Stangate Creek Chilli 22nd August 2021



Don't forget the Stangate Creek Chilli.

High Water:12:39; Height:5.41

All welcome but please contact Dave Smith on Facebook or send an email via the contacts page on the club website so that we have some idea of numbers

Bring your own rice or pasta, Chilli and garlic bread will be provided. See you there.

Map is attached in case you can't find it as the chimney's still gone!!

Dave Smith (host for the day).

GP14 OPEN Meeting

Saturday 10th July 2021

3 Races

First Start 12:45

Steve Corbet #SailingSecretary

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As some of you may be aware, the Commodore of EYC and I have been working along with the Interclub Committee to highlight the problem of PWC’s speeding close to the beach where swimmers, kayakers and paddle boarders are all using the water.  

So far we have had a positive response from SBC, our Local MP, and Leigh Town Council but we still need to keep the pressure up to make sure the bit of water that we use is safe for everyone.
I have copied a response that we have received from Paul Gilson.

"I am pleased to say my meeting with the Essex Police commissioner and Chief inspector Hughs went very well yesterday.
Good news today they will be commissioning another police PWC, that will make it two. They hope to work together at the various hot spots around the county and there are many.
What they have requested from us is information, many claim they have reported the incidents they have witnessed. In fact it appears that many do not report and they do not have the levels of information that we think they have. The police act on the level of incident figures and we need to report every time. Even if its multiple times of the same incident, when its report you will get an incident number.
They have asked me to be the hub for those reported incident numbers.(This is to insure that the incidents are reported).
You as a club or the individual/members pass the details of the incident and the incident number provided by the police to my council email address. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
So life at risk, 999, dangerous and anti social acts 101 and you can also report it on line but its the incident numbers is what we need to see. This is not a Coastguard matter, it is a police matter."

To this end, there will be a blank proforma letter on the web site to allow members to report any incidents to Councillor Gilson.
Many thanks
Steve
#Commodore

In a change to the published programme, the Harry Feltham Trophy Races will start together with the EYC @ 13:25