After the storm of protest which followed the Trustees’ decision to cancel the racing last week, they relented this week and a decision was made…. “Oh ye WS Racers who wish to race, get down to the lake early before the heavy rain and stormy weather arrives. Racing will commence at 11am and you’ll be… Read More

Rain stopped play – or rather a forecast of a torrential  downpour during the late morning and middle of the day with thunder and lightening….which made the Trustees err on the side of caution and call off play. I know from the emails you send me how much you miss your time on the water… Read More

What a hot day greeted those sailors intrepid enough to venture down to Chipstead Lake on Thursday. But fortunately we had sufficient breeze blowing in from the SW (i.e. along the length of the lake or from left to right as you look out over the water from the clubhouse) to enable the thirteen WS… Read More

Considering it was forecast to be the hottest day of our HOT summer without any breeze to cool us, last Thursday saw a sizeable group of WS Racers turning up to participate in the final race of the Spring Series  – to complete the campaign of thirteen scheduled races! Thankfully only two had been cancelled… Read More

Many congratulations to all those who participated in the Spring Series and many thanks to the volunteers who crewed for the racers and who helped in lots of ways to enable the races to take place. Final Result Mike Blatchford David Mason Martin Newman Fay Watson (Fay was actually on equal points with Martin  but… Read More

It was another quiet day at Chipstead Lake for the WS Racers who arrived eager to race. Fortunately there was just sufficient wind blowing – on and off – to enable a figure-of-eight race course to be set and at 11.30 the race began. Here are a few photos below that show how the fleet… Read More