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Visit From High Sheriff

This week we are again sailing with Dementia Adventure, a registered charity that is dedicated to supporting people to live well with dementia and have a sense of adventure in their lives. Like us, they believe in the benefits to be gained from regular, active engagement with the natural world.

Before the five day activity charter departed Maldon’s Hythe Quay, Simon Hall MBE, High Sheriff of Essex paid us a visit. You see him here with our Chair of Trustees, Hilary Halajko.

SHP Clients Put Their Experiences On Film

London based Single Homeless Project supports people in crisis, helping people take the final steps towards independence and employment

We are working with both young people and adult groups this season, which is proving very motivational for all concerned.

Now they have released this great film of an adult group embarked with us for a five day residential and which really catches the moment. Watch it here.

Reminder Becomes Regional Flagship

SB Reminder was presented with a pennant celebrating her award of Regional Flagship 2017 by National Historic Ships UK’s Stuart Wilkinson.

Present are owners Paul Jeffries and Stephanie Valentine of Topsail Charters, crew Stephen Hunt, David and Glynnis Renouf and from Sea-Change Hilary Halajko and Richard Titchener.

Single Homeless Project Sails Suffolk

The Single Homeless Project is a London-wide charity working to prevent homelessness and help vulnerable and socially excluded people to transform their lives. They do this by providing support and accommodation, promoting well being, enhancing opportunity, and being a voice for change.

SHP joined us earlier in July for a five day residential passage from Ipswich for an adult group, following their very successful initial trip with us from Maldon for young people during May (photos).

 

Thames Match 2017

Great photos here by Jim Birch taken aboard SB Reminder at last weekend’s Thames Sailing Barge Match.

Second only to the America’s Cup in age, the match has been held since 1863 and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2013.

Sea-Change Meets HRH The Countess Of Wessex

In her capacity as Patron of the Association of Sail Training Organisations, Sophie, Countess of Wessex was in Brightlingsea, Essex last week to launch the Colchester smack Priscilla CK 437 following her rebuild.

Priscilla is owned by the Pioneer Sailing Trust, whose apprentices undertook the work.

Richard, Hilary and a Sea-Change crew were alongside aboard their own Colchester smack Sallie CK224 and here skipper Richard Titchener is introduced to the Countess by Rupert Marks, Pioneer’s Chairman.

More pictures here.