- RYA responds to the HM Treasury’s red diesel consultation
- Sailing to the EU following no-deal Brexit?
- Arnside nominated for RYA club of the year.
- RYA Cruising News
- RYA encourages members to contact local MPs to highlight recreational boating issues.
- A Southern Ocean sailing insight
- Carbon monoxide alarms
3 weeks ago
It’s a Bank Holiday Weekend!Come and meet us and our colleagues from Knott-End Coastguard Rescue Team (with the amphibious Argocat) at the Lower Lighthouse Fleetwood Saturday 29th May between 10:00 and 15:00.We'll be there with a variety of experts from Wyre Council, Fleetwood Area Police, Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service (Official), NCI Fleetwood and LOVEmyBeach.The event is to promote safe and courteous use of the River Wyre. We are all on hand to answer your questions and provide safety advice for anyone planning to use the beach, river and sea.We have a beautiful sea front with amazing views of the Lake District and one of the biggest and fastest tidal ranges in the world.Lots of people know our waters well, some think they do and others admit they don't.Come and have a chat and ask those questions you've always pondered.HM Coastguard FleetwoodPrompting a safe and enjoyable day out on our fantastic coastline! ...
2 months ago
3 months ago
Last night, Barrow Borough Council clarified that the rumours of The Ship Inn on Piel Island being sold or closed by the council are totally false. In the last few days, a petition has been set up, causing panic and rumours over the future of the pub. However, the old tenants have retired, meaning there is an opening for a new King and/or Queen, which the council are currently planning to look for. Barrow Borough Council have only just gained extra funding for the island which includes vital upgrades to the island and pub. Barrow Council leader Ann Thomson said:"The Ship Inn is, and for many years has been, at the heart of island life and there are no plans on our part to change that."Our ongoing goal is to ensure that Piel Island is open and safely accessible to both local visitors and tourists," ...