October Newsletter

If you've not got it yet you can get the October Newsletter here CWWSC Newsletter Oct 2018...

How to drive a half course in Tournament Lake

If you are a budding Slalom Skier but not sure where to start you will find this useful.  Once you are up on one ski it's time to try your hand at Slalom but doing a full course, buoy to buoy, is not only daunting when you first start but also seems to be nigh-on...

Creating Winners

COMPETITION NERVES? Cutting Edge - FREE TRAINING There will be a 40 minute training session for all competitors on Friday evening starting at 6pm.  Whether or not you suffer from ‘competition nerves’, whether or not you have a problem ‘getting your head together’ for...

Splash Day 2018

The day you've all been waiting for... it's official, it's now (almost), it's upon us.. it is time for SPLASH DAY. Sunday the 26th of August (Bank Holiday weekend) will see the return of the famous Splash Day at CWWSC. Fun and frolics, not to say a little competitive...

Weekend Shenanigans

CLICK FOR THE VIDEO...Last weekend the sun was shining and so..... 7 intrepid kneeboarders, one boat towing, one doing the 'pickup' duty and one doing the filming.. and so the shenanigans started... enjoy the dancing... [video width="2560" height="1440"...

We need help…. we do…..

The Cutting Edge Competition comes to CWWSC over the weekend of the 18/19 August so it is going to be busy, busy, busy. With this in mind we need your help. Please volunteer your time by using this form - a morning, afternoon, an evening, a couple of hours - whatever...

Cutting Edge is coming to CWWSC – 18/19 August

The BWSW Cutting Edge Boat Competition will be returning in August, kicking off on the 18th and 19th of August 2018 at ChurchWilne WatersportsClub! This is one competition not to be missed!! Entry forms are available here and you can watch a brief intro video here to...

CWWSC Host Ranking List Comp

The weekend of the 21/22 July will see CWWSC host our first ever Ranking Competition.  Deadline for entrants is Saturday 14th July. We are running 3 rounds of slalom on Saturday 21st with 2 rounds of tricks Sunday morning and 2 rounds of jump in the afternoon. We...

CWWSC Goodies… and going green

You will now find a Thermos Mug to keep your drinks warm and a Drinking Flask to keep your drinks cool.  These are both ideal for Boat use - the Mug has a spill proof lid and the flask a screw on top. You no longer need to have disposable cups or plastic bottles and...

Theft – be on the lookout

Please keep an eye out for stolen goods as below These items were stolen from Bomere lake sometime between 14-26th May. Items Include Radar Senate Alloy with Double Vector boot, Radar Senate Graphite with single Vector boot and RTP. Plus Radar carry bags Hyperlite...

Newsletter March 2018

The first Newsletter of 2018 is now available on the Downloads section.  Many of the new items on this website are simply contained in the Newsletter which is also sent to all members via...

Splash Day 2017

The weather on Saturday the 2nd of September dawned bright and sunny and not a breath of wind... perfect conditions for getting out on the water for a ski, knee or wakeboard... but this was no normal day.. this was SPLASH DAY at Church Wilne and 'normal' water...

Club Clobber

T Shirts and Hoodies for Adults & Kids now available. There's 2 basic designs - one for Ski and one for Wakeboard.  They are on sale over the counter.  Great value - Adult T's £12, Hoodies £25 - kids are £10 and £20 respectively.  Caps are also available - Adults in...

What’s the weather doing at the lake?

Want to know whether or not the weather (get it) is good enough to make the trip to the lake.  You can now get live weather data from our very own Weather Station on the top of the clubhouse - it's all available here - including a forecast.  And don't forget the...

SBDA Training

SBDA Training We now have 3 Trainers in the club so if you want to get your licence there has never been a better time.  Course dates are ongoing and announced on the webite and Facebook pages - please register your interest by signing up by email here or registering...

New Photos of Summer Fun

We were lucky enough to have a keen Photographer visit the club one weekend in July and, with permission, David Lane spend the day snapping away to capture all sorts of action.  Check out the Gallery Section - if you are in the photo then let us know so we can update...

Rule Changes

Following the AGM the Club Rules have now been updated - the main changes apply to allowing bowrider boats to carry passengers in the bow of the boat but note that If passengers are riding in the bow of an open bow boat, a rear facing observer must be present next to...

Weather Station

Want to know what the Weathers doing at the club?   As well as the LakeCam you can now get live weather information from the Weather Station located on the clubhouse roof - this gives you the live information as well as a summary of the recent weather and a forecast. ...

What a Year

The club has not only operated for all our members but we have been lucky enough to host 3 great competitions and to host the Disabled Waterski Association as well. June saw a ‘3 Event Competition’ (Slalom, Jump and Trick Ski) organised by Clive.  (See separate...

Doggy Rules

Dogs are now allowed on site but under strick rules:- Dogs must at all times remain on a lead or in one of the secure pens which will be made available shortly. Dogs will only be permitted in a designated dog safe area on the site, this is clearly signposted and...

Heating and Hot Water

Should you wish to have the hot water/central heating on from Monday to Friday you have to press the buttons in the corridor – they are  labelled (please allow 20 minutes for the hot water to get to the correct temperature prior to showering)

Each press of the button will give you 1 hour – for more hours simply press more than once up to a maximum of 5 hours – add hours at any time by simply pressing the button.

There is also an air curtain above the front door in the clubhouse with a simple on off switch on the bottom. This will allow you to get the clubhouse up to temperature very quickly.  Please only use this to take the edge off until the main heating system takes over as it is far less cost effective than the standard gas burning system.