... as they like to say in Iceland. In celebration of Icelandic Language Day, all conversation at the pool session tomorrow will be in Icelandic. Enjoy!
... it's nearly time for the Winter Newsletter! Which means you, dear reader, have your quarterly opportunity for fame, fortune and the adulation of your peers. Tell us about your paddling adventures - or gear, or races, or poetry, or anything else you think we'd be interested in. The newsletter will be a barren thing if you don't! Deadline is November 25th - articles to me, please - and don't forget the photos!
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A new front door was fitted to the clubhouse today, many thanks to Richard and Roy for getting it done, so your old keys are now of no use. I will be at the club on Wednesday evening (13th) and on Sunday morning (17th) to issue a new key to any club member who wants one, there is a cost of £4. There are keys for this door in the main and racing boat stores, if you use one of these please remember to put it back. Thanks
Did you know? You can add your own photos to the website. Just log in and follow the instructions here.
The fire extinguisher was first patented on this day in 1722 by a man revelling in the unlikely name of French C. Hopffer. Still, you should be safe at the pool session tomorrow.
Did you know? Minutes of all the committee and Coach Development Group meetings are on the website. Keep up to date with the decisions being made and make your voice heard.
If you're not going on one of the trips tomorrow (22nd Sept) and are planning on paddling from the Club, be aware there is a rowing race. We will be meeting at the Club as usual and ferrying up to Yalding for a paddle on a quieter stretch. If you have roof bars, straps or vans, please bring them along!