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Wraysbury Lake Sailing Club
94a Welley Road
Middlesex, TW19 5EP

Clubhouse mobile No.
- 07407 473300
Club Mobile No.
- 07848-038698

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Courses at 15% discount for members

Situated in the Thames Valley to the west of London
Committed to friendly family and competitive dinghy sailing

When are you on duty next?

Remember, we are now using Dutyman (see below for details), so the latest situation is on line and available to all right now.
Remember to confirm your duty.

Click here to see the current Duty Roster, confirm duty or arrange swaps.

Latest Duty information



As advised in the last club newsletter, we are now using an internet-based system for managing club duties from Jan 2008. This letter provides the basic details and attempts to answer your probable questions. If, after reading this and checking out the website, you have any other questions, please contact Bruce Snelling. You will have received an email with your login details, please keep it safe for when you need it.

Click here to see the current Duty Roster, confirm duty or arrange swaps.

Standing Order documents

There are also a number of 'Standing Order' documents to help you run your duty smoothly.



As you are aware, the WLSC duty roster typically comprises:
Senior Officer of the day
Officer of the day

Our current membership size means that a new roster is prepared approximately every six months
(therefore help recruit more members and thereby reduce the frequency of your duties!!).

We are fortunate at the moment to have just enough competent SODs and competent OODs to
make this roster cycle achievable. What we would like to do is have more people considered as
competent, either as SOD or OOD. This would make rostering and swapping duties more flexible,
as well as improving the competency of all members across the board.

Therefore please would:

SODs - spend some time teaching OODs how to undertake the duties of SOD
- let me know when you consider someone competent as an OOD or SOD

OODs - learn how to be a SOD!
- spend some time teaching Assistants the duties of an OOD

Assts - learn how to be an OOD.

There is something important for the others also:

Galley - End your day with taking a rough inventory of the contents of the
fridge and let the next person on galley duty know what is there. This will reduce the amount of
food that we waste due to it passing its expiry date. You will find name and contact details of your
successor on DutyMan.

Bar - Let me know if you run out of bar provisions.



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