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0 Replies and 1450 Views Inland Championship this weekend Started by Mike Pearce The forecast for this weekend is 'Warm and breezy with sunny spells' - perfect for the Inland Championship at Chew Valley Lake SC on 13th & 14th May 2017. More info:
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11 May 2017 12:38 PM
0 Replies and 1638 Views Chew Valley Lake SC Open - 29 & 30th October Started by Mike Pearce We're trying a new format at the Chew Valley Open this year: more, shorter races. We've scheduled 4 on Saturday (followed by a fish and chip supper at the great Salt & Malt Restaurant overlooking the Lake) and 3 races on Sunday. In addition to the great racing on one of the best lakes in the country there's plenty to do for your non-sailing family or friends who may wish to come along - cycling, walking, fishing, visiting Bath & Bristol, etc. etc. The Notice of Race is available here...
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14 Oct 2016 05:00 PM
1 Replies and 2648 Views Sailing events in the sea Started by lee williams Hi all, We are hoping to travel to more events next year once we get our road trailer repaired and would really like to take part in events in the sea, they don't have to be specific FF15 events just somewhere that is easy to launch and recover and with some good handicap sailing, anyone got any advice on the best events to aim for Cheers Lee
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21 Aug 2015 12:55 PM
0 Replies and 2519 Views Flying 15s at Falmouth Week Started by Mike Pearce Eight visiting boats joined two local boats in a great week of racing in Carrick Roads, Falmouth, UK that threw everything at the fleet from perfect sailing to torrential rain. Congratulations to Doug and Gail Patterson (Chew Valley Lake SC) who won this year after being 2nd three times in the past! A well deserved win. As always the shore events were spectacular. They included the Red Arrows and a great fireworks display. Nick Woodley of Royal Cornwall YC and '...
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20 Aug 2015 07:19 PM
0 Replies and 2477 Views Rutland SC FF Open June 2015 results Started by Mike Pearce See the full results here - it took a while to find them on the club website... Mike
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24 Jun 2015 10:44 AM
4 Replies and 2340 Views Should the Association only allow the Association's own Championships as Open Meetings? Started by F15 Publicity I have been to a few open events over the last year or two and when they are not Association Championship events they tend (with one or two exceptions such as Grafham) to be poorly attended by visitors. In discussion with other classes, some only publicise (read - allow) official Association Open Meetings. Is this a road for UKFFA to travel or is wider experience that clubs are happy with the number of visitors they get to Open Meetings. 'The Pres'
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