Reminder from Ryde Rowing Club - ISLE OF WIGHT ROWING REGATTA WEEKEND. SATURDAY 2ND/SUNDAY 3RD JUNE 2018.

Reminder from Ryde Rowing Club - Isle of Wight Rowing Regatta Weekend. Saturday 2nd/Sunday 3rd June 2018.

Are you intending to come over to the IW for the Isle of Wight Rowing Regattas over the weekend of 2nd/3rd June? Are you looking for some cheap – actually FREE accommodation. Then why not camp in Appley Park, next to the Ryde Rowing Club Clubhouse, on the Saturday night after Ryde Regatta. There is no charge – although there are minor restrictions imposed – and the facilities of Ryde Rowing Club – shower & toilets will be available. For a small charge you can also book a full English Breakfast for Sunday morning in the Clubhouse. For further details and to book contact the Regatta Secretary on 07786 034941 or via E Mail – stepehncbull@gmail.com

You must book camping space and any Breakfasts by Wednesday, 30th May, 2018.

Just a reminder and a final request for help and support for Ryde Regatta next weekend - Ryde R. C. Regatta Weekend

Saturday/Sunday, 2nd/3rd JUNE, 2018 but can I first of all thank those of you who have already offered your help - its much appreciated.

However more help is always needed and welcome - 

HELP REQUIRED!

We need –

People for all or part of the day on the

Friday (1st June) to help Setup.

The Sandwich bash will be early evening on Friday, 1st June.

On Saturday (Regatta Day) we need help on the Bar and with serving of Refreshments, during the day and into the evening at the Clubhouse.

In particular we need some more help manning the Bar on the Saturday evening.

Help with Breakfasts on Sunday morning - if there are any.

Sunday and Monday - help to clear up the mess & get the Clubhouse straight.

 Contacts -

Regatta Set Up/Clear up - Steve Bull.

on 566481. Mobile 07786 034941. Email: stephencbull@gmail.com

Breakfasts, Refreshments & the Sandwich bash - Josie Bull

on 566481. Mobile 07964 424417. Email: josiembull@gmail.com

Bar - Steph Hickman - on 613077. Email: stephhickman1944@gmail.com

or just turn up!

 Please let us know what you can do to help.

With my thanks in anticipation.

Steve Bull.

Regatta Secretary.
Ryde Rowing Club (H&D ARA) Championship Regatta.
www.ryderowingclub.co.uk
2018 Regatta. Saturday, 2nd June, 2018.
Sponsored by - TLM Laser. 

Supported by the Ryde Town Council.

stephencbull@gmail.com  

10 Brookfield Gardens,
Binstead, Ryde,
Isle of Wight.
PO33 3NP.
Telephone: 01983 566481
Mobile: 07786 034941

Ryde R. C.  LYMINGTON REGATTA at Milford-on-Sea. SATURDAY, 19th May, 2018.

Ryde R. C.  LYMINGTON REGATTA at Milford-on-Sea. SATURDAY, 19th May, 2018.

Wightlink sponsored Ryde Rowing Club had a successful day competing at the Lymington Rowing Club Regatta, held at Milford-on-Sea, on Saturday. (19th May).

There was a win for the J16 coxed four of Austin Smith, Tom Starkey, Tye Cameron and Josh Lee with Dan Sanderson coxing who then raced in the Men’s Novice Fours event where they were unfortunately impeded at the turn, leading to Poole’s disqualification, which dropped them back to 4th place.

The Club has another win - for Joel Smith in the Men’s Novice Single Sculls – which was his 2nd win – promoting him to Coastal Junior status and there was an impressive performance in the Men’s Senior Sculls race where Dale Buckett finished in 2nd place in his first ever race at this status, following his promotion after his Coastal Junior Sculling wins last season. It was even more impressive as Dale had been out of action for some time and this was his first competitive outing this season. The Clubs other Novice Single Sculler – Ben Sanderson – racing at this level for the first time found things a little more difficult – capsizing, in the difficult conditions, while well placed. He was however able to right his boat and get back in and continue the race only to capsize again near the finish.  

Making their racing debuts for the Club at a Hants & Dorset Regatta were Harry Jones, Paddy Kearney and Grace Bolland who with the experienced Ben Sanderson and cox Graham Reeve competed in the J16 event finishing 4th.

