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Originally posted by turnturtle

Originally posted by jeffers


If there were not these big events it is unlikely we would run anything.



So you wouldn't for example, think to highlight 3 or 4 weekends/Sundays in advance at Grafham to boost the local fleet race and maybe offer some cross-over / wrap-around training?  20 a weekend into the tin....  Naturally with a Thursday night green or red flag on the facebook group / email list depending on the forecast???   

It's a rhetorical question of course, and by no means meant as a criticism.  My point is that consolidation into the SJ series is the default option now for a lot of class winter programmes, but there are and always were other options that might be worth re-visiting at your (or any other) class committee meetings.  


Probably not. The idea of the SJ series and the Sailing Southwest series is that they are at different clubs. Isnt that the whole point of this thread? it is titles Travellers Series after all.....

If the Grafham D-Zero fleet or another club decided to run something then the CA would help them to promote it.

Most people can still get their local fix at the weekend in the winter. Some are members of multiple clubs who run all year round just to do this (like our own esteemed Grumpf)....
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