Well, summer’s here. It’s July already. All the activities of recent months (and years for some) have been leading up to this! Plas Heli will be hosting its first sailing championship before the end of the month.
All the builders and contractors have been working full out for weeks to get the building ready to welcome visitors from 37 countries for the European Optimist Championships on July 18th.
The restaurant, cafe and bar which are open to the public and which look out over Glan y Don beach, will open a soon as possible – we have no definite date at present.
The Jester Challenge fleet berthed at the Plas Heli visitor pontoons to prepare for their challenge from Pwllheli to Baltimore in south west Ireland on Sunday 14th June 2015.
The competitors had a great night in Plas Heli on Saturday night.
They were set on their way by former CHPSC Commodore, Richard Tudor at 1200 hrs on Sunday 14th June 2015.
The Jester Challenge fleet berthed at the Plas Heli visitor pontoons preparing for their challenge from Pwllheli to Baltimore in south west Ireland on Sunday 14th May 2015.
Read about the Challenge in the Afloat here.
On Sunday morning 130 cyclists from all over the UK gathered at Plas Heli in Pwllheli for the inaugural Llŷn Coastal Sportive.
The sun was shining as the cyclist set off on the 50 mile route around the coast of the Llŷn Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty. One of the first challenges facing the cyclist was the steep hill at Rhiw on which participants were timed and the fastest man, woman and junior crowned, King, Queen and Junior King/Queen of the Mountain. Llŷn Coastal Sportive’s inaugural Junior King of the Mountain Rhiryd ab Owain, 17 from Y Ffôr, a member of Dwyfor Cycling Club said: “Today has been a great day, I will defnietly be doing it again next year!”