The Club also entered a crew in the mixed event - a "fun" race at end of regatta – with a crew of Grace Bolland, Ben Sanderson, Joel Smith and a “borrowed” ex- Ryde oarswoman – Bryony Reeve – now racing for Southsea – with Graham Reeve coxing. They were the youngest and least experienced crew in race.

Isle of Wight Rowing Regatta Weekend. Saturday 2nd/Sunday 3rd June 2018. Camping in the Park.

Isle of Wight Rowing Regatta Weekend. Saturday 2nd/Sunday 3rd June 2018.

Are you intending to come over to the IW for the Isle of Wight Rowing Regattas over the weekend of 2nd/3rd June? Are you looking for some cheap – actually FREE accommodation. Then why not camp in Appley Park, next to the Ryde Rowing Club Clubhouse, on the Saturday night after Ryde Regatta. There is no charge – although there are minor restrictions imposed – and the facilities of Ryde Rowing Club – shower & toilets will be available. For a small charge you can also book a full English Breakfast for Sunday morning in the Clubhouse. For further details and to book contact the Regatta Secretary on 07786 034941 or via E Mail – stepehncbull@gmail.com

WIGHTLINK SPONSORSHIP - 2018.

WIGHTLINK SPONSORSHIP

The Club Committee is very pleased to announce that Wightlink, Isle of Wight Ferries have agreed to continue their sponsorship of the Club for another year taking the agreement through to April, 2019. They provide the Club with considerable assistance in transporting their competitors, coaches and equipment to and from the Island for mainland competition throughout the year. Their support allows the Club to compete on the mainland on a regular basis in the Hants & Dorset ARA Coastal Regatta Programme during the summer months and inland in River events during the winter. Their support has been especially useful to the Clubs successful and expanding Junior Section enabling them to attend competitions and training camps on the mainland. Without Wightlink’s support all these activities would be substantially restricted.

Wightlink are the main link between the Isle of Wight and the mainland. Every year, they carry over 4.5 million passengers, making them one of the UK’s largest domestic ferry operators. They provide Island residents with an easy and frequent service to the mainland, as well as giving millions of holidaymakers a taste of Island life.

Crossings take approximately 22 minutes by FastCat and from 40 minutes by car ferry and they operate three convenient routes and over 45,000 crossings a year. They are also dedicated to giving excellent customer service and the best facilities on board and at our Terminals.

 

Wightlink’s sponsorship of the Ryde Club is one of the companies oldest sponsorship agreement - as they were the first Club sponsored by the company, formally known as Sealink following their support of the 1987 Isle of Wight hosted South Coast Rowing Championships Regatta. It is believed to be the longest running and most successful sponsorship partnerships in Coastal Rowing and one of the longest running in the sport of

COALPORTERS REGATTA. SATURDAY, 5th May, 2018.

COALPORTERS REGATTA. SATURDAY, 5th May, 2018.

Saturday saw the first Regatta of the Hants & Dorset Season for the Wightlink sponsored Ryde Rowing Club. This was held over a 1500m course on the River Itchen, Southampton and was hosted by Coalporters Rowing Club.

Ryde had just 1 crew a Novice Four competing comprising of Tom Starkey, Tye Cameron, Ben Sanderson, Austin Smith with Daniel Sanderson in the coxswain seat. 

In a tough heat they drew the eventual winners from the host Club Coalporters. An excellent start saw them gain a length off their rivals. A slow buoy turn allowed their rivals back into the race and after a good tussle back to the finish line the Coalporters crew won by about 2 lengths and didn't have a sufficiently fast time to see them into the semi-finals as a fastest looser which was a little disappointing but it was a good positive row giving hope that this will soon be winning crew.

Ryde. R. C. at the GB JUNIOR INTER-REGIONAL CHAMPIONHIPS at the National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham on Saturday, 21st April 2018.

Ryde. R. C. at the GB JUNIOR INTER-REGIONAL CHAMPIONHIPS at the National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham on Saturday, 21st April 2018.

Wightlink sponsored Ryde Rowing Club maintained their strong record of regional representation when six of their Junior squad were selected to represent the Wessex Region and compete in the National Junior Inter-Regional's Regatta at the National Water sports Centre, Nottingham, on Saturday (21st April).

The Championships is contested between the 11 British Rowing Regions, with the Thames region split into two (Thames Upriver and Thames London) to make 12 teams in total. All events are raced over 1500-meters with the heats timed and the fastest 6 crews going through to the Grande or “A” finale with the others into the Petite – “B” Final. A points system is applied determined by the results to establish which region are the national champions. The standard of racing is very high with a number of Junior Internationals and crews from the top public schools competing.  

