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Legend of the Bay 2017 :: Post event write up

Another year, another great Legend of the Bay at Watergate Bay. This year it was over the weekend of the 1st and 2nd of April.

It might have been April Fools Day, but there was to be no fooling around to be had as dawn broke and the sun started to rise over the golden sand of Watergate Bay on the North Cornish coastline, ready for this years Legend of the Bay.

The concept for Legend of the Bay is straightforward – a one-day kitesurfing competition and a one-day stand up paddleboarding competition. Individuals can enter either, with those proficient in both sports able to enter both and with it compete for the overall title and be crowned LEGEND OF THE BAY!

Saturday would see the staging of the kitesurfing competition, and would take the format of two groups of four going head to head in a Round Robin format with 1st place from Group One taking on 2nd place of Group Two and 1st place Group Two taking of 2nd of Group One in the Semi Finals. The winners of each Semi Final would then face of in the Final.

Between the sunny spells and showers competitors and spectators waiting for the wind where able to look at and discuss some of the latest kiteboarding equipment kindly brought down by North Kiteboarding and Liquid Force Kiteboarding.

Early afternoon the wind started to fill the kites and it was time to sound the horn and get the competition under way. Group one consisted of Paul Stebbings, Jamie Crossman (both entered for Legend title) Brad Shaw and Ben Clarke. Group Two Lee Harvey, Sean Facey (Legends) and Craig Smith and Russell Fields.

With it being a Round Robin first round format, competitors would each have three heats to claim their place in the Semi Finals.

The judging criteria, scoring would be based on style and wave riding. So whilst aerial and jumps always look impressive, for this competition they would not score unless used as part of a transaction of the wave ride. During the 15-minute heats competition would be scored on up to 10 waves, with the top two waves forming the overall score.

Winds were light and on shore, so it was about wave selection and making the most of the conditions. Special mention to both Lee and Ben for some very impressive board skill during aerials especially they were riding strapless.

After the group stage it would be Paul and Ben from Group One and Lee and Sean from Group Two head into the Semi Final. As the wind started to drop it would be the experience of Paul and Lee seeing them heading to the Final.

The Final saw some great riding from both competitor in conditions and wind that were fading away, but it held up long enough for the final horn to be blown, and with it victory to Lee Harvey.

It the league for Legend of the Bay positions were as follows:

  • 1st Lee Harvey
  • 2nd Paul Stebbings
  • 3rd Sean Facey
  • 4th Jamie Crossman

All was set for a great Sunday SUP Showdown and the second day of competition.

Sunday morning and Watergate Bay was bathed in clear warming skies, blue waters and waves. Format for competition. Round One Four Heat with the 1st proceeding to Round Three. 2nd, 3rd and 4th from Open Heats would go into Round Two Reportage, with the 1st and 2nd place joining the Winners from Round One, in Round Three, then into a knock out to the Final.

Legend of the Bay whilst being a competition is as much as anything else a fun/social event, and as such would see a mix of men, women and juniors matched up against each other in the competition. In the free surfing period before the start of the competition and having spend his winter training and competing in Hawaii, it was clear that Marcio Dais would be the one to beat, as he slashed and rode his 74ltr surf sup board through the Cornish surf.

The early rounds saw a mixture of high and low for everyone, and the condition charged as the tide headed out. Round Three Heat 1 would see Sean Facey and Blue Ewer progress to the Semi Finals, over Paul Stebbings and James West. In Heat Two it would be Marico Dias and Dave Ewer progressing over Lee Harvey and Jamie Crossman.

One fact for the coming season with Blue moving up to the Open Division he will soon be competing against his father Dave. Now that will be an interesting one to watch. However for today that will have to wait, as Dave was drawn against Sean, and Blue against Marcio.

Semi Final A and it was wave for wave for Dave and Sean. Sean had surfed a blinder all day and maybe his new board, which was bigger and a bit more floaty over the modern SUP Surfboard give him the edge over Dave in the conditions. Sean won his way and a very well deserved place in the Final.

In Semi Final B Blue surfed well, but it was clear that we seeing some great SUP Surfing from Marico, which would take him to the Final.

With the warm sun high in the sky and covering everyone with warm sunshine. There was time for us to run a women’s competition featuring two British Champions, Holly Bassett and Tina Baresfoot. Nothing more at steak then claiming the glory of the victory, but it would also allow the both of them to suss one another out ahead of this years BSUPA SUP Series, where they will both come up against each other. Good riding from both with Tina claiming 1st place over Holly.

