Communicating​ Racing Decisions

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We will, as first line, use the conventional methods of communication such as the flags and the notice boards. We will no longer be using the telephone recording system Raceline, as fewer and fewer members have been using it since we started tweeting. Instead, we use Twitter to tweet decisions about racing and other news that we want members to receive as soon as possible.  Setting up Twitter If you would like to view tweets about racing decisions you will need to have a twitter account.If you already have a Twitter account, follow @TrearddurBaySC. If you do not have an account: Go to https://twitter.com/signup  and follow the steps …

A message from the Commodore

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Dear Members Well here we are in our Centenary year! There is a lot going on this year, much of which has been organised by Bunta Evans, our Centenary chairman.  Thank you to her and everyone else who has been helping or will be helping during the year to make this a special year for the club. This newsletter is full of information. I ask you to make sure all members in your family have access to this and are encouraged to read it. Many of the queries we have from members are answered in this newsletter. The racing programme …

Centenary Coastal Walks 2019

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Centenary Coastal Walks 2019 There are four walks left – Moelfre to Amlwch on 28th September, Amlwch to Cemaes Bay on 29th September, Valley to North Stack, Holyhead on 19th October and finally North Stack to Trearddur finishing at the flagstaff on 20th October. With the exception of the last walk when a bus will take you from Trearddur to North Stack, you leave your car at the finish point and a bus takes you to the start. Please book a place via webcollect so we know what size bus to order.  £5 per head, no refunds. Click the web …

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Magical Summer Music

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A feast of magical summer music awaits you at this spectacular evening. Come and enjoy some of Wales’ major talents who will be entertaining you with songs from the world of opera, musicals, stage and screen, as well as singing some of Wales’ most popular songs. Sioned Terry Sioned Terry gained her experience as a singer on the stages of Wales’ Eisteddfodau. Today, the professional mezzo soprano who was raised a stone’s throw away from the banks of the Menai Straits, can turn her hand to songs of all genres – from lieder, operatic and oratorio songs, to popular songs …

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A guide to TBSC racing 2019

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Local people and visitors to Trearddur Bay often ask about the sailing club and its races. How the club began 100 years ago is explained on another page as is the meaning of the flags flown at the flagstaff on the headland. The club only races in August during the four weeks which end on the Bank Holiday weekend. It has over 1,000 members and there is currently a long waiting list to join as it has limited moorings, space for boats and sail training places. Opposite is a list of races for spectators’ guidance together with events that non-members …

Boatyard Development

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The boatyard plans are moving forward. The first task of 2019 was to complete a detailed site drainage study and site services review. This is a new requirement that came into force for 2019 and was commissioned by the Club to support our proposed planning application for the boatyard works. Egniol (a local Consultancy) was commissioned to carry out this study. They have now completed their work and their survey results have been sent to our architect who will use the findings to inform his detailed design and to support our planning application. The planning application was submitted at the …