The Ryde athletes and support team travelled to Nottingham late on Friday afternoon staying locally before gathering at the National Water Sports Centre on the Saturday morning.

Five of the selected Club Juniors – Tom Starkey, Tye Cameron, Ben Sanderson, Austin Smith with Danny Sanderson coxing provided the regions Boys J16 Coxed Four and Freya Drage was selected as part of the Girls composite J16 eight – a boat type she had never raced in before.

The Four and Freya in the eight all competed above expectations. The four finished their first race in a time of 5 mins 55 seconds to finish in 4th place and just miss out on a place in the “A” Final. In the “B” Final they improved on their time by two seconds – finishing in 3rd place and 9th overall.

The Wessex J16 Eight – with Freya racing in the “engine room” at three finished their first race in 6th place race in a time of 6 mins 04 seconds – also missing out on a place in the “A” Final. They finished in 4th place in the B Final - 10th overall with a time of 6 mins 14 seconds.

These performances helped the Wessex Region achieve a point’s total of 93 for the event.

Ryde R. C. Regatta Weekend Saturday/Sunday, 2nd/3rd JUNE, 2018. HELP REQUIRED!

Ryde R. C. Regatta Weekend. Saturday/Sunday, 2nd/3rd JUNE, 2018. HELP REQUIRED!

The Clubs Annual Regatta is on Saturday, 2nd June - with Shanklin on Sunday, 3rd. It will be a busy weekend for the Club and Members are asked to come and help as much as they can.

We need –

 People for all or part of the day on the Friday (1st June) to help Setup.

The Sandwich bash will be early evening on this Friday.

 On Saturday (Regatta Day) we need help on the Bar and with serving of Refreshments, during the day and into the evening at the Clubhouse.

In particular we need some help manning the Ryde R. C. Safety boat (preferably but not necessarily with some  experience) – where a number of are usual helpers are not available this years.

Help with Breakfasts on Sunday morning.

Sunday and Monday - help to clear up the mess & get the Clubhouse straight.

 Contacts -

Regatta Set Up/Clear up - Steve Bull.

on 566481. Mobile 07786 034941. Email: stephencbull@gmail.com

Breakfasts, Refreshments & the Sandwich bash - Josie Bull

on 566481. Mobile 07964 424417. Email: josiembull@gmail.com

Bar - Steph Hickman - on 613077. Email: stephhickman1944@gmail.com

or just turn up!

Please let us know what you can do to help.

With my thanks in anticipation.

 Steve Bull. Regatta Secretary.

Ryde Rowing Club Annual Regatta – Saturday 2nd June 2018 - Raffle.

If you are not already aware the club will be holding it's annual regatta on Saturday 2nd June.  As this is our main fundraising event we obviously want to follow in the footsteps of previous regattas and raise as much money as we possibly can for the club.

One of my jobs for the regatta is collecting prizes for the raffle and here is where I need your help.  If you have anything that you could donate for a prize I would be really grateful.  If doesn't have to cost much, you may well have unwanted gifts that you have received that you could donate.

If you would like me to collect any items please let me know by either e-mail - rrcmatters@gmail.com 

- or calling 0796 979 4210, alternatively you can leave it down the club with my name on it.

If you have any business contacts that you think would be happy to donate we have a letter available. 

Thanking you in anticipation.

Kind regards

 Christine Groves

Ryde Rowing Club General Committee

Contact: Mrs Christine Groves, 26 Mayfield Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight, PO33 3PR.                         Tel:  0796 979 4210. e-mail:  rrcmatters@gmail.com

April Fish & Chip Supper & Talk. Thursday, 26th April, 7.30pm at the Clubhouse.

The third FISH & CHIP SUPPER AND TALK on the new season takes place on

THURSDAY 26th APRIL at 7.30PM at the Clubhouse.

The talk is by – Stewart Bennett - Antarctic - South with Endeavour.

ALSO – MONTHLY “150 CLUB” CASH DRAW AND RAFFLE.

All Club & 150 Club Members plus family and friends welcome.

FISH & CHIP SUPPER: £7.50

ALL FOOD ORDERS TO STEPH HICKMAN PLEASE, BY MONDAY 23rd April at the LATEST. 