The Final of the SUP Surf saw Marico step up a gear and give everyone a great show of SUP surf skills; Sean once surfed hard but could match the ability of Marcio. Victory to Dias.

Only thing left to establish would be who would be Crowned Legend the Bay.

The table was looking like this:

  • Lee – 1st Kite, 3rd SUP Total = 4 points
  • Paul – 2nd Kite, 2nd SUP Total = 4 points
  • Sean – 3rd Kite, 1st SUP Total = 4 points
  • Jamie – 4th Kite, 4th SUP Total = 8 points

The tag line for Legend of the Bay is ‘There can be only one’!  There was only one way to decide… a SUP Surf Off, with all four taking to the water for one final push for fortune and glory. Everyone was surfed out, and even Paul’s dog Dudley was flagging after to days of running up, down and around the beach and shore line all weekend. Time ticked away; with all competitors giving it they’re all. The horn sounds, judges counted scores, and it would be last years runner up Paul Stebbings taking the prize of 2017 Legend of the Bay.

Ever humble Paul was keen to share the celebrations with his follow competitors and Dudley!

A special mention to Jamie Crossman who ever so nearly tubed a wave during the SUP competition. Always impressive to see.

Competition Director Richard Marsh, commented “Another great event, and a great weekend of sportsmanship from all competitors. Organising a competition of this nature involved much effort from a great number of individual along with all the competitors. I thank everyone for their support’.

Richard Marsh, BSKA & BSUPA would like to extend their deepest gratitude to the follow without whose help, assistance, and support this event would not be possible.

RESULTS

Legend of the Bay

Paul Stebbings

Kitesurf

  • 1st Lee Harvey
  • 2nd Paul Stebbings
  • 3rd Sean Facey/Ben Clarke

SUP Open Surf

  • 1st Marcio Dias
  • 2nd Sean Facey
  • 3rd Dave Ewer/Blue Ewer

SUP Women Surf

  • 1st Tina Baresfoot
  • 2nd Holly Bassett

Kernow Kitesurf Club, 2017 AGM Minutes

19:00, Thursday 16th March 2017 at Hawkins Arms in Zelah.

Welcome and thanks for coming from Rory Jenkins, current KKC Chairman.

Area Rep Updates:

Generally, all is going well. Current beach reps gave an update.

Par and surround area has the notable detail that the current development in Carlyon Bay means a bigger area for launching and landing.

Marazion has had some problems with those on foil boards struggling to re-launch their kites and even get RNLI rescued. The RNLI has and will be repeat approached if they want kite specific training from the club or BKSA. This is to be perused at a Cornwall level and at all beaches where the beach rep’s have contact with the RNLI.

Bluff (aka Hayle) pass system and kitesurfing there is working out well. The rest of the beach up to Marazion is all working well.

Perranporth, Perran Sands, Crantock, Fistral and Watergate all working well.

Daymer Bay did have an incident with some kitesurfers, apparently from Bristol. The rep is going to approach the harbour master re the KKC paying for signage on the Hawkers side of the estuary and also re kite rescue training for the RNLI. The hope is that by working with the current authorities, there may in years to come be strong understanding so that the full 9am to 6pm kitesurfing ban in July and August can be reviewed.

Club Equipment:

We have Club Woo’s and GoPro cameras.

We need to get a tally of these, with the beach rep’s doing an inventory update, so that we can decide what (if any) additional club equipment we get.

Woo Off Prize giving

By show of hands there was a virtually autonomous view that prizes should only go to those who were not only a club member at the time of a club competition, but who are still a club member at the time of prize giving.

The figures, and prizes were organised by Angus Toby / Hoxton Special.

Combined total of all jumps in the competition period, who did the most:

  • 1st prize to Andrew Larder
  • 2nd Tim Allingham (to be confirmed by Angus)
  • 3rd Matt Dennett

Single biggest jump:

  • 1st, Matt Taylor with 12.2m
  • 2nd Andrew Larder
  • 3rd Matt Dennet

Best Cornwall Kitesurfing Video

As at the last AGM, a prize for the video shown at the AGM that got the best show of hands (or vocal noise from the crowd). Had to be Cornwall kitesurfing related and no more than 90 seconds. This year the clear winner was a great video by Angus that had most of us laughing, https://youtu.be/8rD5odrJNuI. The prize was arranged by Loz / Lodey’s.

