West Kirby Sailing Club
The Club offers a broad range of sailing opportunities most of the year round. Sailing takes place on the Marine Lake on weekday evenings between April and October, weekends from April to December and selected Sundays in Februay and March. There is also tidal sailing between April and October. The Clubhouse opens six nights each week (not Sundays) and at lunch time at weekends, Bank Holidays and Wednesdays.
A variety of social functions are arranged for members by the House Committee and details of forthcoming events are displayed on the notice board behind the bar in the Main Room and on the website. Members may hire rooms for private functions subject to the approval of the General Committee well in advance.
There is a busy programme of events in the winter months including ShipShape on Tuesdays, a quiz on Wednesdays and Bridge is played in the Wilson Room on Thursdays throughout the year. Each Friday evening is Club night in the Main Room and the 200 Plus Club is held on the last Friday of each month in the Main Room.
The various notice boards around the Club advertise sailing events, social functions and official notices.
There are also notice boards in the entrance hall where members may advertise boats for sale and crewing requirements. This is the only unauthorised advertising in the Club. The website is also regularly updated with a wealth of information and photographs.
The Club magazine, Seldom Seen, is published twice a year and is financed by advertising. It is named after a buoy in the Dee Estuary.
In addition, on the basis that nobody ever reads notices (!) you can also subscribe to a weekly e-mail
The newsletter will update you with details of imminent Club events and this website will keep you informed of a variety of Club information