TEL: IW 613077 OR EMAIL : steph.hickman1944@gmail.com

NB. WE CANNOT GUARANTEE MEALS IF ORDERS ARE PLACED AFTER THE DEADLINE.

Fish & Chips Suppers and talks will continue – usually on the last Thursday of the month - until October when there will be a break over the Christmas and New Year period.

Coming up is –

Thursday 24th May 2018 – Note - ONE WEEK EARLIER THAN USUAL - Barry Groves – The Story of Somerton Works

Thursday 28th June 2018 – Kevin Shaw – Sir Robert Holmes: The extraordinary story of this Daring, Dashing Cavalier and Forgotten Hero of the 17th Century. As Captain- Governor of the IOW he made Yarmouth his home

Thursday 26th July 2018 – Adrian Searle – Sophie Dawes (an English ‘adventuress’) best known as a mistress of Louis Henry 11.  She was born in St Helens and was the daughter of an alcoholic fisherman.

Thursday 23rd August 2018 - Richard Smout - Hidden Heroes of Ryde. 

Thursday 27th September 2018 - Peter Jackson - Sailing Thorughbreds.

Thursday 18th October 2018 - Malcolm – Isle of Wight Distillery – guiding us through the process of distilling using local ingredients from the Island.

Thursday 29th November 2018 – Karen Eeles – Challenge and Adventure – helping disadvantaged and challenging 12 – 19 year olds on the IOW.

and note - Ryde Rowing Clubs Annual Regatta takes place on Saturday, 2nd June, 2018.

SOUTHAMPTON COASTAL HEAD OF THE RIVER, Saturday, 14th April 2018.

A small squad of just the one crew from the Wightlink sponsored Ryde Rowing Club competed in their first competition of the season on Saturday, 14th April) after several earlier planned events had been cancelled due to the weather.

The boys J14 Coxed four of Josh Lee, Tye Cameron, Ben Sanderson, Austin Smith with Danny Sanderson coxing raced in the Men’s Novice Fours section in Division one of the Head Race which takes the form of a time trial over the four and a half mile course on the River Itchen, The crew produced a good performance in a strongly contested section to finish 3rd in a time of 17 minutes 59 seconds.

On Saturday (21st April) the Ryde Boys J16 coxed four will represent the Wessex Region in this event at the GB Junior Inter-Regional Regatta at the National Water sports Centre in Nottingham where they will be joined by the Clubs J16 girl – Freya Drage – who has been selected to represent the region as part of the composite Girls J16 Eight.

Trip to Henley Royal Regatta on Wednesday 4th July 2018

The club are again organising a trip to Henley Royal Regatta on Wednesday 4th
July 2018. We have a maximum of 17 places available on a first come,first serve
basis. The cost is anticipated to be £75 per person. This will include, travel,
entry into Stewards enclosure and entry into Leander club and parking fee for
minibus. Anyone wishing to go please contact Graham Reeve on grdre@tiscali.co.
uk by Sun 15th April. A deposit of £25 per head is required by end of month to
secure you place.

Graham Reeve
Captain,
Ryde.R.C. 

 

Sent by Steve Bull on Graham's behalf.

Reminder - RYDE ROWING CLUB The second FISH & CHIP SUPPER AND TALK on the new season. Thursday, 29th March, 2018.

Reminder -  

RYDE ROWING CLUB  

The second FISH & CHIP SUPPER AND TALK on the new season

takes place on THURSDAY 29th March AT 7.30PM at the Clubhouse.

The talk is by –  Pat Knight from the  Hampshire & IOW Air Ambulance

ALSO – MONTHLY “150 CLUB” CASH DRAW AND RAFFLE.

All Club & 150 Club Members plus family and friends welcome.

FISH & CHIP SUPPER: £7.50

ALL FOOD ORDERS TO STEPH HICKMAN PLEASE, BY MONDAY 26th March at the LATEST. 

TEL: IW 613077 OR EMAIL : steph.hickman1944@gmail.com

NB. WE CANNOT GUARANTEE MEALS IF ORDERS ARE PLACED AFTER THE DEADLINE.

Fish & Chips Suppers and talks will continue – usually on the last Thursday of the month - until October when there will be a break over the Christmas and New Year period.

