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Merry Christmas !

Chasewater Model Boat Club Would like to wish both our Current club members but that of all new prospective club members and followers of this Facebook site a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR. we hope you will have a great holiday, receive some great presents and have a good time. We all look forward to seeing you all again soon. 2018 Membership forms are now available and we are still one of the most competitively priced clubs and venues in the area, superb facilities, ample parking and a sizeable sailing area too. £20 club membership per year, plus insurance isnt going to break the bank !

For those of you who also "Fly", we also accept BMFA insurance cover too, saving you more money!

* The area of water you see in the top LEFT of both images is the water area that the Sailing Club kindly allow us to use, Plenty of safe space to allow many different types of R/C Boat to sail. we do also have a rescue boat too for the occasional incident  where your boat run in t…
Steve [CMBC Secretary] thank you for sorting the membership and your effort during the year keeping us all on track. I hope the guys return their forms quickly. Just a short report on the most memorable Christmas dinner held at The Turf Carvery last Tuesday. Firstly we had no Trophy`s to hand out, on trophy night, so that was deferred. Terry was thanked for sorting the arrangements and we all having pre paid our deposit settled the balance with him. The Turf had phoned to check that we were still going which we confirmed though there was no snow as its on the A5. After a long time and not many staff around we received the pre ordered starters which we all enjoyed. Then as no staff were about we cleared our own plates from the table. Eventually we were told the earlier shift had not cooked any meat and all we had was what was on show a bit of Pork and Gammon. Terry looked under pressure at this point and had his chat to the Management but in true British fashion we got on with it and a…