Accounts update:

We started the last financial year with £3069.

Over the year, we’ve had £1560 in from the BKSA. The Bluff fee to the harbour master and the cost of the Bluff passes (£187) is pretty much exactly the income from selling the Bluff passes (over 100 sold last year, raising around £700).

We end the year with £3700.00.

Subsidised Training in 2017 to 2018

Post the AGM the committee agreed to increase the amount of money spend on subsidising kitesurfing training for members.

The agreed detail is:

  • Any KKC member can get £20 off a lesson by a local BKSA approved kite school / instructor.
  • No training will be less than £25, so that there is always a contribution to the training by the KKC club member.
  • The KKC member gets this by presenting their BKSA card with the KKC as their local club, to the BKSA school / BKSA instructor, who will note the details and get the £20 from the KKC.
  • The KKC member gets this discount a max of twice in the year. Last year it was once per year.
  • An annual cap of £700 for training related spend. Once the club has paid out £700 in training in the year, the scheme will be reviewed based on available club finances.
  • Conceptually we hope that this will be spread across BKSA schools in Cornwall. But if one BKSA school or one BKSA instructor is more pro-active, that should also be encouraged.

Events

The last year has had some great events, thanks to active effort by club members. This included a Swap Meet Up and a Winter Warmer with Santa Costumes on the beach.

The Legend of the Bay event was great and is due to repeat this year (April 1st and 2nd at Watergate).

Events planned for the next year include a pub quiz evening, further swap meets, ride your own DIY board, and the CRX race system.

Any Other Business

A word of on-going thanks to Jan for his photography of many club members. He has now had some kitesurf lessons himself.

The club sadly lost a great member and supporter of the club. Ted Moir, who was instrumental in getting kitesurfing back at the The Bluff via the Bluff Pass system, sadly lost his battle with cancer. While many never met him, the cake he got from the club at his bed on his birthday and the level of comments he received on Facebook were very much appreciated by him and his family. Many KKC members attended his memorial service. He will be missed, but not forgotten.

Election of Club Committee and Beach Representatives for the next year

The current list of club committee people was read out. An initial question was asked if anybody wanted to stand as a new Chairperson or propose a new Chairperson. Nobody did. It was then asked if anybody wanted any change to the club committee, to which there was a clear majority no. So the existing committee were asked if they were happy to stay in their positions. They all said yes, so no change there.

Same for beach officers with the exception of an extra Bluff beach representative.

The meeting was then concluded with quite a few people staying behind to continue the social meet up.

KKC 2017 AGM Agenda

Thursday 16th March 2017

7pm at Hawkins Arms, TR4 9HU.

  • The Hawkins Arms is in Zelah, just off the A30, just north of Chiverton roundabout.
  • As usual, the club pays for the drinks for the evening (provided nobody abuses this !)
    Please bring along your BKSA card with your KKC membership to get the free drinks (or we do have a list of current paid up members).
  • Minutes from last years AGM are at http://www.kernowkitesurfclub.co.uk/kkc-2016-agm/.
  • The recent (9 Feb 2017) KKC Swap Meet was at the same Hawkins Arms. It went well with gear being swapped (including for cash). So do by all means, repeat bring any gear along that others might want.

Discussion about the next meeting is on the KKC Facebook page.

AGENDA (let us know if you have agenda suggestions)

  • Area Rep Updates (including Bluff update)
  • Event Updates, last years Swap Meet and the Santa Kitesurf & Winter Warmer.
  • General Club Updates
  • Club equipment tally. Please bring along any club gear eg The Woo’s.
  • Accounts Update
  • Woo prizes (highest jump for each area & overall highest)
  • Video prizes (best 90 second Cornwall Kitesurfing Video)
  • Legend of the Bay and North Kiteboarding demo weekend (April 1st & 2nd @ Watergate).
  • Elect the Club Admin and Officers for the next year.
  • Events planned for the next year ?
  • Any Other Business (AOB)

Rory Jenkins (current KKC Chairman)

KKC 2016 AGM (Thursday 24th March, 7pm Hayle) – Minutes

When: 19:00, Thursday 24th March 2016
Were: The Royal Standard Inn in Hayle

Welcome and thanks for coming from Rory Jenkins, current KKC Chairman. Great to see ever increasing turn out.

