Thursday, 3 July 2014

Danger men at work!.

Went to the lake yesterday (Wednesday 2nd July 2014) as I had heard the work was going to be started on the landing stage edging, purely in my role as, Duckie Teal, News at Ten (am).

 With Le Commodore watching over proceedings 

Sections being made up ready for drilling and tapping to waters edge, Mike and Geoff seemed to be in charge, though most of the committee were there.
They didn't want to announce the occasion as there wouldn't have been room to move, thats why Wednesday was decided on I reckon!, its usually a quiet day.


Patent maker Geoff 

How many more Mike?.

 Tricky bit here.

Nice of the Commodore to tip Mike wasn't it.



Hold it for me lads!.

Right to the end 



Alan weiding his big stick, oh no its a brush isn't it, doing his pointing of the flag stones 

Nice job Alan, Gardeners World next hey!.

 Any sausage Geoff.

What was that!.

I'll never get home at this rate

Finishing touches and Andy winding down

Gate end, the uprights and string are hopefully going to keep the wildlife off the stage, if it doesn't work Mike says he will take them off again.


Rescue boat end.

Finished job and all cleared up!.
A big thank you to the workers and a superb job!.

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Your next events,
1000hrs 6th July          Sunday         Fiesta Racing          Landing stage 
After the fiesta racing!
Warship event in aid of the Help 4 Hero's fund
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Colwyn Bay Model Boat Club – Mayor’s Cup Regatta
Sunday 13th July 2014
Colwyn Bay MBC are again holding their regatta this year and we have been invited over for the day to sail on their lake behind the Colwyn bay Civic Offices.
There is plenty of free parking within yards of the lake and there is no admission charge.
The ‘Commodore’s Regatta Trophy’ is open to any visitor who displays a boat and fills in an application form. There are two classes, 1 – actually sailing on the lake, 2 – static display.
Arrivals from 08.00am, most people depart around 4.00/5.00pm.

For those who have not been before, go down A55 and turn off at junction 22, left on to ‘The Promenade’, to island. 4th exit ‘Abergele Road’, turn right at Civic Offices to end of road. Alternatively plug LL29 8AR in to your ‘Sat Nav’.

You will notice that this event is in the tabs a the top of the page so you don't keep having to scroll back here 

2 comments:



  1. Excellent photo sequence - Hope the rest of the members
    appreciate all the hard work.

    Geoff

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  2. An excellent blog, Duckie!

    Nice to see the members joining in and having a good time!

    Bob

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