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Survey Feedback already providing lots of useful info


Some great feedback to date from members via our survey. Thanks if you have taken the survey, and please take 5 minutes to complete if you haven't. We are especially keep to hear more from members who have recently joined, windsurfers, SUP members, and those in the lower age categories.

Here are some of the summary responses to date:

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Tuesday and Wednesday evening sailing


Another great evening on the water last night. Don't forget single hander racing on a Tuesday evening and novice / improver sessions on a Wednesday evening during the summer - a great way to relax.

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RYA Junior Midland Series - Ogston date confirmed as 1st June


The RYA Junior series that will see its finale at Bartley in September is adding another date at Ogston SC on 1st June to provide a second opportunity to gain points at the venue after the previous attempt was called off due to lack of wind. The following week there will be the next round at Notts County. The series is open to juniors from 8 to 18. If you would like more details please e-mail

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Laser Success at Bristol Corinthian


Building winds greeted the team of visiting Lasers to Bristol Corinthian but by the time it came to start the back to back 3 races the wind shifted, died and then filled in 20” degrees left. So the PRO had his work cut out to relay the course.

Race 1; Jeremy maintained his previous bullet off line starts and powered off and lead to the first buoy but by the bottom of the Olympic trapezoid course the fleet were all over him and back on the beat john overtook. But on the following downwind leg the leading bunch get interwoven with the Solos and this gave Neil Crosby the chance to charge through. By the next leg it was nip and tuck to the line with Neil taking honours, and john and Robin Pitt close behind. Meanwhile Graham Royle was fighting hard with Local man Simon Beck and doing really well.

Second race john got a clean start and held it to the gun. Whilst Jeremy Higson was always there but had a tough battle against Robin Pitt who finally came in close behind for second.

This meant it was wide open for second, third and fourth sailors places, so race three was important to get away with a clean start. John and Jeremy took an early lead and this combination finished in that order followed by Robin Pitt and Neil Crosby.

This meant there was a tie in points with all three of them on 5 net. But on the low points system uses the result of the last race so final positions were.

1st John G Ling 2 pts

2nd Neil Crosby 5pts

3rd Jeremy Higson 5pts

4th Robin Pitt 5pts

5th Simon Beck 10pts

6th Graham Royle 12pts

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Your Part in the Club's Future


As part of our business planning for the club we are really interested in the views of our membership and would love to know your feedback on what you love and what you think needs some work to improve.

The following link opens a short questionnaire that will help us collate all responses. It should take only a few minutes to complete (unless you want to provide lots of detail) and will enable us to ensure our future direction is aligned to our members requirements as well as the external market trends. This is one of the ways your voice can be heard so please take the opportunity to help us to help you and your needs.

Please click on the link (or cut and paste into your browser) to complete the survey: Bartley S.C. Feedback survey

If you are having issues accessing the link please email and we will get it resolved for you.

Thanks in advance for your feedback.


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Southport 24 Hour race

Hi All


The sailing committee have been asked by a few members if the club are interested in entering the above event.

This is a 24 hour sailing race around the marine lake in southport for either GP14, enterprise, Firefly and Lark class dinghies. the format is that the boat keeps going and the sailors change as and when it suits the team.

There are normally around 70 teams entered.

The dates of the event this year are 14th and 15th September with a lunchtime start time.

Most teams take around 5 or 6 pairs to sail.

In order to assess the viability of entering a team would you please let me know by e mail to  if you would be interested in attending.

The details regarding team captain, type of boat, and costs etc will follow in due course if we have sufficient interest.

If you have a prefence to the type of boat please also let me know.

If you require further information there are 2 sailing clubs on the lake at Southport and the event is organised by the West Lancs Yacht Club details are available on their website.




Steve Ward


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K2O kicks off with RYA level 1 and 2 courses


K2O kicks off in earnest this Saturday morning as Bartley's ever popular junior and youth club starts the training season. This year we have 2 groups (and a waiting list) for our level 1 and 2 courses and the usual faces returning for the level 3 and 4 sessions throughout the spring and summer months. We have 3 new members of our instructor team all of whom have progressed through the K2O club themselves and are now learning what it is like to be on the other side of the training program - great experience for them, great resource for the club, and they can use their qualification to travel further afield should they wish; everybody wins!

Please extend the usual warm welcome to any new faces you see at the club and help them find their way around if they are looking lost.

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Defibrillator (AED) Training - 4th June 19.00hrs



The club has recently purchased a defibrillator and will be providing training in its use on 4th June at 19.00hrs. The training takes approx 70 minutes and provides a comprehensive guide and practical session in the use of the AED. This device may save your life or you may be the one using it to save another's life so please come along to the session to ensure you are confident in how to use it.

When the training has been administered the AED will be activated and ready for use in the club.

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Free Whistles!


As a follow on to our feature on safety a number of members got in touch to reinforce the importance of sailors carrying a whistle to draw attention when in trouble. To help us all a number of whistles have been left in the OOD hut for members to take 'free of charge' if they do not already have one. First come first served - when they are gone they are gone so pick one up quickly!

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Reminder - Push the Boat Out Tomorrow 6th May

Just a quick reminder that Rockley will be running Push the Boat Out at Bartley tommorrow should you have any friends or family who would like the opportunity to try sailing for the first time.

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