Club Structure

For many years the MPSC operated successfully as a members club but in a climate where there is a growing tendency towards litigation, the decision was taken to become a company limited by guarantee. By doing so we reduce the liability of the members and the committee to a maximum of £1.

All that changed was the framework in which we operated – we are still a members club which operates wholly for the benefit of those members and their guests.

The Executive Committee is made up of 8 directors who are responsible for deciding future strategy and for making the important decisions. The day to day running is undertaken by a few part time professional staff and a team of volunteers. If you are able to offer help, then please do get in touch on our club line 07920-799270. If you have any questions or queries regarding the Club/Committee or would like to assist in any way, contact the clubline on 07920-799270 or email mpsc@hotmail.co.uk, or write to MPSC, PO Box 308, Brockenhurst, SO42 7XR

Executive Committee

mystery_man

 

roger 

Roger is an accomplished sailor. He has supported the club for over 20 years & has held a number of posts. He was made the first Hon Vice President in October 2010.

Matt Twist – Commodore.

(Not a Director)

Roger Glass – Hon Vice President.

(Not a Director).

mystery_man

James is a keen sailor and regular user of our yachts.

mystery_man

 

 

Helen has to pay the bills, satisfy the accountants and most importantly she has the thankless task of making sure we stay solvent.

James Hulme – Vice Commodore.

.

Helen Brown – Hon Treasurer

(photo awaits)

mystery_man 

Gareth was previously Membership Sec and is now in charge of marketing, publicity, communication and other important work necessary to keep the club running.

garypankhurst1

 

Gareth Granville – Rear Commodore Marketing.

(photo awaits)

.

mystery_man 

Alistair took on this valuable role having worked as deputy for some years. He is a keen and enthusiastic sailor who has a boat of his own and is also a sailing instructor in his own right.

mystery_man

Awaits.

Alistair Mills – Rear Commodore Training.

(photo awaits)

mystery_man

 

garypankhurst1

 

rickearle1

Rick is an experienced power boater, instructor and PWC rider who also crews safety for the P1 Powerboat and AquaX race series both in the UK and Europe. He manages all of our fleet for charter and cruising

Martyn is a keen powerboater and instructor who also enjoys dinghy sailing and yachting.  He will be arranging club social events and overseeing our estate and moorings.

Rick Earle – Rear Commodore Fleet.

Martyn Potter – Rear Commodore House.

john2 

John is not a director but is General Manager and Company Secretary. He supports the directors and carries out the many and growing number of administrative tasks.

John Bailey – Company Secretary.

(Not a Director)

Ross Elliston – Operations Manager.

(Not a director).

Non Executive Committee

Principal  – Carol Andrews

Club Administrator – Lee Giffard

Chief Instructor Power  – Lee Mosscrop

Chief Instructor Sail – Vacant

Harbourmaster – Ross Elliston
Asst. RC Fleet – Neil Warren
Asst.RC Training – Mark Deacon
Asst. Treasurer – John Oldham
Asst. RC House – Selina Earle
Asst. RC Marketing – Vacant
Intranet Site Manager – James Hulme
Internet Site Manager – Martin Waghorn

The dates of all committee meetings are shown on the ‘Diary of Events’ page whilst copies of published minutes are available for download from the ‘Useful Documents’ section.

 

  • Diary of Events

    DATEEVENT
    28th April
    29th April
    06th Oct
    7th Oct
    Intro to sailing days
    Never sailed ?
    Want to no what its like?
    Come and have a go and see if its for you only £40 pp
    23rd - 27th April
    Comp crew / Day skipper course
    One place left,
    a great chance to improve your skills.
    Or come along as a rope puller at a reduced rate, call the club line for more details
    14th - 15th AprilClose quarters boat handling, build confidence and gain experience.
    £145 pp
    22nd JuneFirst Aid Course
    Our one-day course covers all the usual first aid subjects, but from a boating perspective. It is aimed at anyone who goes afloat, whether on inland waters, rivers, estuaries or on cross channel passages.
    14th - 18th May
    21st - 25th May
    Comp crew / Day skipper Practical
    Come and have fun whilst learning and gaining a useful qualification.
    Places still available
    11th - 13th MayStart yachting
    This two day practical course is entirely boat based. There is no fixed route, and passage planning based on weather forecasts will form part of
    the course. You can expect to explore a variety of locations in and around the Solent and
    experience anchoring up, berthing in a marina and picking up a mooring buoy.
    23rd - 28th SeptemberPSUK National Offshore sailing championships 2018
    Any datesIf you can spare a few hours helping out at the base call the club line or drop us an email