• THURNE MOUTH OPEN REGATTA 2022 •

Thursday 2nd June (Midday) to Sunday 5th June 2022

AT THURNE MOUTH

 

EACC look forward to welcoming you all back to Thurne for our first TMOR in 3 years

BUT PLEASE NOTE

Regrettably there will be NO CAMPING or SLEEPING IN VEHICLES on the car parking field this year –  If you were intending to camp over please look for an alternative place to stay.

 

REGATTA LINKS

 

RACE & SOCIAL PROGRAMME  JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS  RACE PRE-ENTRIES

 

 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

 

MOORING ◊ COCK OF THE BROADS PASSAGE RACE BRIEFING

 

HELP REQUIRED

 

CATERING  SETTING UP BAR ROTA  SAFETY BOAT ROTA  GOFER 

 

 

 


 

* Here is the link to the Jubilee Pudding Recipe on Fortnum and Mason's website

 

You might like to watch "The Jubilee Pudding: 70 Years In The Baking", which aired on BBC One, at 8pm on Thursday, 12th May, Now on BBC iPlayer.

 

 

Bar open from midday on Thursday 2nd June. Join us for Queens Platinum celebration fun, games and competitions on and off the water - starting from 12.45 with

Jubilee Pudding and Hat competitions.

 

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SAILING & SOCIAL PROGRAMME

Friday to Sunday – Full Racing programme (including Cock of the Broads),

Entertainment and food availability 

 

Food will be served in the marquee throughout the Regatta from Thursday lunchtime until  Sunday lunchtime – breakfast, lunch - home cooked meats, salads, rolls etc. Vegetarian options will be available.  Tea/coffee/cake will be served all day. Evening meals will be available (See progamme below for details).

 

Thursday 2nd June

 

From Midday: Bar open - Fun and games on land and water for all to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Evening meal - HOG ROAST - from 18.00

 

 

Friday 3rd June

1. 11.00 Yare and Bure One Design

Tunbridge Cup (1st of 3 races, 2 to count)

 

2. 11.10 Broads One Design

Curtis Cup (1st of 5 races, 4 to count)

 

3. 11.15    Combined Allcomers Split starts as required (see S.I. 20.f.ii for trophy 

eligibility and rules) Grapes Cup / East Anglian Charity Cup  / Pat Atkins Cup   TMOR C Cup / Whitbread Lacon Trophy

 

4. 12.30 River Cruisers

Lady Caroline Cup - split as required

 

5. 14.15 Yare and Bure One Design  (2nd of 3 races, 2 to count)

Tunbridge Cup

 

6. 14.25 Broads One Design (2nd of 5 races, 4 to count)

Curtis Cup 

 

7.  14.30 Combined Allcomers Split starts as required (see S.I. 20.f.ii for trophy 

eligibility and rules) Grapes Cup / East Anglian Charity Cup  / Pat Atkins Cup   TMOR C Cup / Whitbread Lacon Trophy

 

8. 15.45 *River Cruisers - split as required

Olorenshaw Cup for EACC Members

Perpetual trophy for non EACC members

 

9. 17.15 Crews Race

Dunkirk Trophy  (entries by 15.30 please) 

 

Evening meal - BURGER BAR -from 18.30

From 19.30-ish Live entertainment by “Cutting the Mustard” A blend of old and new songs from across the decades with skilled musicianship, harmonies and energy.

 

 

 

Saturday 4th June

10. 09.45 Yare and Bure One Design (3rd of 3 races, 2 to count)

Tunbridge Cup

 

11. 09.55 Broads One Design (3rd of 5 races, 4 to count)

Curtis Cup

 

12. 10.00 Combined Allcomers  (3rd of 3 races, 2 to count) Split starts as required (see S.I. 20.f.ii for trophy eligibility and rules) Grapes Cup / East Anglian Charity Cup  / Pat Atkins Cup / TMOR C Cup / Whitbread Lacon Trophy

 

13. 11.15 *River Cruisers (1st of 2 races, both to count)  

Ames Cup - split start as required

 

14. 12.30 Yare and Bure One Design  (1st of 2 races, both to count) 

Berry Cup

 

15. 12.40 Broads One Design (4th of 5 races, 4 to count)  

Curtis Cup

 

16. 12.45 Combined Allcomers (1st of 2 races, both to count) - split starts if  required, announced on the boards  (see S.I. 20.f.ii for trophy eligibility and rules) Pritchard Trophy / Siren Trophy / Jeckells Junior Helm Trophy / Whitbread Lacon Trophy

 

17. 14.00 River Cruisers  (2nd of 2 races, both  to count)  

Ames Cup - split start as required

 

18. 15.45 Mixed One Designs

Arrow Cup (see S.I. 20.f)

 

19. 16.40 Handicap for local boats - split starts as required

Herbert Woods Memorial Trophy (see rule 20h)

 

Evening meal - CHILLI NIGHT - from 18.30

From 19.30-ish, Live evening entertainment featuring “Nightlife” - Very popular six piece party band (4 encores and packed tent in 2019)

 

Sunday 5th June

N.B.  The briefing for Cock of the Broads Passage race will be posted on this page of EACC website and on the noticeboard in the marquee. Entries will be accepted from 9.00 am on Sunday 5th June in the marquee.

