It's here at last - our first trip to the seaside of the year!!
For the first time since the 1990's, the larks are returning to Pagham which is situated south of Chichester - directions are below. The reports I have received of the venue are that the sailing is fantastic.
First of two starts on Saturday 21st April is at 1300 with a 1200 briefing; 1000 on the Sunday 22nd for 3 races.
There is dinner and dancing arranged and we are also sharing with the National 12 fleet so the dancefloor should be busy. There is car and boat parking within the club grounds and the club have arranged with one of the neighbours who owns some land near the club to allow camping on their land for a small charge. You can camp here Friday and Saturday night. The Kings Beach is the local pub and has a few rooms; 01243 262006. The Inglenook Hotel in Nyetimber is about a mile away but quite pricey; 01243 262495. Bognor Regis is 3-4 miles away and has loads of B&Bs & hotels.
see you there
From the West: Turn right at the third A27 Chichester bypass roundabout onto the B2145 (Huston Road). After 1 mile fork left onto the B2166 (Lagness Road) then at the Walnut Tree pub go straight over onto Pagham Road. After 4 miles turn left onto Sea Lane. After 250yds do a quick right-left onto Beach Road and the Club is straight ahead.
From the East: Just over the large railway bridge on the A27 Chichester bypass, take the second exit off the roundabout (signed to Pagham). After 1 mile turn left at the Walnut Tree pub onto Pagham Road and follow the above instructions.