Coming up is –

 

Thursday 26th April 2018 – Stewart Bennett – Antarctic – South with Endeavour

Thursday 24th May 2018 – Note - ONE WEEK EARLIER THAN USUAL - Barry Groves – The Story of Somerton Works

Thursday 28th June 2018 – Kevin Shaw – Sir Robert Holmes: The extraordinary story of this Daring, Dashing Cavalier and Forgotten Hero of the 17th Century. As Captain- Governor of the IOW he made Yarmouth his home

Thursday 26th July 2018 – Adrian Searle – Sophie Dawes (an English ‘adventuress’) best known as a mistress of Louis Henry 11.  She was born in St Helens and was the daughter of an alcoholic fisherman.

Thursday 23rd August 2018 - Richard Smout - Hidden Heroes of Ryde. 

Thursday 27th September 2018 - Peter Jackson - Sailing Thorughbreds.

and note - Ryde Rowing Clubs Annual Regatta takes place on Saturday, 2nd June, 2018.

 

 

"Irish Night" at the Clubhouse.

Around fifty members and friends attended a St Patrick's Day "Irish themed" night at the Clubhouse on Saturday, 17th March enjoying an Irish ploughmans & pudding, Irish ale, green lager and beers - and Guinness, a quiz, "the Galway Races" horse racing and other Irish themed party games. Out thanks to Nicola and Paula for the organisation and super food - to Freya for the music - and to Dolores - who did her first Bar duty. (See picture).

CAPSIZE DRILL and SWIM TEST. FRIDAY, 23rd MARCH.

The Club has booked the Waterside Pool - end of Ryde Canoe Lake - for its bi-annual capsize drill & swim test on –

FRIDAY, 23rd MARCH with access to the Pool at  at 7.30pm.

It is a safety rule that all active oarsman, oarswomen and coxswains - should have completed the capsize drill & swim test as soon as possible. Any active member who has not done this should attend this session.

You need to be at the Clubhouse for 6.45pm prompt - for a safety briefing and to help take the single scull we will use along to the Waterside Pool.   

The session will include capsize drill, swim test and throw-line practise - and for coxswains life-jacket practise.

You need to do the test in rowing kit - all-in-one; T shirt & shorts etc..

The pool is indoor and heated - and there are changing rooms and showers.

If you have not completed this test - or want to do a refresher – it’s important you attend - and water activity may be restricted if you have not completed the test/drill.

Saturday, 17th March. Join us on: St Patrick’s Night For a night of fun & games!

A reminder - on Saturday, 17th March.               
Join us on:
St Patrick’s Night
For a night of fun & games!
£5.00 admission to include – 
IRISH PLOUGHMAN’s & PUDDING including Raffle ticket.

At the Club. From 8.00pm in the main Lounge.

E Mail Josie Bull at josiembull@googlemail.com to reserve tickets - and pay on the night

or pay by BACS transfer to -  RRC Account 03707210. 

Code: 20-60-55 – putting “IRISH” in the reference field & advise Josie by E mail.

Or you can get your tickets from behind the Bar. 

CHRISTCHURCH HEAD OF THE STOUR CANCELLED & JUNIOR INTER REGIONAL TRAINING DAY.

CHRISTCHURCH HEAD OF THE STOUR CANCELLED. Sunday, 4th March, 2018.

There was disappointment for the Ryde Rowing Club crews that were scheduled to Race at the Christchurch Rowing Club Head of the Stour on Sunday (4th March) in what would have been their first competitive outing of the new season – when the event was cancelled due to the extreme weather, poor forecast and threat of flooding.

The Wightlink sponsored Club had a Women’s J16 Double, a J14 Mixed Double, and a Masters Coxless Pair plus a Men’s Open Sculler, two Men’s Novice Scullers and a Boys J14 Sculler as well as three fours – a Senior Ladies Four, a Men’s Novice Four and a Boys J16 Four hoping to compete.

The Boys J16 Four of Austin Smith, Ben Sanderson, Tye Cameron and Tom Starkey with Dan Sanderson coxing – who have been selected to represent the Wessex Region in this event at the GB Junior Inter Regional Championships at the National Waters ports Centre, Nottingham on 21st April were able to attend a Wessex Regional Team training day at Dorney Lake, Eton the venue of the 2012 Olympic Regatta the previous Sunday – along with the Clubs Freya Drage who has been selected as part of a Girls J16 composite eight for the regional championships. 

Christchurch Head of the Stour. Sunday, 4th March. Cancelled.

The following message has been received from Christchurch Rowing Club ref. cancellation of Sundays Head of the Stour.