 

20. 9.45 Yare and Bure One Design  (2nd of 2 races, both to count)  

Berry Cup

21. 9.55 Broads One Design  5th of 5 races, 4 to count)  

Curtis Cup

22. 10.00 Combined Allcomers - split starts as required  (see S.I. 20.f.ii for trophy 

eligibility and rules) Pritchard Trophy / Siren Trophy / Jeckells Junior Helm Trophy / Whitbread Lacon Trophy

23. 11.30 to 13.00  Passage race for Combined keel boats plus

Allcomers and centreboard or dagger board dinghies over 18ft in boat length (no single handers allowed due to safety - minimum crew of two).

Cock of the Broads - overall winner on handicap

Catriona Cup - first RCC boat

Ladybird Trophy - fastest passage (e.g. shortest elapsed time) inc allcomers

Fantome Barometer - first RCC boat built before 1950

Eastwood Trophy - first lady helm

Fastest Yare and Bure One Design

Fastest BOD

Fastest Allcomer on handicap (excluding keel boats) 

 

Open to all RCC cruisers, productions cruisers, half decked keel boats plus Allcomers and centreboard or dagger board dinghies over 18ft in hull length (no single handers allowed due to safety – minimum crew of two).

 

Competitors will book confidential start times from 9.00 am. Starts at 5 minute intervals from 11.30 am until 13.00 max 6 boats per start (the number of starters may be reduced by the committee if weather conditions dictate). Race duration approx. 1.5 hrs. there will be a cutoff time for finishing at 14.30 hrs.

 

 

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*Races marked with an asterisk are part of the series for the Frosty Cup in conjunction with the 2 cruiser handicap races at Acle Regatta – (3 out of 4 to count).

This programme may be subject to change. Please check back here for updates.

Prize giving will be held in the marquee as soon as possible after the last race.

Competitors are asked, please, to help the committee with the take down and clearance
of the TMOR site after prize giving.

 

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RACE ENTRIES

For the first time ever you are now able to enter on-line in advance!

 

Early entry to TMOR is via WebCollect which is our new simple online process for pre-entering your boat into the regatta. The entry fee for 2022 has been discounted if you enter in advance online, so we would advise you complete your entries before midday Thursday 2nd June to benefit from the saving. 

 

In order to enter the regatta, click this link and follow the instructions to complete your pre-entry: 

 

  PRE-ENTER & PAY ENTRY FEE 

 

The secure on-line payment method for pre-entry to TMOR is by Direct Debit via GoCardless. WebCollect will direct you to the payment screen for you to enter your payment details after you checked your basket out. Your payments are protected by the Direct Debit guarantee, which offers protection to customers in the rare event that there is an error in the payment.

 

If you have any questions on this, please contact secretary@ea-cc.org

 

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COCK OF THE BROADS PASSAGE RACE

 

Start times for the COCK OF THE BROADS Passage Race will be accepted from 9am on Sunday 5th June in the marquee. Competitors will book confidential start times which will be at 5 minute intervals from 11:30 (as per previous TMORs).

 

Full briefing notes will be published before the event

 

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MOORING

 

Moorings this year are limited so please moor carefully and considerately.

 
The options for mooring at TMOR are:
  • The EACC site frontage
  • Thurne Dyke either side
  • River reed bank between the marquee and the private moorings before Thurne Dyke. We would advise that you do not jump from your boat to the reed bed due to the uneven and boggy surface, please step down carefully. Paths have been cut for ease of access. NO ADDITIONAL PATHS ARE TO BE MADE IN THE REED BED PLEASE in order to protect nesting birds and other wildlife. PLEASE DO NOT ALLOW YOUR CHILDREN TO PLAY IN THE REEDBED FOR THE SAME REASON.
  • The quay headed South Walsham bank of the Bure upstream of the Starting Line at Thurne Mouth.
Regretfully THIS YEAR THERE IS TO BE NO MOORING ON THE FORMER 24 HOUR MOORINGS at Boundary Farm, downstream of the Marquee.
 
If using a tender, please be considerate when mooring near the marquee.
     
Please do NOT use the floating pontoons during the day as this is used for safety boats.
 

