Our racing calendar for 2022 is now available to download. Don’t worry if you’ve never raced before – we’re a friendly bunch and it’s not as daunting as many think!
For any member who already helps, or is interested in helping with Sailability – or generally interested in becoming more aware of disabilities and access to sailing and watersports we have a training course just for you! Brett Cokayne, RYA Disability
Please come along if you’d like to help out at our popular training courses in 2022. If you’re not an instructor then don’t worry – there are loads of jobs to help with on the courses! If you’d like to
The new committee makeup is reflected in the committee gallery opposite. To contact any member of the committee by email just click their image. Please be patient if a reply is takes a few days as some new committee members
This now includes information about the management of Covid-19 risk. All Safety boat cox and crew should be familiar with, and follow, the risk management procedures outlined in this document. Visit the members’ page and you’ll find it in the
The club safety officer, Steve Hawksworth, has created a Covid Secure risk assessment for control of risk whilst accessing the club facilities during the Coronavirus outbreak. All members should make themselves familiar with the risks and follow all control measures.
The Committee are pleased to announce the club grounds and lake will be open to club members from Saturday 16th May. Please note the following important points: There is no club organised sailing. Any members visiting the site must do
GIRTON SAILING CLUB LIMITED NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting of Girton Sailing Club Limited will be held in the Clubhouse at 7.30pm on Friday 25th October 2019 The Minutes of the A.G.M. held 4th
It’s a busy weekend at the club as we’ll have both Sea Cadets windsurfing all weekend and Gainsborough Scouts on the water on Saturday. It’ll be great to have the club so busy with young people on the water but