Welcome to Weir Wood Sailing Club

cropped-image-slider-1.jpgWeir Wood is located on the edge of the Ashdown Forest at Forest Row just over 3 miles form East Grinstead. Weir Wood Reservoir is about 1.5 miles long and extends to about 280 acres.
Please browse our website and you will find a wealth of information including membership details. You will discover how to find us, what we sail and when we are open. We pride ourselves on being a friendly, welcoming club and have a very active youth section. We are also an RYA Training Centre and offer a full range of RYA Courses, for both dinghies and powerboat.

Newtown Creek Cruise “Plan B”!
The summer weather this year has been a vast improvement on recent years offering some great opportunities to sail inland
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Up Wootton Creek without a Paddle!
On 8th September 2012 a small group of us set off on a trip over to the Isle of Wight.
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Day Cruise on the Medway
Saturday August 20th 2011 Gillingham/Medway adventure in a GP14 Peter Deeming & Martin Cragg Pete and I had negotiated with
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Day Cruise in Chichester Harbour
Tony and Nick Forbat (Wayfarer 9697) and Richard Williams and Chris Brunsdon (Laser Stratos 637) enjoyed a blustery day’s sailing
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Meon….not Wootton!
Our regular readers will know that we have a history of choosing weekends that feature a bit too much weather.
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Day Cruise in Chichester Harbour and Bosham Channel
Four boats and nine of us set out for Itchenor on Saturday 23 June for a “cruise” Peter and Martin,
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Day Cruise to Wootton Creek
Saturday 4 June, an early start to meet with Chris Brunsdon and Le Touquet (Laser 2000) then on to meet
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Impromptu Day Cruise to Newtown Creek
On Thursday 28th April two Laser Stratos Keels set sail on an impromptu cruise from Warsash on the river Hamble
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