 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO ALL PARTICIPANTS

 

To ensure we run a safe event: 

  • PLEASE MOOR ONLY IN THE LOCATIONS SUGGESTED IN THE MOORING SECTION ABOVE and follow the guidance and restrictions outlined. Thank you.
  • Regretfully THIS YEAR THERE IS TO BE NO CAMPING or SLEEPING IN VEHICLES ON THE CAR PARKING FIELD – Please try to find a berth on a boat or contact other local campsites. Car parking is by kind permission of the landowners. Please always treat their land with respect and follow signs for parking.
  • For ease of access to boats moored between the Marquee and Thurne Dyke, paths have been cut. PLEASE DO NOT MAKE ADDITIONAL PATHS IN THE REEDBED, so as not to disturb nesting birds and other wildlife. PLEASE DO NOT ALLOW YOUR CHILDREN TO PLAY IN THE REEDBED for the same reason.
  • Please always use the handrail when using the bridge to and from the car park and toilets, and take care when using it. Children should be supervised when using the bridge and should not play on or around it.
     
  • No dogs allowed in the marquee at any time and should be under control when near the marquee.
     
  • After dark, please take extreme care due to surrounding dykes / marshes.
     
  • Remember to adhere to the speed limits on the water.
     
  • Covid remains part of our lives - so please do not attend if you are unwell.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION

 

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HELP FOR TMOR

 

SAFETY BOAT ROTA

 

We are looking for volunteers for the safety boat over TMOR. We have the following time slots that need to be filled and we will be trying to run both boats again if we can get enough volunteers.
 
*Note: Sunday last shift is an estimated finishing time for the racing.
 
Please email Sam May at sam4zero7@hotmail.com if you willing and able to volunteer for any of the above times. Please note we will ask for a mobile contact number and this will be shared with the OODs and Race Control, this is for safety reasons as a backup form of contact in case we have any issues with the radios during the weekend.
 
If you have your own lifejacket that would be great, but we do have some available if you do not. Please ensure you have suitable clothing for the weather (including sunscreen etc if needed). We are asking people to try and turn up 5-10 minutes before their allotted time and report to race control.
 
 
 
 
GOFER BETWEEN POINT AND RACE CONTROL
 
WE URGENTLY NEED
SOMEONE TO RUN RACE SHEETS, RESULTS, REFRESHMENTS ETC.
BETWEEN THE POINT AND RACE CONTROL
 
A boat can be provided or if you have a suitable boat with an engine you'd be
welcome to use that if you preferred. 
 
This boat would not be required as a safety boat.
 
Again any offers of help, a day, half day or one or more 2hour slots, would be greatly appreciated
 
TO OFFER TO HELP OR ASK FOR MORE INFORMATION
PLEASE CONTACT: LIZ CHETTLEBURGH

 

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CATERING

Calling all Home Bakers!

Every year you are so generous, we would really appreciate donations

of cakes to sell over the weekend. Thank you. Ruth Thompson

 

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HELP REQUIRED SETTING UP

 

As you are aware, TMOR relies heavily on help from volunteers, especially for setting up and taking down the whole site. We really appreciate your help and it can even be enjoyable! Many hands etc!

 

To volunteer please email skipper@ea-cc.org asap. If you have a preference on what you are willing to undertake, please let me know.  

 

Monday 30 May – main tasks are:

10.00 am  Position bridge  (Tom Moore to lead)  4 volunteers with two powerful 4 wheel drive vehicles – one on rhond (Tom), one in field.

 

13.00 to 16.00   

6 volunteers needed to prepare site, one safety boat needed, mower, rakes, strimmer’s and barrows. 3 on main site plus re-strim paths for moorings, and 3 on the point.

 

Tuesday 31 May

AM  Marquee erected – no help required.  

 

13.00 to 17.00  8 volunteers needed to finish off any site clearing, water bowser filled and delivered to site along rhond. Black trailer to site and emptied in marque, then return trailer to Janice’s, set up generator. Mark out car parking area.  

 

Wed 1 June 

9.30 am Moving in day – 12 people to help please. Bring tools to help set up bar and stage. Cleaning team for table and chairs.  Gazebo. Erect tent on point and set up equipment. 

 

Thursday 2 June

9.30 am  to Midday 6 people to help please re stocking the bar and finishing any outstanding jobs from Wed.

 

Midday – bar opens and the fun begins! 

 

Sunday 5 June – take down!

As many people as possible to help with take down please including 2 - 3 people to supervise.

 

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BAR ROTA

 

HELP NEEDED BEHIND THE BAR PLEASE

Shifts available:

 

  • Thursday Midday onwards
  • Friday midday to 5pm
  • Saturday midday till 7pm
  • Sunday midday until close

 

One hour shifts, Training will be given.

 

Please email: Cally social.secretary@ea-cc.org to offer help

 

Please copy Jo (realjoedye@gmail.com) into your message as Cally's email is playing up.

 

THANK YOU

 

 

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