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Oakhaven announced as the Official Charity of the Lymington Town SC Solent Circuit Autumn Series

by Tony Evans 9 Oct 18:15 BST 13 October - 17 November 2019
Jin Tonic and Jelly Baby on the final day of the 2018 LTSC Solent Circuit © Robin Milledge

This year sees the Lymington Town Sailing Club Solent Circuit Autumn series tie up with Oakhaven as the official charity. From each series registration fee, £50 will go directly to Oakhaven along with £10 from each single entry.

Entries are still open for the 2019 Solent Circuit, which starts this Sunday 13th October. The galley will be open for breakfast from 07:00hrs on Sunday mornings for the duration of the series. The series will comprise racing on six Sundays between 13th October to 17th November. There will be racing for IRC, LAH, Folkboat and J80 Classes. The race committee are planning 6 races for IRC, LAH and Folkboat Classes. The J80 fleet will have a series of 9 races with 2 races on the 1st, 3rd, 5th Sunday.

To enter the Full Series the entry fee is now £90. Entry to individual days will remain at £20 per day. Enter here.

The event this year is sponsored by Pennyfarthing Homes and supported by Lymington Yacht Haven, Caldwells Estate Agents, Rivaaz Lymington, Grabau International, Harken UK and Ringwood Brewery.

The club is very proud to be donating a proportion of the entry fees to Oakhaven Hospice Trust, an extremely worthy charity close to the hearts of many local sailors, and we hope sailors from both near and far will support the event.

We look forward to seeing you on the water for the first race on the 13th October.

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