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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 […]

February Newsletter

MEETING WEDNESDAY MARCH 18th. 2020 This will be a double Bill Ali Jones from Sea ‘N Shore will give a presentation on Safety and Lifejackets Please bring along your lifejackets and she will check them over and advise on their condition for your safety. Debbie and Norman have devised a Quizwith a nautical theme This is designed […]

RNLI’S 150TH Anniversary Celebration

The RNLI in Salcombe and Kingsbridge is celebrating their 150th year, saving local lives at sea. In September 1869, the first Salcombe Lifeboat, The Rescue, was launched at Dodbrooke Quay, Kingsbridge and rowed to her new home at South Sands. Since then, the brave volunteers and their lifeboats have launched on service over 1,600 times, […]

KEBC Visit to BRNC 18th September 2019

Some twenty KEBC members were warned by our Chair that we were in for a fairly hard walk. In practice this seemed less arduous than keeping up with and absorbing the huge knowledge imparted by our guide Mike Pearce, whose enthusiasm and experience kept us going for nearly two and a half hours! We started […]

KEBC Club Night with Alice Henderson.

On 16th October the Club’s winter lecture programme featured a fascinating talk by Alice Henderson about her exploration of Patagonia and Antarctica. Clearly addicted to adventurous pursuits from an early age, Alice enthralled her audience with tales from her recent adventures in the deep South, enriched by a variety of photography. After “warming up” with […]