Update on the proposed development of the EACC Site
was held on Monday 25th May 2020
Photo: David Thompson
SOME EMERGENCY DREDGING WAS DONE ON THE MOORINGS
Tuesday 9th June
Berth holders on the club moorings have had difficulty getting their boats into their berths when the water level was extremely low a couple of weeks ago. The Committee therefore agreed that it was necessary to have the bar of silt situated between the posts and the river removed.
CLUB NOTICE BOARD
Latest situation, Spring Regatta and EACC Social Media
18th and 19th July
There is now a plan for this to go ahead with certain provisos
Last updated 16th June 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
The aluminium Safety boat is in the water and fully operational. Its cover, the fuel tank and the keys are all in the usual place. The grass has been cut and the mowing rota has been reinstated, More volunteers are needed please.
HELP KEEP THE CLUB SITE TIDY
To view or add your name to the rota click on the link above
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
A TEMPORARY MOORING MAY BE AVAILABLE ON
THE EACC SITE FOR THE REST OF THIS YEAR ONLY
The club safety boat moored in Thurne Dyke may be
used by members for legitimate uses, when available.
On rare occasions a safety boat may not be available.
The dates will be published here.
From Thursday 14th May the safety boat may be used but please bring sanitising materials for use before and afterwards
on Members' ADS including
1 Yare and Bure One Design
Price Reduced 16 June 2020
We are also now on Twitter
Our address is @EACruisingClub
(RCC 429 - Pickle)
Sadly Sarah Montague died on
Saturday 18th April
(RCC 202 - Marilyn Ann)
It is with great sadness we announce the death of Phil Dring who passed away peacefully in the
EACC's chosen charity for 2020 and 2021 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