Dear All

We have been closely monitoring the weather forecast for the next few days. It now seems clear that we can expect some very wintry weather through Thursday, Friday and Saturday and whilst the forecast currently shows a gradual thaw commencing on Saturday evening, we do not believe that the conditions will be suitable to safely run the Head of the Stour this Sunday, 4th March and as a result we are taking an early decision to cancel the event today. 

Whilst we understand that this will be disappointing for those who entered and are keen to compete, we hope that by making an early decision we will avoid putting both competitors and our club volunteers to the inconvenience that a late cancellation of the event would cause.

To put this decision into context, the forecast for Sunday is showing fairly strong and gusty SE winds, which combined with cold temperatures would result in substantial wind-chill. There will be an outgoing tide throughout both divisions, which when combined with a SE wind is likely to produce choppy water conditions, and the water temperature is also below normal at 8C. The entry this year comprised a substantial number of small boats and we do not believe it would be sensible to expose competitors to the expected conditions on the day.

We will look into alternative dates to re-arrange the event later in March, and will make a further announcement if this is possible. In the meantime we will refund all entry fees returned and would like to thank you for your continued support of the event.

Many thanks and kind regards

Emma Kelly

Regatta Secretary - Christchurch Rowing Club

Ryde Rowing Club Annual Subscriptions are now overdue - and a reminder - the DISCOUNTED RATE ENDS 1st MARCH, 2018.

A FINAL reminder - if you want to get the reduced rate - and a big thank-you to all of you who have paid so far.  

Ryde Rowing Club Annual Subscriptions are now overdue - and a reminder - the DISCOUNTED RATE ENDS 1st MARCH, 2018.

Can we thank all the Club Members who have renewed their Annual Subscriptions to date -  your early payment helps the Club and saves you money – and saves us having to chase-you up! Please help the Club and yourself and pay promptly.

We are pleased to be able to say that there has been no increase in our rates of subscription this year - it should be noted that, on average, if paid at the reduced rate – our rates of subscription remain the same or less than any other Island Rowing Club – and membership fees – at all levels – at mainland clubs are significantly higher. The Associate membership – at just £20 – where the only restrictions are on the use of the Clubs boats and training equipment are an ideal level of membership for parents wanting to support their sons and daughters who row. 

The rates of subscription for 2018 are as follows –

Membership type               Payable before 1st March, 2018/Payable after 1st March, 2018.

Rowing                                        £100*/£140

Social Rowing                             £60*/£80

Country (non IW res. inc Uni)     £60*/£80

Cadet Under 18                          £60*/£80

Cadet Under 16                          £30/ £35

Associate                                    £20/£20 

*New members joining as Rowing, Social Rowing or under 18 cadets will pay an additional £5 joining fee which will give them 3 months membership of British Rowing – which includes insurance cover and copies of Rowing and Regatta magazine. Continuation of British Rowing after the three months is optional but all active members are encouraged to take out British Rowing Membership if only for the insurance cover – and it is compulsory to race on the river, or if you want to store a scull in one of the Club boathouses and boat from them.  

Note: For new members, who have joined since October, 2017 the membership already paid covers the current subscription year. Your next subscription will be due, subject to approval at the 2018 AGM on 1st January, 2019.

Subscriptions should be paid as soon as possible – over the bar at the Clubhouse or sent to the membership Secretary, Steph Hickman at 145 Great Preston Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight. PO33 1AZ. Telephone number 01983 613077. E Mail: steph.hickman1944@gmail.com  Cheques should be made payable to "Ryde Rowing Club". You can also pay by electronic bank transfer - please transfer the appropriate subscription to Account Number - 03707210. Sort Code: 20-60-55 and put RRC Membership in the reference field - and it would also be helpful if you could E Mail Steph Hickman if you choose to pay this way - advising her that you have done so. Standing order forms are also available on request and are available at the Clubhouse. 

Sent on behalf of Dave Redstone. RRC Treasurer by -

Steve Bull. For RRC Main committee.

Saturday, 17th March. Join us on St Patrick’s Night.

Saturday, 17th March.               
Join us on St Patrick’s Night
For a night of fun & games!
£5.00 admission to include –
IRISH PLOUGHMAN’s & PUDDING
including Raffle ticket

At the Club. From 8.00pm in the main Lounge.

Tickets available behind the bar!

or Apply by E Mail to josiembull@googlemail.com and pay by BACS transfer to -  RRC Account 03707210. Sort Code: 20-60-55 – putting “IRISH” in the reference field