South Pennine Boat Club

What's On

Work Weekend

Starts: 10am

A work party usually takes place on the first full weekend of the month. Occasionally these are moved e.g for New Year, Easter, the Rally. 

Please come along and lend a hand as we can only keep fees low by everyone participating and helping out with chores. A jobs list is sent by email to all SPBC recipients a few days before the event.

Work usually starts about 10am. Tea and coffee is provided FOC and on Saturday, a lunch is often provided at a nominal charge.

There is nearly always a social get-together on the Saturday evening of the work party. This may be an organised event or a Free'n'Easy night where folk just gather for a drink and a natter.

We hope you can join us at the next work party weekend.

Committee Meeting

Starts: 2pm

Committee meetings are held in the clubhouse on the Sunday of the work party at 2pm. Observers are welcome. An agenda for the meeting and the unratified minutes from the previous meeting are available to download from the website. (Downloads - Meetings).

Please note that there is no Committee Meeting in August!


Fireworks Night

Saturday 3 November 2018
Starts: 6.30 (TBC)

Usual fireworks extravaganza with Pie & Peas available and kids activities. All welcome inc friends and family! This is an open event so guests do not need to be signed in on this occasion.

There is no charge, but we hope that you will give generously to the bucket collection to show your appreciation.

Bar from 5.30pm. Supper from 6pm and also after the fireworks. Please add your name and pie requirements to the list on the board!

The Fireworks Display is planned to start at 6.30.

Fun Quiz Night

Saturday 1 December 2018
Starts: 7pm

A fun quiz night with prizes.

Bar available.

Jacobs Joiner Supper - please bring some food to share.

Christmas Party

Saturday 15 December 2018
Starts: 7pm for 7.30

The 2018 South Pennine Boat Club Christmas Party will be a buffet provided by outside caterers with entertainment by Malcolm Bergin (of Tayberg Boats and ‘Two Old Gits’ fame). There will be a bar selling real ale, wines and soft drinks, but feel free to bring your own tipple if you prefer.

Tickets are on sale at £20. See Sally or reserve a ticket by adding your name to the list on the board.


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