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...

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...

Brett Hodgkins Coach Extraordinaire

Brett Hodgkins Coaching Course Brett spent the day with us on Sunday 4th June and offered some great tuition in Slalom and Trick Skiing plus Wakeboarding. Brett has an amazing calm and professional manner to his tuition and his knowledge is second to none. Brett will...

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...

Splash Day – Saturday September 2nd

Splash Day is back - Saturday September the 2nd sees the return of CWWSC's own "It's A Knockout" type competition.  Stupid events for over competitive adults who should know better.  Fun events for kids of all ages - from 1 year to 91 years - there is something for...

July Newsletter

If you are a member you should have received your copy of the July Newsletter via email - if not then please get in touch.  You can also download a copy of the newsletter from the Download Page  and there are printed copies in the club...

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...

Sombrero’s At Dawn

Jo is celebrating a special Birthday and so decided that she would treat herself to a monster inflatable.  Enter the Sombrero.  The weather was good, the water inviting (if not a little cold), spirits were high and it was time to do battle.  On water photos follow....

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. ...

Calling Cutting Edge Kids

  Sixteen or under?  Then that's all you need to be to qualify as a Church Wilne Cutting Edge Kid and all you need to do is get down to the club on Saturday afternoons. What’s in store? Teaching, coaching, guiding for you no matter what level you are at – from...

Meet Your Counter Crew

  As you may already know the Club Counter will be run on a paid volunteer basis made up primarily with family members.  Jade, Ellie, Charlotte, Ben and Molly will also be joined by Steph, Pete and Tom - you will easily be able to spot them in their red tops. Good...

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.