The Hollowshore CC burgee was flying again last Sunday as the clubhouse partially reopened following easing of some of the lockdown rules. The day was sunny and warm, so there was no need to erect the gazebo, and the “feel good” factor was enjoyed by a good turnout of members. The club will be…Keep reading
This year’s Hollowshore CC AGM on Thursday December 17 was for the first and hopefully the last time held on Zoom, with nearly 30 friendly faces on screen, plus another nine who took part by sending in their voting intentions by post and e-mail. The move to Zoom was made necessary by the Covid…Keep reading
The latest lockdown means the HCC clubhouse will be closed into the New Year, and when we can re-open will depend on the Covid restrictions in force at the time. We are as keen as everyone to resume our club activities, and the 2021 sailing and social programme is already being arranged.We are usually…Keep reading
Dick Holness was elected as the new HCC Commodore at the Annual General Meeting in December 2019. He succeeded Phil Davies, who stood down from the committee. His new team is a mix of current and new committee members: Vice-Commodore Mark Sanders; Rear-Commodore Bob Todd; Secretary Mike Riches; Treasurer Dr Viv Moore (Viv Valentine);…Keep reading
The Royal Yachting Association has made formal representation to the Government about owners’ access to boats during the current lockdown. An earlier statement from the RYA was put out to HCC members in early April via a Google Mail, but the RYA has now issued this much fuller press release: – “With the current…Keep reading
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