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Spring Bank Series race results

Socially distanced sailing returned at SWSC on Spring Bank Holiday Monday, so just in time to squeeze in one day of the Spring Bank Series. See the race results on the Results 2020 page.

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Sailing returns to Scammonden Water

Yorkshire Water has confirmed that sailing can now resume at Scammonden Water as long as Covid-19 risk mitigation is strictly observed in line with government directives. A risk assessment/method statement document has been made available by the sailing club and … Continue reading

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update for SWSC

Wednesday, 25 March 2020 Following the latest ‘Stay at home’ directive from the UK government, the SWSC committee has agreed that whilst this directive is in place NO SAILING will take place at Scammonden. UK Government information Obviously it is … Continue reading

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update for SWSC

Friday, 20 March 2020 Following the week’s, and particularly this afternoon’s developments, Scammonden Water Sailing Club has regrettably come to the conclusion that, with immediate effect, all organised activities at SWSC including social, racing and training are postponed until further … Continue reading

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2020 Snowball Series results

The 2020 Snowball Series results are now available on the Results 2020 page.

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SWSC membership renewals 2020

Club membership renewals are now due. All 2019 members should have received an email inviting them to renew, alternatively you should be able to find all you need on the membership renewal 2020 page.

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Final race results for 2019

The final race results for 2019 are now on the Results 2019 page. The latest results cover the Frostbite series, Freezer and the final 2019 Series League and Trophy League positions. Look out for the red (new) markers.

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