Apologies from:
– Paul Frost, Daymer beach rep
– Pete Stephens
– Craig Smith (traffic reports meant turned around)
– Timo from Mobius is to off to a family Easter
– Robert Foster

Area Updates

Par & St Austell – Denzil Williams (current area rep) wasn’t present, but those who use the area all reported no problems.

Marazion & The Bluff area – The current reps (Lawrence Smith, Marke Graham & Alex Hapgood) and others present report that the Bluff pass is working well. The Harbour Master is pleased with how things are working. At Marazion, the weather feed on the top of Lodey Sails, is working well.

Perranporth – Matt Taylor reports that all going well.

Watergate – Craig Smith (current rep) sent apologies. Those present reported great times and no problems

Daymer & Hawker – Paul Frost had pre sent in that there are now signs up stating the ban in July and August. That he is going to call in and speak to the harbour authorities with regards to trying to get the ban lifted on the hawkers side providing people do not kite out into the channel. He’ll keep us posed.

Accounts Update

We have £?????.??

Who jumped the highest

Using the Woo tracker devices we were able to get a winner for each of our main spots and a further £100 for the highest jump in the year.

  • Par & St Austell :: Paul Frost
  • Maza & The Bluff, :: Mark Hill (14.3m)
  • Perranporth :: Timo McOvens (11.4m)
  • Watergate :: Craig Smith (10.5m)
  • Daymer Bay :: Craig Smith (9.6m)

To the winners, email or Facebook Messenger send copy or photo of your receipt from one of our local shops (Down The Line, Lodey Sails & Westcountry Watersports) and Rory will BACS you the amount, up to the amount of your prize.

Who made the best 90 second Cornwall Kitesurfing Videos?

There were some great entries with the winning prizes going to:

1st Lee Pasty Harvey, £100
2nd Dom Moore
3rd Craig Smith ?

It was agreed that next year there would be 2 categories. With a first and and second prize in each of £100 and £50 respectively. One category for those videos only shot with GoPro cameras. The other category for videos shot by any means.

Through the year, put your videos, on our KKC Facebook page.

To the winners, email or Facebook Messenger send copy or photo of your receipt from one of our local shops (Down The Line, Lodey Sails & Westcountry Watersports) and Rory will BACS you the amount, up to the amount of your prize.

Watergate Legend of the Bay

This event is back for the third year on 23-24th April.

The format remains the same as last time one day kite, one day SUP.
Competitors can enter individual competitions or should they wish enter both. The Individuals with the highest combined scores will be crowned Legend of the Bay.

Divisions will be Open Men and Open Women. Individuals wishing to enter must be members of either BKSA or BSUPA to enter competition.

Any KKC member, by producing their BKSA card that shows they are a KKC member will get £10 off their entry fee. So £15 for single event entry & £25 to enter the kite AND SUP events if you’re a KKC member.

Club Admin and Officers

By show of hands, majority vote, based on those present at the meeting, the 2016 committee and beach officer line up is:

Committee

  • Chairperson: (Rory Jenkins)
  • Treasurer:  (Lawrence Smith)
  • Child Safety Officer: (Lawrence Smith)
  • Club Secretary: (Simon Crabb)
  • Beach Safety Officer: (Matt Taylor)

Beach Representatives:

  • Par & St Austell – Denzil Williams
  • Marazion & The Bluff area – Lawrence Smith, Mark Graham, Mark Hill, James Cook  & Alex Hapgood
  • Perranporth – Matt Taylor & ….
  • Watergate – Dom Moore, Tim Allingham & Nick Allen
  • Daymer & Hawker – Paul Frost

Thanks To:

Alex for bringing along a whole stack of recent surplus kite magazines.
Mark P for bringing along the projector.

Legend of the Bay :: Watergate kite & SUP event.

From the photos and Facebook and other reports I’ve heard, it was a fantastic event.

Well done and thankyou to all who competed and helped make the event a reality.

Amazing photos by Bob Berry at West Country Water Sports.

Legends of the Bay. Watergate Bay 18th April 2015

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Legends of the Bay. Watergate Bay 18th April 2015

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Legends of the Bay. Watergate Bay 18th April 2015

and some photos from the SUP aspects of the comp.

