Tamworth Sailing Club

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Welcome to Tamworth Sailing Club

Tamworth Sailing Club is a very friendly and welcoming club situated on the banks of a 45 acre lake within the picturesque Kingsbury Water Park. For the competitive dinghy sailor we hold regular weekend races, competing for a variety of club trophies. For the more relaxed sailor we have social sailing just for the fun of it, and we also have a thriving junior’s club.

Sailing experience is not necessary as we offer RYA training courses designed to introduce you to sailing in a safe, supportive and enjoyable way. Sailing is something that individuals, couples, or all the family can take part in and we have regular sailors from 7 to 70+.

We have lots of information on the rest of our website so have a look around. We hope you will then be inspired to come along to the clubhouse on a sailing day and speak to us to find out more. (Check our calendar for our sailing days - the weekend is the best time to call in as there are usually more people around then).


Bart's Bash Bart's Bash is back and Tamworth Sailing Club is part of it

Update: We had 38 boats taking part and raised well in excess of £200 for the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation.

The results are in: http://www.bartsbash.com/wheredidIfinish?

Original article below

We are delighted to part of the second Bart's Bash on Sunday 20th September 2015 during our annual Family Fun Day.

Club members can sign up now at www.bartsbash.com/united-kingdom/tamworth-sailing-club

We are working on the final arrangements but we would like to encourage as many of our club members as possible to take part with special emphasis on our junior sailors, our newly qualified Level 1 and 2 students, and any buddies who have told you many times they have fancied having a go at sailing but have never quite gotten around to it.

We will be raising funds for the ASSF so there will be a nominal entry fee payable on the day.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page and Twitter feed for the very latest updates.


Tamworth Sailing Club takes delivery of 5 brand new Toppers

Thanks to a £10,000 grant from Sport England we have taken delivery of five brand new race rigged Toppers to supplement our junior training fleet. The dinghies were put through their paces by our Super Sailors during the recent public open day and were a very impressive sight indeed.

The club has a very active juniors section with the numbers taking part growing significantly over the last few years and the new boats can only help to increase participation in sailing. At Tamworth Sailing Club we aim to encourage juniors to take up sailing as a sporting and a social activity. We have juniors who have chosen sailing for their Duke of Edinburgh award, either as part of their skills or physical sections. Ex-juniors have even returned to help out for their volunteering section. We also aim to encourage those juniors who want more competition to take part in club racing here and further afield. The new dinghies will help us towards these goals and the timing is just about perfect as this year we welcome the Topper open meeting to Tamworth Sailing Club.


Places People Play legacy programme grant award

Update - the new building is now in full use especially by the club's very active juniors section. The official opening ceremony was on 5th April 2014 during our public open day.  The excellent facilities can only help us as we promote the sport and the impact was already evident on the potential sailors of the future.

We are grateful to Sport England for their generous support.

Original article - We are delighted that Tamworth Sailing Club has been successful in obtaining a grant of £35,280 from Sport England under its Places People Play legacy programme. This much needed money will allow us to build a new training room facility as well as improved storage for our training equipment and a workshop area. The new build will total about 100 square metres and is designed to withstand flooding which the park is prone to from time to time.

The club runs RYA approved training courses each year and is keen to encourage participation in the sport of sailing. Although a members’ club, membership is open to anyone and is not as expensive as might be thought at just over £3 per week for a family. The new build will provide an improved training room which will also be used by the club’s very active juniors club, which might just produce a future Ben Ainslie.


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