing. Today there was no wind and Alastair went out in the patrol boat with a friend who is going to join, and Graham went for a long canoe; up to Sunbury lock and back around Platts Ait.

02 December There were around 30 members at the AGM; story, photos by Frank Raindbrough.

Sunday 19 November turned out to be a pleasant and interesting day at our mansion by the river.  No racing but enough wind for 2 Lasers and a Bosun and sufficient sun for some comfortable Patrol Boat handling. John Botterill wore the Burger King hat and Jean did her Mary Berry thing with cake for tea. 13 members came to the club

18 November The November issue of Sunbury Matters had a story Slum Boats - The EA Responds that may be of interest.

12 November was fine with a strong cold NW wind. Quite a few members were clearing up after the Annual dinner; no one wanted to go sailing.

11 November Annual Dinner Story, Photos