Sunday 9th February 2020
CLUB NOTICE BOARD
Saturday 7th March at 7.00pm
The Bridge Inn, Acle
Detiails now posted
FRIDAY NIGHTS AT THURNE LION
Following on from last winter's successful initiative there will be an EACC table booked
at The Lion on Friday evenings throughout the winter unless otherwise notified here or on our
No booking this week (28th February as Quiz on 27th)
Last updated 16th February 2020
Check here for latest club news and information
Flags, Pennants and Burgees remain available
directly from our Insignia Officer
Jane Stevens (RC Pippinjack) Click here for details
We are also now on Twitter
Our address is @EACruisingClub
HELP KEEP THE CLUB SITE TIDY
MANY THANKS TO ALL MEMBERS WHO VOLUNTEERED
TO CUT THE GRASS IN 2019
A New Rota will be posted here at the
start of next season
Mooring at the Moorings
Please note that members are entirely at liberty to
use the club moorings frontage for temporary
moorings picnics, BBQs etc whenever they wish
between 1st March and 31st December.
However boats who are not mooring holders should not be
left there unattended without prior consent of committee.
Please contact the moorings officer
on Members' ADS including
1 River Cruiser
1 Yare and Bure One Design
EACC's chosen charity for 2020 is
NORFOLK SCHOOLS SAILING ASSOCIATION
NSSA is a local charity run by volunteers and based on Filby Broad. They provide sail training opportunities for children aged from 8-18. They get no local authority funding and rely on grants, donations and membership fees to cover their operating costs.
Last year EACC raised a magnificent
£818.00 for NANSA
(Norfolk And Norwich Scope Association for
teenagers and adults with learning, physical and
complex additional needs or disabilities)
David and Lesley visted NANSA on 10th January and presented a cheque for £818
Thanks to Lesley and Roger Everett
for co-ordinating our efforts
The club safety boat moored in Thurne Dyke may be
used by members for legitimate uses.
On rare occasions a safety boat may not be available.
The dates will be published here.
Both safety boats are now laid up for the winter