Legends of the Bay. Watergate Bay 18th April 2015

Legends of the Bay. Watergate Bay 18th April 2015

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Legends of the Bay. Watergate Bay 18th April 2015

Legend of the Bay :: Kite & SUP event

Title of Event: Legend of the Bay
Date: April 18th & 19th April 2015
Location: Watergate Bay

Britishkitesports & British Stand Up Paddleboard Association are proud announce that Legend of the Bay will be returning to Watergate Bay over the weekend of April 18th & 19th.

WGB-EVENTS-POSTER-LEGENDS-2015-sponsors 2 copy

Format

This unique event showcases not one by two of the most exciting watersports, Kitesurfing and Stand Up Paddleboard. Over the course of the weekend competitors can entry either a one day Kite Wave competition or a one day Stand Up Paddleboard Wave competition. Should the competitors be proficient in both sports they can enter both. The competitor with the highest combined score will be crowned ‘Legend of the Bay’.

For those competing for the Legend of the Bay title, this unique competition format makes it both exciting and nail biting till the final hooter of the final round of competition. You cannot step of the gas at any point during any of the heats you have be winning to stay in the game. ‘There can be only one’!

Competition of both days will aim to start around 9am, with semi-finals and final held towards late afternoon when the tide as turned an will bring the competition closer to the beach, and in front of the Beach Hut. Prize Giving will follow after the completion of the day competetion. Ideally it is aimed to stage the Kitesurfing Wave competition on the Saturday, and Stand Up Paddleboard Surf Competition on the Sunday. It however will depend of weather forecast.

Who will be there?

In terms of competitors to watch over the weekend, entry has just opened so no real list so far. However former BSUPA National Champion Neil Gent has confirmed his intensions to compete. Neil has competed on the national scene for both sports for many years, and will be a strong contender for the title. Closer to home Lee ‘Pasty’ Harvey will be strong in the kite competition. Lee paddleboards to so watch this space…

For anyone wishing to enter details etc can be found via the following link: www.webcollect.org.uk/wcws

BSKA & BSUPA would like to thank the following for their support and contribution in stage this event:

For more information on Legend of the Bay please contact Richard Marsh via e-mail masthighltd@me.com

Kernow Kitesurf Club, 2015 AGM Minutes

19:30, Thursday 19th March 2015 at The Seiners in Perranporth

Welcome and thanks for coming from Rory Jenkins, current KKC Chairman.
Apologies from: Lee Harvey.

General Club Update

The club continues to exist, with increasingly active beach rep’s around Cornwall and no reported problems with the The Bluff passes at Hayle.

We have 110 paid up members.

During the last 12 months the KKC supported a Wave event that was well attended by club and national riders.

Club Admin and Officers

By show of hands, majority vote, based on those present at the meeting, the 2015 committee and beach officer line up is:

Committee

  • Chairperson: (Rory Jenkins)
  • Treasurer:  (Lawrence Smith)
  • Child Safety Officer: (Lawrence Smith)
  • Club Secretary: (Simon Crabb)
  • Beach Safety Officer: (Matt Taylor)

Beach Representatives:

  • Par & St Austell – Denzil Williams
  • Marazion & The Bluff area – Lawrence Smith, Marke Graham & Alex Hapgood
  • Perranporth – Matt Taylor
  • Watergate – Craig Smith
  • Daymer & Hawker – Paul Frost

Accounts Update

We have £3443.00.

Locations and Bluff Pass Update

It’s all working well.


Plans for 2015

Who can jump the highest ?

We’ve voted to buy 5 club Woo tracker devices (thankyou to Lee “Pasty” for the idea).
There will be one with the beach beach rep at the main locations:

  • Par & St Austell,
  • Maza & The Bluff,
  • Perranporth
  • Watergate
  • Daymer Bay

At the next AGM the highest jump (by a KKC member) at each of the locations will get a £50 voucher for surf gear and the highest overall jump £100.

The vouchers will be valid at the 3 main shops in Cornwall that the meeting felt do the most for the KKC. Not least of all because they sell the Bluff passes for the club:

Hopefully, our KKC Facebook page will have a year of people posting their jump attempts !

Who can create the best 90 second Cornwall Kitesurfing Video?

We voted to buy 5 of the new cheap (circa £100 each) GoPro cameras.

These will again be with the beach rep’s.

At next years AGM we will show anybodies Corwall Kitesurfing video, max 90 seconds and vote on the top 5.

First prize will be £100, with 2nd to 5th getting £50 each. Again, these will be vouchers, valid at the same 3 shops (Down The Line, Lodey Sails & Westcountry Watersports).

