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Code of Conduct and Members Responsibilities

A key aim of the club is for members to enjoy windsurfing in a friendly environment.

Club rules are kept to a minimum.

Every member should respect other members, both on and off the water, and play their part in looking after the site and its facilities. Members should take their litter home, leave the changing rooms tidy, switch off lights and lock all the gates /doors etc before they leave.

Its a condition of membership that members abide by the code of conduct. Quite a few of these are stipulated in the ‘leases’ that the club has on the car park and beach area, or are there for safety reasons. Contravention of these could make it difficult to renew the leases in the future.

2017 Trial. For 2017 the committee are relaxing point 1 when it’s not windy, and/or the beach is not busy. The beach can be used for launching SUPS, and Kyaks, but please appreciate the priority access is for the launching of windsurfing equipment. All other points remain in force.

Code of Conduct

  1. The beach is for launching and retrieval of windsurfing boards only. *** Note: 2017 trial above overrides this point. ***
  2. No vehicular access to the beach.
  3. No overnight camping on the car park or beach.
  4. No barbecues or fires on the beach.
  5. All padlocks to be kept locked at all times other than for access to the beach while it is occupied.
  6. Members cars to display club year sticker.
  7. No swimming from the beach.
  8. No dogs.
  9. No mooring on the beach.
  10. No freestyle in the vicinity of the launch area.
CODE OF PRACTICE
THE BEACH IS FOR LAUNCHING AND RETRIEVAL
OF WINDSURFING BOARDS ONLY
1) NO VEHICULAR ACCESS TO THE BEACH
2) NO OVERNIGHT CAMPING ON THE CAR PARK OR BEACH
3) NO BARBECUES OR FIRES ON THE BEACH
4) ALL PADLOCKS TO BE KEPT LOCKED AT ALL TIMES
OTHER THAN FOR ACCESS
5) MEMBERS’ CARS TO DISPLAY CLUB YEAR STICKER
6) NO SWIMMING FROM THE BEACH
7) NO DOGS
8) NO MOORING ON THE BEACH
9) NO FREESTYLE WITHIN THE VICINITY OF THE LAUNCH AREA
HWC 2010