Upnor Sailing Club will be opening our doors so folks will be able to come and have a chat about our club and its activities. We were founded 58 years ago: our clubhouse in Lower Upnor has great views of the Medway where you can enjoy the view with a drink from the bar, with secure car parking at the rear. We have a busy sailing and social programme and a friendly and knowledgeable membership. We have 84 regularly serviced trot moorings that are accessible from our all tide pontoon. We currently have some spaces available to new members.
Medway Cruising Club is running two open days in conjunction with the Watersports Centre and under the RYA Push The Boat Out initative. This is a great opportunity for us to show off our facilities and what we do. The Open Days are on 5 and 6 May opening times are 11:00 to 16:00. There will be loads to see and do. Poster flyers are available in A4 and A5 size if you know somewhere that one can be posted.
We are holding our annual Open Season Party here at the Kent Boat & Ski Club to celebrate the upcoming boating season on Saturday 27th April, and was wondering if anyone from the Medway and Swale Boating Association would be interested in coming along. Entry is free and it starts at 7pm followed by a BBQ served at 8pm and the Loose Change band will be playing during the evening. It would be great to see as many of you there as possible. Contact Erin Bailey
Medway Council are pleased to be hosting the River Festival 2018 in conjunction with The Historic Dockyard Chatham. This year it will be taking place within the Historic Dockyard Chatham and all land based activities need to be booked with them using the form attached. Due to the needs of exhibition space Medway Council are pleased to offer a marquee where necessary – please make sure this is indicated on the form.
If your club or organisation would like a stand and/or power supply, please use the relevant request forms below provided by Medway Council:
Please make sure the forms are submitted by 28 May 2018. Should you have any questions please go directly to Alana Almond firstname.lastname@example.org
This year the festival will take place at Chatham Historic Dockyard, which is celebrating its 400th anniversary by offering free access to everyone on 16 June. There will be “have-a-go” water activities on the Mast Pond and other activities on the river which you can watch from the area between HMS Gannet and the submarine HMS Ocelot. Other historic vessels will be open for visitors at the east end of Basin 1 (Chatham Maritime Marina) and there will be a Parade of Sail featuring historic vessels in the afternoon. High tide is at 3.30pm.
If any local boating clubs and organisations would like a stall at the Dockyard, please email email@example.com and we will pass on your request. We are hoping that the Council will provide tables and gazebos but this is to be confirmed.