Goole Model Boat Club

Events 2019

We can now reveal the dates for our events at Goole
Our open day will be on Sunday 30th of June
The night sail will be on Saturday the 31st of August
We also have some dates from and some to come from

York MBC (Laytham)
Balne Moor MBC (BM)
Kirklees MBC (Wilton park Batley)
Harrogate Model Engineering Exhibition (Doncaster Racecourse)
CADMA (The deaf school Doncaster)
Ellesmere Port MBC
Haydock Park Model Boat Convention
Bridlington MBC
Yachting (Askern lake)

A link to Kirklees events http://kirkleesmodelboatclub.weebly.com/events-2018.html

CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2019

JANUARY

FEBUARY

MARCH

Saturday 2nd Goole hobbies exhibition (Goole leisure center)
Sunday Blane Moor seasons first sail
Sunday Kirklees
Sunday 24th York Don’s day regatta 10am-4pm

APRIL

Sunday Blane Moor tug tow scale sail
Sunday Blane Moor tug & navy day MAY
Sunday 14th Kirklees steam boat & mountfleet open day
Saturday 27th Mobile Marine (British Manufacturers Spring Bonanza) at the boat shed 10:30 onwards

MAY

10th – 12th national model engineering exhibition Doncaster
Sunday Blane Moor MPBA joint scale sail challenge
Sunday19th York may regatta

JUNE

Saturday 1st CADMA
Sunday 2nd CADMA
Sunday Blane Moor tug have-a-go day
Sunday 30th Goole open day 10am-4pm

JULY

Sunday Blane Moor tug scale sail
Sunday 14th Kirklees Main open day 9:30am – 4:30pm
Sunday 21st York summer regatta

AUGUST

Sunday Blane Moor roses regatta
Saturday 31st Goole night sail 18:00 onwards
Saturday 24th Haydock show
Sunday 25th Haydock show

SEPTEMBER

Sunday 8th Kirklees autumn open day 10am-4pm
Sunday Blane Moor tug tow & sunset sail
Sunday 22nd York autumn regatta 10am-
Sunday Blane Moor north sea winches shield

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

Sat 30th christmas cracker Mobile Marine Models

DECEMBER

Please contact me if you want your club adding or any of the dates are incorect

Directions

Our pond can be found at the No. 5 Boat Hoist site on the Dutch River Side in Goole. We are on the same road as the Waterways Museum which is signposted from Junction 36 of the M62.
At the first roundabout above the motorway look for the brown information sign which will either have a pictogram of a narrow boat or the pictogram plus ‘Waterways Museum’.
When you reach Dutch River Side our site is about 200 yds along on the right and the entrance is marked by 2 large yellow and blue cast-iron wheels.