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Jan 122018

Thank you to the intrepid workers today . Ray, Jon, Stuart, Stan and Bill, standing proudly by the start of the bonfire! Mention must also go to Peter Wyche and Ian Noble (and I think it was Stan again), who also worked through on Friday ahead of the Saturday team.

The Jetties are now prepped for our contractor to start pulling out the larger sections and piles.

No working party on Sunday, we’ll update you when we have another planned.

 Posted by on 12/01/2018

Rib Helm / Rescue lead

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Dec 282017

Budworth Sailing club is seeking an enthusiastic, personable and competent Power boat helm to support our Sunday racing club activities and coach and lead our safety teams each week.

The person must hold an RYA PB2 certificate and be willing to undertake further training with a PB instructor to the level of a RYA Safety boat helm or possibly to PB instructor level.

The role will be to cover from noon to 5pm each Sunday from mid March to 3rd week in December.

The person will be responsible for helming a rescue boat, ensuring the competence of the other rescue helms and delivering a support service to the clubs members and visiting sailors. The person will also coach and assist rescue crews in rescue methods and boat operation when appropriate and safe to do so and without disrupting sailing. You will operate within an agreed framework to ensure that you are fully supported at the club.

You will also be one of a small number of the Budworth Committee team who will be able to sign off and authorise rib usage on an annual basis.

The successful person will report to the committee and will be supervised by the assistant racing secretary.

If you are interested please submit a letter of application to bsccom@budworthsc.org.uk

Salary for the role: £8 to £12 / hour dependent on experience and qualifications

Contract is fixed term for 40 Sundays for 8 months starting 25th March 2018. It is the intention to renew this for a 2nd year, however this will only be confirmed after the club AGM in November.

Additional training when agreed will be paid for by Budworth SC, but will be undertaken on unpaid time.


Full Role description can be found here.

Rescue role job description

 Posted by on 28/12/2017

Autumn Prizegiving

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Dec 162017
Autumn Prizegiving

It is the prize giving on Sunday, 17th December, after sailing for the Autumn series, being the penultimate sailing day of the year.

 Posted by on 16/12/2017

Annual Prizegiving and Club Social on Saturday

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Nov 092017
Annual Prizegiving and Club Social on Saturday

Saturday 11th November Budworth Sailing Club’s Annual Prizegiving and End of Season Social  Start – 7pm for quiz and games (there is a small entry fee for the quiz per team) Annual Prize Giving – 7:45pm Nibbles available (no meal)  Be there or miss out!

BSC Abandoned property – GP14-12227

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Sep 092017
BSC Abandoned property - GP14-12227

Notice of Intent Pursuant to Rule 24 – Abandoned Property

Having made strenuous efforts over a long period to contact the owner of GP 14 sail number 12227 without success, we  are now pubishing the attached notice.
Dated 9 September 2017
Roger Gardner BSC Secretary.

 Posted by on 09/09/2017

All teams started

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Sep 092017
All teams started

As the race gets underway, the sun comes out, the wind is great, all set for the start in much better conditions than we expected earlier when the rain was pouring down! Lets hope it lasts, as everyone has cheered up now 😀

Do check out our facebook feed where we are posting some videos!