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Congratulations Cavan Fyans, fantastic πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»Image attachment

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Well done Doctor noise!

Great aerial pic of Ballyholme Bay and our club, thank you John Clarke PhotographyBallyholme Yacht Club and bay.
Bangor Northern Ireland

More of Ballyholme can be viewed here.
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Thanks for looking.

#ballyholme #bangor #countydown #northernireland #dronephotography #britainphotography #ukshots #ballyholmeyachtclub #sailing #boating #drone
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Great aerial pic of Ballyholme Bay and our club, thank you John Clarke Photography

Great feature on the club in the County Down Spectator on Thursday, many thanks Keith Bailie.
50% Discount for new members ends on 28th February!
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Great feature on the club in the County Down Spectator on Thursday, many thanks Keith Bailie.
50% Discount for new members ends on 28th February!

Safety Message for East Coast of N. Ireland
This Friday, Saturday and Sunday, we're going to see spring tides, with full tide around the middle of the day. The water temps will be between 6-8 degrees and air temps will range from -2 to 5 degrees. Strong South and South-easterly winds look set to continue. Snow, sleet and rain are also forecast.

This means full high tides, big waves and strong under-pull. It also means exceptionally cold sea and air temperatures with added wind chill factor due to strong winds.

Don’t underestimate the sea or overestimate your ability. Coastal walking, open sea swimming and water based activities should be approached with great caution this weekend.

Don’t take risks – don’t put others at risk - lead by example

Remember the RNLI's water safety advice:
- Take care if walking near cliffs - know your route and keep dogs on a lead
- Check tide times and weather forecasts daily
- Take a fully charged phone
- If going afloat, always wear a lifejacket or other personal flotation device and take a means of calling for help
- Check your equipment is in good working order
- Be aware of the conditions and your capabilities and only enter the water if it is safe to do so
- In an emergency call 999 or 112 and ask for the Coast Guard
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Congratulations Ron, a lifetime commitment to Laser sailing, well done πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»Ron Hutchieson wins the Irish Sailing President’s Award for his voluntary work with the Laser Association spanning over 40 years.
#sailing #irishsailingawards2020 #ireland #activeonthewater #inthistogether
Irish Laser Class Association
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Congratulations Ron, a lifetime commitment to Laser sailing, well done πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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Congratulations Ron well deserved.

Fantastic achievement. Well deserved Ron.

So well deserved Ron. Well done and Congratulations.

Congratulations Ron πŸ‘

Well done Ron. We have all benefited from your advice and support.

Ron, well done - well deserved! What a great supporter of the Laser class in Ireland and ambassador of it abroad.

Well done Ron!!πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³

Well done Uncle Ron πŸ‘

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