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  • 24 April 2017

Form 5 pupils visit Frensham Pond Sailability

On Saturday morning Max, Ollie, Xavier and Rhys, currently pupils in Form 5, were treated to an action-packed visit to Frensham Pond…

On Saturday morning Max, Ollie, Xavier and Rhys, currently pupils in Form 5, were treated to an action-packed visit to Frensham Pond Sailability, the charity supported by Form 5 this year.   They were accompanied by Stella Gravill.

Frensham Ponds Sailability started in 2001 as a partnership between Frensham Pond Sailing Club and Farnham & District Sports Association for the Disabled.  It is a recognised charity offering people who, because of a long term illness or disability, require support to sail. 

After checking out the fastest racing boats, the CPS boys climbed into dinghies and enjoyed an hour’s sailing.  Whilst there, they were amazed by the wide range of sailing available, with boats catering for all abilities and experience.

It was wonderful to see ‘Running on Water’ in constant use, after Cranleigh Prep pupils raised enough money to buy this boat for the charity three years ago.

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