I just wanted to say thank you to the crew for a brilliant Sailing Day on Wednesday 26th April. The students had a brilliant time :) Below they have all written a small comment as a thank you to you all.
Dear sailing for the disabled crew
Thank you for a very lovely day sailing on the pride of man 3 and the best bit I enjoy the most was using the engines out in the bay and motoring round the marker boys.
Dear Sailing for the disabled crew, thank you for today. I mostly liked going from cone to cone the best and thanks for lovely day.
Your Sincerely Josh
I had a great time on the boat. It was the most fun time I ever had. I hope we can go again sometime. Cause it was awesome. Thank you so much for this fun day. Sincerely Connor
Dear sailing for the disabled thank you for letting me sail today I liked steering the boat.
Your sincerely Matthew
Dear sailing for the Disabled crew
Thank you for letting me sail today I enjoyed Steering the boat . From Cian convery
Volunteers are needed to help with this bag pack in Shoprite, Derby Road, Peel a week on Saturday.
As well as raising funds to keep our fantastic yacht Pride of Mann III sailing, bag packs also help to raise awareness of the charity.
Please contact Margaret on 832212 if you could possibly spare an hour or two to help with bag packing OR talking to customers and giving out information about SFTD.
Many Thanks to Shoprite for agreeing that we use this store as we haven't visited Peel Shoprite for a few years.
We will be up in Peel later in the year with the boat for The Traditional Boat weekend.
It is only 6 days until Mike Crompton is running the London Marathon raising funds for Sailing for the Disabled in memory of his much loved colleague Mr Andy Pailor. Andy was a great supporter of the Charity and he and his son Ben loved to sail with us.
Please help supporting Mike and the Charity. You can make your donation via PayPal or drop it in one of our collecting boxes that Mike placed in The Cod and Castle chippy and Peel Fisheries Chippy.
It is with sadness that we have to inform you that Mr Robert Clifford Teare has passed away last Monday at his home. Under the name of W E Teare Butchers he has been an enthousiastic supporter and very loyal sponsor of Sailing for the Disabled. He will be sadly missed.
Our thoughts are with his wife Carol, daughters Helen and Diana, sons Robert and James.