Quiz Night

Quiz Night 2017

   Quiz Night 2017

Quiz Night is on 11th February at Trinity Bowling Club – bar opens at 7pm and the Quiz will start at 7.30pm
Bring friends and family along or you can also just turn up on the night and we will sort out a team for you,
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Burns’ Night ‘Hoolie by the Water’

Burns Night Hoolie by the Water

Saturday 28th January

7 for 7.30pm

£20 pp

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Hoolie by the Water is back for 2017 – more food, drink, singing and dancing!

After a great night last year, tickets are now available for our joint Burns’Night with RFYC. Tickets available from Sandra at RFYC Office – 0131 552 8560 – get  them quick before they sell out again.

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It’s Christmas!

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Our annual Prize Giving and Christmas Party kicks off on Saturday 10th December at Trinity Bowling Club. The bar will be open from 7pm.

Trophies, prizes, games, raffle, food and drink – who will claim the most trophies this year? Come find out!

To help with catering numbers, let me know if you are can make it forthcorinthians@gmail.com

PS If you want to donate a prize for the raffle please bring it along on the night, thanks

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Winter Events 2016-2017

 

Fed up with hibernation and  boat maintenance? Get out the house and the yard and come along to our fabulous Winter Events!

Saturday 10th December – Prize Giving and Christmas Party

Trinity Bowling Club, 7.30pm

Tuesday 31st January – Off The Water Talk – Race Officer Duty

Bell Block 7-8pm

Saturday 28th January – Burns Night – Hoolie by the Water, Round 2

RFYC Clubhouse

Saturday 11th February – Quiz Night

Trinity Bowling Club, 7.30 pm

Saturday 11th March – Blue Waters 

Trinity Bowling Club, 7.30pm

Saturday 1st April – Curry and Celtic Galley Night

Trinity Bowling Club, 7.30pm

 

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Ronald King Murray

Members who attended the AGM will have heard the sad news of the passing of our last Honorary member, Ronald King Murray, latterly Lord Advocate. An obituary of his life from the Telegraph is here (opens in new window) (though the Telegraph have us as the ‘Royal’ Corinthian yacht club. I think not).
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Robin Fowler recalled for the meeting how Lord King had come to our aid in some of our darkest days in the early 70s (an existential crisis as we now call it).

We hope to have a fuller appreciation of Ronald King Murray in the upcoming edition of Fairwind.

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