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Please find below details of our phased re-opening of the Club.


The Club is reopening on Friday 15th May 2020 for Members only with the operating restrictions detailed below. The premise must be to enable exercise in the safest manner we can and so we have looked to minimise the risks to everyone.

Members will be able to attend the club site to work on or use their boats .  We will also enable you to use clubhouse but strictly to access the toilets and we must rely on you to clean touch points thoroughly when entering, using toilets, leaving, and locking the club house and site.  This is to protect members from possible infection – we must do everything we can to prevent spreading the virus and triggering more outbreaks. We will have some sanitizing stations in key locations to help but We need your support and self-policing to make this work as safely as possible.  If there are blatant breaches of these guidelines, we will take action against those involved.  We will not go against Government advice and will update restrictions at TCSC in line with their recommendations.

 Government guidelines can be found at Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support





The critical core measures remain the same:

  • Maintain strict Social Distancing.
  • Maintain rigorous Hygiene Standards.
  • Do not come to the Club if you have a temperature or been in contact with someone with Covid symptoms in the last 14 days.


  • All activity must be recreational only, there will be no organised racing or social events
  • The gate should always remain locked. Sanitize hands when opening/closing the gate.
  • No Galley/kitchen/bar facilities are available and no duties have been allocated
  • No changing facilities are available,  Arrive and depart ready to get wet or change discretely in car park.
  • Clubhouse access is strictly for use of the toilets only,  One person at a time, and do not move or breach barriers that have been placed in the clubhouse
  • If you access the Clubhouse, you must wipe down all surfaces and handles touched with the sanitizing wipes provided.
  • The toilets lights are now on motion sensors and the taps have been changed to lever style
  • All necessary electrical power is ON, Do not use the main switch
  • Basement, Race hut and Race hut basement are all out of bounds -If you require access this will be by appointment only.
  • Do not touch other people’s boats or belongings without their consent
  • Social distancing. Strictly minimum 2m apart at all times, including 2-man boats (unless within your family group).
  • No congregating inside/outside.
  • Park 4m apart.
  • No overnight stays.

On Water safety

  • There will be no safety cover or safety boat duties allocated
  • Sailing you must be a competent sailor able to cope with prevailing conditions without any form of assistance.
  • Club boats must not be used.


These measures will be subject to continual review depending on your degree of co-operation and also any changes in Government guidance 


Debbie Bailey

Commodore TCSC
14th May 2020



Tewkesbury Cruising and Sailing Club is a Family Club set in its own Grounds , that has been open since 1960

A small but friendly club with its members having a wide range of skills and interests 

There is racing organised every Sunday throughout the season ( March - December) and Wednesday evenings during the Summer.

Rescue And refreshment facilities are provided at these times , but the club is open to members all week 

Club facilities include changing rooms complete with showers and a Fully equipped kitchen

There are Regular social events 

There is free camping on site for members , and training is also available for Members