We are planning to start up the Thursday Night Club again this year from Thursday 6th May 2014. A mixture of sailing in company, coaching tips and informal tuition, fun and games and a bit of Mikey Mac banter and Frosty Rae charm thrown in for good measure. The sessions are free of charge to all adult members who have achieved Start level competence and we intend to run these weekly from 6PM every Thursday through the summer months. The evenings are ideal if you just want to get on the water with kindred spirits or for those looking to develop their skills and progress. It is a great relaxed format that offers something for everyone and we tailor each session to suit the members on the night. We will even provide you with kit! Come along and join us you lucky people.
The 2014 Season is starting
I am sure many of have been out on the water all winter but since it seems to warm up a bit and hopefully lots of folk are thinking of climbing on a board again we are opening the club season for our thursday night sessions and T15 training from the beginning of May. For membership details this season we will shortly have forms available for download on the site. Sorry, the online payment was handy but the fees are quite high and the information was getting stored in too many different places to keep track of. The old-fashionedway will hopefully work for all of us. either downlaod and send the form and payment by post of bring it along to a club night/T15 session. Deails and prices will e published shortly.
Clyde Windsurfing Club is a volunteer run organisation that is committed to making windsurfing accessible to all.
A significant part of our remit is to offer coaching to young people to get them enjoying the sport of windsurfing and hopefully interested in competition and racing. This then serves as a springboard with many of our former youngsters going on to compete, win titles, teach and make careers out of the sport. Most of the charity funding we obtain is based on this aspect of club life. This funding is then used to obtain and maintain kit, equipment, buildings and training of personnel so the cycle can continue, hopefully for years to come. With Commonwealth and Olympic Games just around the corner, much of our Sport related funding is based upon our ability to be a feeder club for competition.