Lydd Water sports club is long established as a family club, they are attracting new members. Whilst primarily the club started as a water ski club they now have many activities being undertaken most weekends. These range from Barefoot, Slalom, Wake Boarding, Knee Boarding and the towing of recreational toys. The club also have keen jet ski members and a small Laser Sailing Fleet all out on the water most weekends. As a family club they are doing their bit to encourage younger members to try new activities and get on the water.
The club has great facilities with a recently refurbished club house, giving a focal point for members to meet have a coffee during the day and talk about the water conditions. In the evenings its a great place to talk about your day on the water the fun you’ve had and pick up some tips from other members about those problems with that turn or trick that you just can’t master. Many of the members have Static Caravans on site looking out over the lake and use the site as a base for weekends or summer holidays, the club also have space on site for touring caravans so everybody can enjoy the fun sociable environment which the club provides.
The ski club have spent a lot of time and effort this year in revamping the clubhouse, site, web and social media, and have successful brought in new and fresh members to the club, and have several families on a waiting list.
The clubhouse has been re cladded on the outside and newly redecorated on the inside including new bathroom facilities, and was finished in time to hold the European Barefoot competition earlier in the year with the GB team coming 2nd overall.
In light of new members and their enthusiasm for not just skiing but other water sports including trick ski, wake boarding, kneeboarding, sailing and jet skiing, it was decided that the club should be named Lydd Watersports. The new website features forth coming events, a gallery of information and the relevant contact details
www.lyddwatersports.comWake Boarding