Join us Saturday 21 May on our Coffee morning from 10.30 - 13.00 on board POMIII in Douglas harbour.
Open to all members and friends of the charity. We are looking for volunteers to help with the event so if your are able to help contact Carole, mobile 480652 or email@example.com
Any donations of cakes will be very welcome!
Saturday 21 May we are having a coffee morning on board to welcome Pride of Mann III back in Douglas we will publish details shortly but keep the date for your diary! We are looking for volunteers to help with the event so if your are able to help contact Carole, mobile 480652 or firstname.lastname@example.org
After a frustrating period in which Pride of Mann III (“POM”) has been waiting for repairs, she will finally be back on the Island Sunday 1 May fully repaired. This is great because we can all get back to what we love, going out sailing and the weather should be on our side now as well. POM will be back on her usual birth in Douglas.
The sailing schedule has been updated to 30 June and there are lots of sails on there for you to come and join. There are plenty of ways to book sails: via email email@example.com , via phone 471222, Text and WhatsApp. If you see our Crewmaster Chris Wood, he will even take bookings in person! We are trying to make it nice and easy.
There are some training sails scheduled these are open to everyone but the focus is on crew development,
Keep an eye on the sailing schedule on the website as it will be updated on an ongoing basis.
We are all champing at the bit to get back on board Pride of Mann III and we hope so are you!
Depending on the weather we expect to be able to collect her at the end of this week, so keep an eye on the sailing program and get in touch with the Crewmaster to book a sail. (Tel. 471222 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
With dredging works of Douglas harbour still continuing, the boat will be moored in Peel harbour until further notice.
The conversion to a company limited by guarantee and transfer to a new charity was due to have taken place on 1 April 2022. We have been making every effort to meet this deadline but for reasons entirely outside of our control we do not have all the requirements in place to meet this deadline. Significant progress has been made already, having obtained an Attorney Generals Licence to dispense with the word “limited” from the company name, incorporated the company and progressed the charity application. We still plan to convert during 2022 and are working to replan whilst still progressing the requirements.
We will update members as soon as we have more specific information. This is very disappointing, but we believe the conversion can be completed well in advance of the charities’ 2022 AGM in the early autumn.