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Notice of the KEBC AGM 10.2.2021

Kingsbridge Estuary Boat Club[The Club]NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Notice is hereby given that the 15th Annual General Meeting of the Club will take place via the “Zoom” video conferencing platform, at 19.30 on 10th February 2021.The Agenda will be circulated not later than 2nd February 2021. Any member wishing to nominate an Officer or Committee member for 2021/2022 should […]

December Newsletter

It has taken me a week to overcome the euphoria felt after the hugely succesful wine tasting evening last Wednesday.  Admittedly attendance was  not high but, for a Zoom meeting, the enthusiastic crowd were easy to manage, discipline was good and we all learnt a lot.  A repeat, by popular demand, will take place in the New […]

November Newsletter

Your committee met on Wednesday November 11th by Zoom in the shadow of the latest Covid lockdown.  We have much to tell you and I apologise now for being a bit long winded. In view of the timescale, and the distinct possibility that things won’t change much in December, we unanimously decided to cancel the Club’s […]

September Newsletter

Twenty six members enjoyed a beautiful Estuary Cruise on the Lady Mary last Thursday evening.  The weather was perfect, there was enough room for us to be Covid secure and the ‘new’ ferry is a perfect boat for our waters.  Thanks to Linda Lee for the organisation and to the ferry skipper for a comprehensive […]

August Newsletter

Good morning members.  Your committee last met on July 15th. and, with things being as they are, very little of importance was discussed.  Our next meeting will be at the beginning of September.  We have decided to reduce our committee meetings to around 7 per year, including the AGM, calling extra meetings should situations arise […]

June Update Newsletter

Good morning members.  As you will all probably know, the way we are allowed to use our boats looks like being extended to, almost, normal conditions this weekend.  Salcombe Harbour Authority will be publishing its new guidelines this week, look out for them.  Your committee is due to meet via Zoom again on July 15th., by which […]

June Newsletter

CORONAVIRUS MEANS NO MEETINGS It is not possible to predict when we will be able to resume normal service.  We will keep you informed. Unfortunately the above statement still applies to us.  Gatherings of people in the open air are still restricted to 6 or less, so we continue to be unable to organise social […]

May Newsletter

Good afternoon members, at last a little good news. Most of you will have received the email from Salcombe Harbour Authority about changes to their Covid 19 restrictions. If you haven’t received it, go to  https://www.salcombeharbour.co.uk/covid19 where all is revealed.  Basically you can go afloat but only if you can satisfy the standards laid out in the SHA document.  You might […]

April Newsletter

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues and grows, the Club’s activities remain on hold.  Boatwatch members are not functioning in their normal manner but, as they take their permitted exercise, they do keep an eye on the water and the craft on it. As many of you will be aware, Salcombe Harbour Authority has banned all […]

March Newsletter

CORONAVIRUS MEANS NO MEETINGS It is not possible to predict when we will be able to resume normal service.  We will keep you informed. In the meantime various organisations in Kingsbridge are developing support systems for residents. The Town Council have rolled out their Guardian Angels programme – see their web site for details.  Kingsbridge Food […]