You can also enter clips from your own GoPro or other video device.

Again, open to all KKC members & hopefully, our KKC Facebook page will have a year of people posting the videos.

Watergate Legend of the Bay

This event is back !
It’ll be this spring over the weekend of April 18th & 19th.

The format remains the same as last time one day kite, one day SUP.
Competitors can enter individual competitions or should they wish enter both. The Individuals with the highest combined scores will be crowned Legend of the Bay.

Divisions will be Open Men and Open Women. Individuals wishing to enter must be members of either BKSA or BSUPA to enter competition.

Any KKC member, by producing their BKSA card that shows they are a KKC member will get £10 off their entry fee.

Wind (&other weather) Feed for Marazion

We voted to contribute up to £300 of club funds towards a wind and other weather info station on the top of Lodey Sails, so that we can on-line see what the conditions are like down there.

KKC Holiday ?

There was the suggestion of a club organised holiday to perhaps The Canary Islands or the Scilies. The discussion suggested this could be a challenge, but perhaps one or several club members will be able to talk to a travel operator or Lee “Pasty” who organises coaching trips, to see what can be done.

General

If there is info on the Website ( http://www.kernowkitesurfclub.co.uk/) you want (or want updated), please let Rory know ( rory@kernowkitesurfclub.co.uk).

2014 AGM Minutes

Kernow Kitesurf Club, 2014 AGM Minutes

19:30, Thursday 3rd April 2014 at Royal Standard Inn in Hayle

Welcome and thanks for coming from Rory Jenkins, current KKC Chairman.
Apologies from: Lee Harvey, Pete Stephens, Ryan & Simon Crabb

Area Rep Updates:
All is going well. Current beach reps report no problems and they are happy to carry on in their respective areas. Some conversation about increasing the number of beach reps if other people want to be a beach rep for any areas.

General Club Update
The club continues to exist, with the principle objective that that there is a single voice and point of contact for The Bluff passes at Hayle.

This is working well and can be used if other beaches need a similar singular voice in Cornwall.

The club has some hoodies and other clothing. It was agreed this would be given out to club reps so that they have a “uniform” when at spots.

During the summer, Rory Jenkins & Craig Smith are going to look at chatting to the RNLI about providing safety cover for a “down winder” from Perranporth to Watergate.

Bluff update:
This is working well from the point of the view of the club, it’s members and the harbour authority.
An increase in bluff pass visibility would be great, but all alternatives to a tag on your kite harness that you always have, have other problems.

Lawrence Smith is going to see if the main Marazion car park will take £1.00 of the parking fee on presentation of a Bluff Pass. The club will make up this £1.00 at the end of the month. This extra benefit to having a Bluff Pass will help increase the number or riders in the area having a Bluff pass.

Accounts Update:
£2,334.

If any club members want to organise any club events for which funding would help, they should contact the committee.

Club Admin and Officers:
All existing members of the committee were re-elected.

  • Chairperson: (Rory Jenkins)
  • Treasurer:  (Lawrence Smith)
  • Child Safety Officer: (Lawrence Smith)
  • Club Secretary: (Simon Crabb)
  • Beach Safety Officer: (Dom Moore)
  • Race Rep: (Lee Harvey)

All beach reps were re-elected and some new beach reps were elected:

  • Denzil Williams – Par & St Austell
  • Joz Donohoe – Marazion & The Bluff area
  • Mark Graham  – Bluff
  • Matt Taylor – Bluff & Perranporth
  • Watergate – Craig Smith

KKC AGM scheduled for Thurs 3rd April at 7:30pm in Hayle

The KKC AGM is scheduled for early next month:
– 7:30 pm, Thurs 3rd April 2014
– Royal Standard Inn in Hayle

The Royal Standard Inn is on the corner by the harbour opposite the big Philps pasty shop. https://plus.google.com/104009928867715628489/about?gl=uk&hl=en.

Agenda

  • Area Rep Updates
  • General Club Update
  • Bluff update
  • Accounts Update
  • Club Admin and Officers
    As previously agreed there are 3 committee officers (Chairman, Secretary & Treasurer) with a subcommittee & beach reps.
    The sub-committee will report to the committee and organise club activities for the benefit of the members.  Bluff rep will take care of the Bluff pass.
    Beach reps will simply be a point of contact for the kitesurfers or land owners etc on the main beaches who will then pass details onto the committee.