This group has regular meetings, involving Wyre Borough Council, the police, coastguard and other interested stakeholders, including our club. The group aims to control irresponsible and potentially dangerous use of craft on the river, mostly involving excessive speed. If any club member witnesses any incidents of this nature, please do let us know, and we can feed the information back to the group.
Club House Re-opening
We hope to be able to re-open the clubhouse on June 21st, which is the date on the government’s roadmap when lockdown restrictions are planned to be lifted. It has been suggested that we could refresh the interior of the clubhouse ready for the re-opening. If you have any ideas for colour schemes or improvements which we could achieve by that date, please let us know. Also, if any member can offer assistance, advice or skills in the areas of furnishing, flooring and decoration, please get in touch.
Just a reminder that our provisional date for craning in this year is Thursday 27th May. Will any member wishing to use the crane please let us know ASAP, if you haven’t already done so. Please also take note that the majority of the yard will be taped off on the day, and not accessible for activities not connected with craning. The yard will be a hard-hat area during craning. Food and refreshment will be provided by a Covide-19 compliant team operating from in the club house. Note that club house is still out of bounds for general navigation, and the toilet round the back remains uni-sex for the time being.