Archive for January, 2014

Jan 27 2014

New everyday Menus

Published by under Catering

Please view and try out our new menus and the days specials also if you would like to book for a special occasion i can produce menus to your needs.nevaehmenu5  nevaehmenu6

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Jan 21 2014

Update on Beach Re-cycling and Proposed Flood Gate 21st Jan 2014

Published by under Club Notices,Members

During late December your General Committee attended an on site meeting with Richard Atkins from Southend Borough Council together with the Council contractors to discuss the proposed sliding flood gate and their plans for beach re-cycling along the foreshore.

Since this meeting, we have been in regular and meaningful discussion with the Council officers and their contractors and it is encouraging to report that our Council are very supportive of TBYC and are prepared to listen and react to the concerns that your General Committee have and continue to put forward.

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Jan 21 2014

For Sale – Pico – Sail Number 12413

Published by under For Sale


Grey Hull. Training and Race sails.
Used once in last 2 years. In very good condition.
Just needs a good clean and a new bung

First offer over £1,000 secures the sale.

Boat park space included – paid to end March 2014.
Contact Grant Lodge Tel: 07768 275221 Email: [email protected]

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Jan 20 2014

Sunday Icicle 2

Published by under Racing,Videos and Photos

Video and edit thanks to Kerryn

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Jan 18 2014

Icicle1 Racing Saturday 18th January 2014 Racing Footage

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Video Footage from this Saturdays Icicle 1 Racing

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Jan 15 2014

“A Talk on the Crossrail Project” 8.30pm on 21st January 2014

Published by under Cruising,Social

Cross Rail 2014

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Jan 15 2014

Urgent Duty Swap Required for this Sunday 19th January

Published by under Duties

I am down for a duty on SS7 as crew this weekend. I have been called away for work and need to find someone to cover me. Please let me know if you can.

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Jan 13 2014

Update on Beach Re-cycling.

Published by under Club Notices

Hopefully the recent storms are now behind us and last week the Council made a start on beach re cycling at Shoebury Common to provide some protection for the beach hut owners east of our slipway who have taken a severe pounding during the past weeks.

I fully understand the concerns by members that there is talk of the Council removing sand from the Yacht Club beach to re cycle to the beach to the east.

To advise I have received a confirmation from Richard Atkins of SBC stating that the Council Contractors will not be removing sand from the Yacht Club bay – that is between the concrete groyne and the first wooden groyne. Furthermore SBC have also confirmed the contractors will be re cycling sand later this week from the second and third bays to the west – to beach hut owners to the east as well as to the Yacht Club beach to maintain our launching facilities.

A further report to follow on the beach re cycling and proposed flood gate.

Mike Thomason

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Jan 13 2014

Sunday Carvery 19th January 2014

Published by under Catering

Hi All the Sunday Carvery is on this Sunday. The usual wonderful food will be available. Please book early as weekend sailing is on, so I expect to busy. Please call 07763511657 or email [email protected]

or email fast links, Book 2 Seats 4 Seats 8 Seats

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Jan 12 2014

Newsbuoy – Past and Present

Published by under Club Notices

IssuuAll past and present Newsbuoys that are in our recent glossy format are now available on ISSUU. ISSUU is a website which allows good access to magazine material and has many other sailing related publications in an easy to read format, which can be accessed from most platforms. I have just found it very interesting going back through the years.

If you have a login you can also follow TBYC to be notified of any updates when published.

Go to Newsbuoy Archive

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