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“It’s that time of year again”

Nov 21st, 2013 | By

We are after your money again, It’s time for the annual sponsored swim again, in previous years we have raised funds for own club, For training equipment and a replacement engine for one of our rescue boats which many of you have had the chance to have a trip out on her. This year we have

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Social trip to Splashdown

Nov 5th, 2013 | By

Sun 24th November To all Club members:  We would like to invite you to a club social trip to splashdown followed by a meal at Pizzahut after the success of last years trip, unlike last years trip this is open to all members please find attached an information letter and permission slip also this will

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Oct 21st, 2013 | By

there are currently no special notices. further notices when published will appear here.

USB Sticks Have Arrived

Oct 10th, 2013 | By

The club has now issued all rookie members with a new USB stick which contains the rookie handbook

New Container is now in use

Oct 6th, 2013 | By

The new container is now un business and has its first batch of gear in. Thanks to Brian for building all the racking and to Malcolm for varnishing the floor. The Storage container will be well used to store all the gear form the clubs annual Brownsea swim as well as assisting East Dorset Open

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New Fleet of Kayaks

Oct 4th, 2013 | By

To help strengthen our Safety Fleet and enable us to continue providing good safe solid safety cover at the numerous events we cover each year the club has just placed an order for 10 sit on top kayaks along with new PFDs, Paddle tops and paddles. These should all be with us soon and we

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Rookie News

Sep 22nd, 2013 | By

test news

What a Legacy

Aug 7th, 2013 | By

A fabulous evening celebrating the naming/blessing of Legacy at the Royal Motor Yatch Club, Poole. A huge thanks to Brian for organising the evening and sourcing the funding. A huge thanks to both Brian and Stuart for sourcing/organising the boat after their Olympic safety cover. Volunteer lifeguards in Dorset have carried out a naming ceremony

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