Due to the latest Welsh Government Level 4 Alert COVID restrictions, the bar and restaurant is open for take away service only (access via the side entrance and rear deck) with the indoor facilities at Plas Heli closed. The Plas Heli outdoor facilities - event pontoons and compound are now open for outdoor activities by maximum groups of six from two households, and organised outdoor activity for Children and under 18's such as CHIPAC . Cross border travel allowed from April 12th
RYA Elite squad training is also permitted and takes place under the supervision of RYA Cymru Wales.
The next review is due on April 22nd , which will hopefully confirm the following changes to take place April 26th
> Outdoor hospitality can open
> Organised activity outdoors for 30 people can resume. This means racing can start and crucially if taking part in organised racing, the crew can be mixed house hold see the article below.
updated April 9th 2021
The CHPSC Annual General Meeting is traditionally held on Easter Saturday and is Chaired by the Commodore.
The business of the annual meeting to to :
There is usually an opportunity after the AGM to have a general discussion with the Flag Officers and Management Comitteee Members
To see the Notice of AGM and the associated documents you must be a paid up member and logged in.
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This is a new membership system for CHPSC and consequently most existing members won't have a log-in username or password.
Check your last e-newsletter and your 'Username' is shown below your card number. If it is blank you need to 'Create an Account' here. Follow th einstructions then log in then complete the membership form and payment.
We are working on an automated process but many would prefer to receive personalised instruction! 😀 We can set your username and password from your existing membership datails!
This page was updated 13th April 2020
A family of a young French sailor, a participant in the 29ER competition 7-15 August, has enquired if a family would agree to accommodate Louis from 22 July until his team arrives on 7 August. He is a 17 year old young man from Marseilles and he would like to practise his English prior to beginning university in September. As a very experienced sailor he would be available and able to assist the sailing club's activities in whatever way was needed. It would also be possible to organise a return visit on an exchange basis to stay with Louis' family in Marseilles in August. The family has indicated that any costs would, of course, be met by them.
If you require any further information please contact Gareth at the Sailing Club.