We’re delighted to announce that we will be presenting our 200 Club cheque from the funds raised, including some very generous donations, last year at the annual RNLI Sherry Morning on Sunday 24th February. The amount of the cheque is a fantastic £5,020.00!!!
Prior to this, we will be holding the February draws with an estimated weekly prize of £45.50.
We wish to thank all our members for their valued and continued support.
The first draw for this year took place on Friday 1st February in The Jolly Sailor, Heybridge Basin at about 6pm. The weekly prize was £44.75 and the winners are: No. 42 Holly McPherson
No. 17 Harley Swann
No. 30 Ron Traynor
No.23 Malcolm Cork
It’s been a busy and successful year, building upon the previous years since we started the 200 Club for the RNLI. In total we have raised just under £24,000 given out in prizes and the same amount being donated to the RNLI.
We now have 181 numbers taken, leaving just 19 so if you’d like to buy an additional number (maximum of 5 per person) or know of anyone who would like to join, please contact us.
Please click the link below to view our accounts.
Thanks to everyone who has supported us.
200 Club accounts Jan Dec 2018
After the race on board Just George with the West Mersea Lifeboat Crew
Great day yesterday at the Maldon Little Ship Club sponsored row in aid of the RNLI! We are immensely proud to announce that we raised a huge £5000 for the RNLI and won a number of awards including best fancy dress (this year was based on the Can Can girls), the Panther Trophy for the most money raised by a single dinghy and first multiple ladies team home.
Receiving the Panther Trophy for the most money raised from the Town Mayor of Maldon, Councillor Jeanette Stilts
It was quite chilly, but the crowds cheered us on and so the weather wasn’t an issue.
Thanks to everyone who came along and especially to all our members of the 200 Club and others who sponsored us.
…. and after the race, this is how we relax….!
On Saturday 5th January, we will be taking part in the MLSC annual sponsored row in aid of the RNLI.
We’d love to see lots of you there to cheer us and everyone else along.
The race starts at about 11.00 hours, depending on the tide and will last for about 45 minutes.
Free entry and a great spectacle with lots of rowers, canoeists and paddle-boarders in fancy dress taking part on the river at Maldon Hythe Quay, near the Queens Head and of course the Maldon Little Ship Club.
This month sees not only the weekly draws, but also the fourth quarter Big Oars Draw and our Christmas Even Bigger Oars Draw!
The draws took place at Maldon Little Ship Club on Sunday 16th December at around 3.30pm.
The 4x weekly prize is £43.50 and the winners are: No: 89 Bill Riches, No:97 Jocasta Webb, No:120 John Francis and No: 177 Sylvia Thompson
The Big Oars Draw – 1st prize of £217 – No: 109 Jimmy Byam Shaw, 2nd prize of £87 – No: 22 Alice Syrett and 3rd prize of £66 – No: 165 Jimmy Byam Shaw
The Christmas Even Bigger Oars Draw – 1st prize of £435 – No: 158 Josie Hewitt and 2nd prize of £174 – No: 93 Colin Finch
This is a massive £1153, all down to our members and not forgetting that this same amount is going to the RNLI.
Over this year the 200 Club has paid out to members a total of £4,176 each to members and the RNLI. You may be interested to know that since we started the 200 Club in 2012, it has generated just under £24,000!
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous and Safe New Year and we thank you for your support.
November’s draws took place on the evening of Friday 30th November at The Jolly Sailor, Heybridge Basin.
The weekly draws prize was £44.25
No. 43 – Geoffrey Car
No. 147 – Anthony Slade
No. 103 – Harry Wright
No. 140 – Andy Ambrose
We’re almost at 200 numbers and our highest membership to date! If you would like more numbers and/or know of anyone who would like to join, please contact us.
Better late than never! The results of the April draws are as follows with a prize fund of £42.75 for each week.
110 Jimmy Byam Shaw
135 Daphne Howard
28 Jocasta Webb
18 Bill Riches
THE BASIN OARS RNLI 200 CLUB
Accounts for January – December 2017
RNLI?Registered Charity No. 209603
The total amount given to the RNLI was in fact £4,704.00, thanks to generous donations as well as the 200 Club.
Paid in £7,728.00
Paid out in prizes £3,843.00
Paid out to RNLI £3,854.00 = £7,697.00
Expenses for the year £00.00
Balance left in account £31.00
Statements can be viewed on request.
If you need more information please contact one of the team –
phone Jill on 01621 850065, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the link below to view the club’s accounts for 2016
200 Club accounts Jan – Dec 2016
Thank you for your support over the past year.
This club raised £5,000 for the RNLI during 2016.
With your support over 2016 year we donated £3,756 topped up by a generous supporter to £5,000 to the RNLI on 31st December at the Maldon Little Ship Club sponsored row.
If you want more details of how to join the RNLI 200 Club or are considering moving to a Standing Order arrangement, please contact us for details.
This is the big One! December sees not only the weekly draws and the quarterly Big Oars Draw, BUT also the Christmas Even Bigger Oars Draw!! This is our 6th year and will offer the biggest prize money since we began the club in 2012. Draws held on Saturday 17th December at The Jolly Sailor Christmas market.
The weekly prize for December: £38.50 No 67 – Allan Luck No 107 – Geoffrey Clark No 71 – George Little No 44 – Paul Hindley
The Big Oars Draw: 1st prize – £196 Jane Staab (no 68) 2nd prize – £78 Judith Manley (no 72) 3rd prize – £60 Tim Madelin (no 176)
The Even Bigger Oars Draw: 1st prize – £392 John and Di Rogers (no 175) 2nd prize – £157 Doug Milstead (no 113)
Where today could you double your stake with better odds than the Lotto?
Join the Basin Oars RNLI 200 Club for as little as a £1 a week to find out.
Half of the 200 Club fund is paid out in prizes – the rest we donate to the RNLI.
There are 62 prizes per year up for grabs. The 200 Club needs more members to up the stakes, so do come and join us.