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Welcome to Littleton Sailing Club

Watch our video to see what we do at LittletonLittleton is an active sailing club, with a friendly atmosphere. Situated on an attractive 80 acre lake, we focus mostly on racing dinghies, although dinghy cruising and windsurfing are also popular. We are an RYA approved training centre, running beginner and improver courses for our members, whilst our junior members learn in a relaxed and fun environment.

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Littleton is part of the CSSA

RYA approved training centre

2016 RYA Level 1 & 2
(4 day) Courses

23, 24 Apr, 7, 8 May
11, 12, 18, 19 June
20, 21, 22, 23 Aug
2, 8, 9, 15 Oct

2016 RYA Level 3 Course
9, 10 July

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Forthcoming events

Short Race Series - September
Ideal for practicing your start technique, this series has 5 short races a day (3 before lunch and 2 after). View the calendar to check which dates follow this quick fire format, then come and join in the fun!

SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING - 8pm, Wednesday 28 September
The purpose of this SGM is to discuss and vote on a proposal to change the Membership renewal date from 1st January to a date later in the year. All members are invited. The bar will be open.

Pioneer Cup - Saturday 1 October
Three personal handicap races, 2 out of 3 to count. Prizegiving in the bar after sailing.

RNLI Charity Quiz Night - Saturday 22 October
10 per ticket to including fish & chip supper, bar open and RNLI Souvenir Stall and Raffle. We are hoping to put together two teams of ten from Littleton, so if you are interested please let Mel Harris know as soon as possible. Payment required by end of September.

RYA Training Courses and Informal Coaching
Find out about the training courses we are running for 2016, or if you want some informal coaching to improve your sailing join in with our Wednesday evening improver sessions, or come along to one of the cruising days scheduled on the club calendar if you just want to practice your sailing skills.


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Comet Open Meeting start lineLittleton Comet Open Meeting - 11 September
Young Chris Hatton from Severn SC, dominated Littleton's Comet Open Meeting for the second year in a row, seeing off his elders in style to claim overall victory. First Littleton boat was Steve Lemmon, in third place.
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Team Littleton ready!Littleton Juniors at the NSSA National Youth Regatta - 24-29 July
297 competitors, all under 18, represented county and regional teams from across the UK at the 2016 NSSA Regatta at Great Yarmouth. Team Littleton comprised 9 sailors. For 8, it was their first regatta and for 7 this was the first time sea sailing with substantial tide. Littleton results: Laser Radial - Nic Murphy 42nd/60, Katie Harris 60/60, Edgar Povey 44th/60, Will Bonnar DNF. Rookie Handicap class - Feva XL (Each took turns as helm and crew) James VDB/Teo Hibbet 6th/10, Rebecca Selves/Millie Bonnar 9th/10. Rookie Topper - Humphery Povey 12/15. Nic Murphy and Katie Harris were both awarded 'high potential NSSA sailor' awards, of a 1 week intensive training at the Weymouth Training Centre in late August. View photos ...

RS Feva 2016 World Championships - 25-30 July, SantanderRS Feva World Championships start line
Littleton young sailors, Toby Mizzi and Tom Callum did themselves proud at the Feva Worlds. They qualifyed for the Gold Fleet and came 47th overall (out of 160), although they had hoped for more wind which would have suited them better. Read Y&Y reports ...

Littleton Open Day - 14 May
A total of 40 people took to the water in dinghies and on SUPs on Littleton's Open Day.
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Action at the 2016 Littleton Laser Open MeetingLittleton Laser Open Meeting - 16 April
A fleet of 28 Lasers, gathered at Littleton for the 2nd event of the Laser Thames Valley Grand Prix. The fleet was split into Standard, Radial and 4.7. In a shifty F2-3, winner of the Standard fleet was George Beck (Papercourt), Radial fleet winner was Mark Fowler (Littleton), and 4.7 winner was Edgar Povey (Littleton). Read Y&Y report ... View event video ... Photos ...

SUPs now welcome!Stand Up Paddleboards Welcomed
Stand up paddleboarders are welcome to join the club and are able to use the water alongside our sailors and windsurfers. Paddleboarding is a great way to keep fit and particularly to build core strength and balance.

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The perfect gift for friends or family! Littleton accepts RYA gift vouchers as payment or part payment for training courses and sailing taster sessions. Purchase vouchers from the RYA ...


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