This Year’s Meetings
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This Year’s Meetings

  • Wed
    25
    Jan
    2017

    AGM

    7:00 pmCotswold Club

  • Wed
    22
    Feb
    2017

    7 for 7.30Cotswold Club

    Chris’ enthusiasm for all things Scottish will be familiar to most of us.  This evening he will take a themed approach presenting highlights from cruises from Shetland to Barra.  Whether it’s dolphins or distilleries, beaches or brochs, anchorages or abbeys, Scotland provides it all. When does a passion become an obsession?  You decide.

  • Wed
    29
    Mar
    2017

    7 for 7.30Cotswold Club

    Back to CNYC for a third time, Tom tonight applies his inimitable approach to the development and safe use of navigational electronics. Combining a mix of yarns and solid information Tom will take an irreverent look at the changes many of us have seen from the early 1970s when he found Barbados after 42 days at sea with no chart at all – just a lat/long position, a sextant and his grandfather’s pocket watch – to his current chart plotters that sometimes manage to lead him astray.

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017

    7 for 7.30The Chequers

    With the late cancelation of our planned talk from Ted Crocker on Thames A-Raters this meeting will be a social evening at The Chequers

  • Wed
    31
    May
    2017

    7 for 7.30The Chequers

    In 45 years sailing together Carolyn and Alistair have anchored in many different places around the world. They have chosen to talk about half a dozen anchorages which particularly stick in their memories, some literally on the other side of the world in the South Pacific and Australia, others much closer to home in UK and Ireland.

  • Sat
    03
    Jun
    2017

    All dayBeale Park, Lower Basildon, RG8 9NH

    We are planning a day trip to Beale Park Boat Show near Reading, “BRITAIN’S MOST RELAXED BOAT SHOW…” according to Classic Boat magazine.  This will be a lightly organised event with some help in coordinating lift-shares and a ‘BYO’ club picnic.  More details to follow.

  • Wed
    28
    Jun
    2017

    6:30 pmWaywood, Chadlington, OX7 3LT

    Our summer social season kicks off in style with a BBQ kindly hosted by Barnaby. Hopefully the good weather will continue – but as well as a stunning setting we have a couple of small marquees to cope with showers and if the weather is full-on rain we will use a combination of Waywood’s showroom and one of the marquees.  So no excuses!
     Your dedicated committee will be doing all the cooking  and we have decided to keep things simple – so all you have to do is tell us that you’re coming and whether you want the vegetarian option.
  • Wed
    26
    Jul
    2017

    7:00 pm16 Burford Road, Chipping Norton, OX7 5DZ

    An extra club summer social evening, kindly hosted by Paul & Liz Spencer in their lovely garden or inside if it’s wet. Liz will magic up her speciality Eton Mess for puds, but please bring a dish to share – and something to drink.

    To round off the evening for we frustrated, land-locked racers not out sailing, Paul will be organising a Scalextrix tournament – with a bottle of single malt to the winner.

  • Wed
    30
    Aug
    2017

    From 7pmThe Tite Inn, Chadlington OX7 3NY

    August get-together at the Tite Inn – join us if you can for a meal or just a drink.

  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017

    7 for 7.30The Chequers, Chipping Norton


    Erskine Childers, author of The Riddle of the Sands, made a real-boat voyage in 1897 through the Frisian Islands and saw German warships in the Kiel Canal.
    He always claimed his classic yarn was not a novel but a warning about the threat of invasion from the Kaiser’s Germany.
    Is that the case? As we commemorate 100 years since the First World War, Dick Durham’s talk ‘A Voyage Between Empires’ examines the fact and the fiction.
  • Wed
    25
    Oct
    2017

    7 for 7.30Wychwood Golf Club

    Max Liberson is an RYA Yachtmaster with a passion for adventure, who started his sea career in 1976 on an old wooden trawler. In 2010 Max and a few friends sailed the ferro-cement schooner Gloria, that he had bought to serve as a house boat for the princely sum of £1500, across the Atlantic. She was not in very good condition and a lot of people doubted he would make it out of the Thames estuary let alone to the Caribbean.  After enjoying the exquisite Leeward Islands and stone-broke with a dead engine, he sailed her back to Essex. This is the story of the boat they laughed at.

  • Wed
    29
    Nov
    2017

    7 for 7.30Wychwood Golf Club

    Norway is an amazing country but expensive for us in the UK to visit. Hugh has had a long association with the country through fast jet test flying, sailing and this year, 2017, a cruise in winter to the top of Norway in search of the Northern Lights. The cruise was a revelation; even on big ships some surprises are in store in terms of sailing! In between following the cruise, more or less the full length of Norway and back, we will delve into the other aspects of Hugh’s association with this fascinating land. Hopefully something for everyone on this one!

     


     Menu for 29 November 2017 – £18.50

    A:   Hot Buffet – ‘Steak & Ale Pie’ or ‘Fish Pie Topped with Chive Mash’*
    B:   Vegetarian  Lasagne
    *  *  *   *   *
    P: Selection of Homemade Desserts
    C: Cheese
    *  *  *   *   *
    Coffee

    * The Fish Pie is gluten-free

  • Thu
    14
    Dec
    2017

    7 for 7.30pmThe Blue Boar

    The usual Christmas frolics, including traditional dinner, Barnaby’s famous quiz, a shanty or two from Dave Oakley, photo competition and of course plenty of seasonal cheer!

     


    Christmas Menu for Thursday 14 December 2017 – £24.95

    Starters
    A. Chicken liver parfait  – winter pickles and quince jelly
    B. Severn and Wye smoked salmon – pickled cucumber, shallots, capers and lemon
    C. Root vegetable Bubble and Squeak – butternut squash, Woodhalls ham, quince, chicory and hazlenut salad
    D. Roasted Celeriac soup (v) – toasted chestnuts and seeds
    *  *  *     *     *
    Mains
    A. Crown of English Rose Turkey – pigs in blankets, bread sauce, brussel tops and chestnuts
    B. Pan fried Seabass – fennel, orange and watercress pearl barley and mixed herb gremolata
    C. Celeriac and Sussex Charmer gratin (v) – celeriac, spinach, leek and Sussex Charmer gratin, butternut squash puree, Jerusalem artichokes and olive oil roast potatoes
    D. Slow cooked Beef pudding – star anise and parsnip suet pudding, celeriac puree and brussel tops

    All dishes served with Goose fat roast potatoes and honey roasted carrots and parsnips
    *  *  *     *     *
    Pudding
    A. Cheese
    – Blue Monday, quince jelly and seeded crackers

    B. Apple crumble – Bramley apple and cranberry crumble and home made custard
    C. Christmas pudding – brandy butter ice cream
    D. Whisky treacle tart – clotted cream
    *  *  *     *     *
    Coffee

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