The RNLI Sponsored Row is Back!!! The date for your diary is Bank Holiday Monday 3rd January 2022. Start at approximately mid day (TBC). Due to the 2020 Event being cancelled because of Covid-19 we need your support more than ever to try and recover as much as possible of the resulting funding deficit. If you want to see what this event is all about
Published 00:00 on 4 Apr 2021
Dear Members It has been some time since I have had the opportunity to write to you with some good news. And what a turbulent time it has been for us all. I have seen the odd member whilst working within the clubhouse however. As you know the clubhouse and bar are currently closed according to Covid-19 rules. In the meantime a lot of effort has gone into making
Published 14:00 on 28 Mar 2021
Hi All It's been a long, dark, cold month since my last update, but it must mean that we're a month closer to the end of this lockdown and a month closer to the longer warmer days of Spring. Despite the freezing temperatures of late, you can see the days perceptively drawing out and I know that many of you had have a vaccine jab, so hopefully better times are just around the corner.
Published 19:09 on 14 Feb 2021
If you, or someone you know, is interested in joining one of our courses please contact our training administrator Jo Smith at email@example.com Unfortunately due to Covid 19 restrictions we can not run our VHF & First Aid courses at present however they will start as soon as the RYA advises that face to face training is permissible.
Published 00:00 on 13 Feb 2021
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Published 17:00 on 12 Feb 2021
Oarsome rowers raise over £9000 for the Lifeboats Maldon's river became alive on Saturday 28th December 2019 as 155 rowers in 64 craft took to the water to raise funds for the RNLI. Maldon Little Ship Club's annual Sponsored Row and Gig Race lived up to its promised spectacular as the crews raced down river once the starting cannon was fired from the Viking Saga jetty.
Published 17:28 on 26 Feb 2020