Archived Club News from 2020
Amateur Radio Fundraising Event for Scottish Air Ambulance
Tree felling over the winter
In a blustery week in December RTS and Treetec felled the Ash trees and the Scots Pine in the club grounds. While the ash dieback has been monitored by RTS for some years they advised that as the trees were infected they will also be susceptible to honey fungus in the roots which is unseen below ground so can cause unexpected failure of the tree. Sadly based on their advice the Committee took the decision to have them felled and they are currently deciding what replanting will take place.
Corona Virus Update
Dear Club Member
You should have received an email telling you what is happening at LESC, if you did not receive the email please get in touch via the email@example.com email address.
There is an update posted in the member’s only section of the website letting you know where we are up to regarding the Corona Virus situation.
Rest assured that I and the committee are doing all we can at this time to make sure that LESC is looked after.
Our thanks go out to the folks that are close to the club and are looking after it while all this is going on.
We are trying to do something to liven up our sailing lives – the RYA have offered all clubs access to ‘Virtual Regatta’ which is an online sailing game and 2 or 3 of us are currently having a go to see if we can organise some ‘club sailing’ (on line of course) - 2pm on Saturdays anyone? Unfortunately they don’t have Flying Fifteens in their fleet but they do have skiffs and Stars (well that is what I have found so far).
Finally a word of thanks to the committee for their help, support and input over the past 2 or 3 weeks regarding CV. It is a challenging time and I am fortunate to have this group of people to help guide and manage us through difficult times.
Keep an eye out for further info and notices and see you on the water (virtual or otherwise) at some point in the future.