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  • CSC Roadmap Out of Lockdown - Step 2

    The Government have announced that they are progressing to Step 2 on the Roadmap from Monday 12th April 2021. The changes that will apply at Coniston Sailing Club from then are: Entry into the clubhouse will be via the North side door and exit via the kitchen door (if you have been in kitchen) or South door. The kitchen may

    Published 12:51 on 8 Apr 2021

  • Coniston Sailing Club Roadmap out of Lockdown

    Monday 29th March 2021 Attached is the latest version of our Roadmap out of Lockdown which applies from Monday 29th March 2021. Please remember the grounds remain closed until this date. The Roadmap is based on the latest guidance from the RYA as at 19th March 2021. It will be updated as and when necessary and certainly in the week preceding each Step date.

    Published 13:06 on 26 Mar 2021

  • Boat storage for 2021

    Following the communication issued on 25th February, the Covid Committee continue to work on the risk assessments for opening the club in line with the Government roadmap. We are expecting further information from Sport England, via the RYA, early next week and will issue our own roadmap prior to the 29th March. This e-mail includes specific details regarding boats in the car park, launching cruisers and bringing your boats onto

    Published 10:59 on 19 Mar 2021

  • Covid-19 - Roadmap out of Lockdown

    Covid-19 - Roadmap out of Lockdown From 8th March, some people in England will see restrictions start to lift and the government's four-step roadmap offer a route back to a more normal life. However, for Coniston Sailing Club, there is no change to the current lockdown conditions (all areas closed) until 29th March. This post outlines some initial changes and as we receive more detailed RYA and Government guidelines, we

    Published 08:20 on 1 Mar 2021

  • Ian Stancliffe

    I regret to inform members of the death of Ian Stancliffe, founding member of Coniston Sailing Club, at the age of 89. Some of you will remember Ian, some will be aware of the name and others will never have heard of him but Coniston Sailing Club would not exist in its current format without Ian, his vision and his dedication and drive to forming and building CSC. You can read much more

    Published 11:02 on 24 Jan 2021

  • Coronavirus Update 5th January 2021

    I am sure you are aware that the UK has been placed back in a National Lockdown from today. Full details of what you can and can't do can be found at www/ gov.uk/coronavirus and, as in November all outdoor sports venues must close. Consequently, in addition to the closing of the toilet as advised last week the club grounds, including the car park are

    Published 10:34 on 24 Jan 2021

  • Coronavirus Update

    As members will be aware Lockdown 2 ends at midnight tonight (1st December) and new Covid-19 rules come into effect from Wednesday 2nd December . These rules form part of the Governments Winter Plan and all areas of England will be placed in one of 3 tiers. Coniston is in Tier 2. Grassroots sport, including sailing and boating, will be allowed to resume from this date and clubs and marinas

    Published 08:10 on 2 Dec 2020

  • Hartley Boats - Wayfarer Offer

    Richard Hartley of Hartley Boats has asked us to post the following offer: I should like to encourage your Wayfarer sailors and do so with the following winter offers, just quote e-mail R Hartley 6/09/2020 1. Racing sails and Cruising sails Less 25% from list price. 2. Boat spares and fittings less 20% from list price. 3. Boat Covers and Chandlery items less 15% from list

    Published 00:00 on 9 Oct 2020

  • Cruiser Retrieval 17th October

    We are planning to hold a cruiser retrieval day with the Boating Centre tractor on Saturday 17th October, starting at 10AM and running through to 3PM at the latest. Due to the ongoing and rapidly changing rules with the pandemic, we would like to ask members to only sign up if they need the tractor for retrieval, as we would like to keep the numbers of people onsite to a minimum on

    Published 21:17 on 1 Oct 2020

  • Covid update 12 - 25/9/20

    Due to the rising number of COViD cases, the Government has brought in additional measures which will change some things at the club. Firstly we have registered for our QR code. A poster has been placed at the main entry and exit doors of the club. This will allow you to scan the code if you have downloaded the NHS app. Secondly we have made a number of changes to the way that

    Published 09:28 on 25 Sep 2020

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