Arwel Jones from Asda presenting David Hughes Community Development Officer for Plas Heli Cyf with biscuits and chutney in aid of the "Grwp Awyr Agored" Pen Llyn Outdoor Clubs Beer, Cheese & Wine night this Friday at the Pwllheli Sailing Club starting 7pm.
Tickets are available from the Club or email email@example.com, or you are welcome to come along on the evening and buy tickets at the door. There will be entertainment, local cheese with a selection of local chutney(s), biscuits, wine and various local Guest Beers on tap. The Clubs will also be showing a selection of films that have been made recently showcasing what they have to offer for local people and visitors alike.
Hope to see you on Friday!!
We are delighted to report that the marine works has started - the bund on the west side of the harbour has been constructed and the dredging is on-going and should be completed before Easter - although the dredging of the new area for the dedicated visitor and events berths, to the north of the marina, may take a little longer.
The whole of the marine works including the new quay will be completed in June this year. This photograph shows the construction of the new quay wall which will form part of the access to the new pontoons.
We are very pleased to inform you that the main contractor for the iconic academy building has been appointed - The following is a Gwynedd Council Press Release:
A north Wales company has been appointed by Gwynedd Council to construct the iconic National Sailing Academy and Events Centre building at Pwllheli.
The contract between Gwynedd Council and Wynne Construction allows the work on site to begin in April 2014 with the construction period to last 12 months.
This latest contract completes the package of contracts associated with the £8.3 million National Sailing Academy and Events Centre project, which is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government. The road development is completed and the marine works is currently underway within the harbour.
Work has started on the new Hub building - the new (28m x 12m) storage shed for the user groups. This will be a fantastic facility and will assist the growth in the outdoor activity sections which include, amongst others, the rowing club, kayaking club and sailing.
This work is being caried out by Gelli and will be completed by the end of March 2014.
On your visit to the Club over the Christmas holiday you will notice that a building site compound has been set up adjacent to the Club marquee.
This is the compound set up by Jones Bros - the contractor appointed to undertake the marine works as part of the Academy project.
They will start work in the New Year and the first stage is to construct a bund located to the west of the marina. This work is expected to take about four weeks.
The next stage in early Febuary is to start on the dredging work - starting with the new basin for the Academy visitor and event pontoons.
When the basin has been completed the dredger will then proceed to dredge under the Hafan marina pontoons. At the same time work will start on the new quay wall - adjacent to the new basin.
Blwyddyn brysur arall i Gethyn yn cystadlu yn y cwch Optimist!Sesiwn olaf hyfforddiant holl sgwads Prydain ar y cyd yn Weymouth - dod yn gyntaf yn y sgwad canolraddol (intermediate) a 6ed o’r holl sgwads.
‘Roedd yn un o tua 30 oedd yn cynrychioli Prydain yn y Regata Pasg yn Brassemermeer, yr Iseldiroedd.
Cafodd ei ddewi s yn un o 8 i’r Tim Datblygu oedd yn cynrychioli Prydain yn Bodrum, Twrci dros y PasgYm mis Gorffennaf ennillodd Bencampwriaeth Ysgolion Cymru ym Mae Caerdydd
Ym mis Awst yn y Bencampwriaeth Genedlaethol yn Largs, yr Alban death yn 4ydd yn y fflyd hyn – y 3ydd Prydeiniwr.
Mis Hydref cafodd ei ddewis i’r Sgwad Cenedlaethol – wedi’i osod yn y 10fed safle. Mae hefyd yn aelod o Sgwad Optimist Cymru.
(age 13) has had a good year in 2013, starting with the Braasemermeer Easter Regatta in Holland where he was part of the GBR team who won the team prize.
"During 2013, Pwllheli Rowing Club has gone from strength to strength. As a direct result of the work of the Outdoor Group and the "Miri Morfa” event the awareness of the club and the club's membership numbers have grown. While we remain a relatively small club in size, we have put great effort into the racing season which proved successful, with a youth girls team racing for the first time in years!
At the end of the season, progress was made with Porthmadog Rowing Club to look at further collaboration in terms of training and fun "racing" against each other. Please have a look at when we will be meeting over the weekends in Winter - and prepare for next season!
Carwyn Jones-Evans, Pwllheli Rowing Club
The IRC Championships in August at the Welsh National Sailing Academy and Event Centre in Pwllheli has received another boost with coverage in the Irish Times on Friday 22nd November - see here.
Bob Lowe, Chairman of the Events team at the Academy said "the Academy and National Event Centre is determined to make this a truly spectacular event and the news of support from Ireland compliments the support already received from Sailing Clubs in the UK including The Royal Dee Yacht Club, Liverpool Yacht Club and also from the two local Clubs in Pwllheli and Abersoch"