Did you know that Guinness has only about 70% of the calories found in normal bitter or lager?

Read all about it and more, including articles from RCSSC, in the January edition of CS Sailing which is now live on the CSSA website.

Just click on the link and enjoy!!

 

 

 


About Dave Grundy

Public Relations Officer (PRO), past Commodore of RCSSC Rutland Civil Service Sailing Club where we enjoy corporate membership of RSC (Rutland Sailing Club) a premier UK Club based at Edith Weston, on the South Shore of Rutland Water.

I enjoy sailing in good company with our members sailing Squibs and a Soling.

I came back to sailing after seeing an advert from Pete Shuttleworth asking if I ‘fancied a sail?’ – I hadn’t sailed for nearly 30 years. Squibs being keelboats, stable whilst providing an exciting sail, coupled with advice and guidance from Club Helms, gave me the confidence to have a go and I’ve not looked back since.

So glad I found RCSSC.


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2 thoughts on “January CSSA Newsletter

    • David Grundy(H)

      Hello Cathy I see what you mean. Any good sailor is of course flexible and I enjoy a glass of red too. Hope you enjoyed the newsletter, there’s a lot going on across the Civil Service Sailing Association.

      I take you read Trevor Drew’s (Vice Commodore CSSA) comments which refer to meeting up at the Guinness Bar at the London Boat Show which is on this week.

      Enjoy everyone.