CVRDA wins £1.8million in Lottery funded grant

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Michael Brigg
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CVRDA wins £1.8million in Lottery funded grant

Post by Michael Brigg » Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:28 am

Edmund Bremner was the proud recipient of a cheque for services to the history of British yachting today. reports David Henshall.

"We're proud of our work in the past Ten years, and its time now to go international. Perhaps evan a return of proper boats to the Olympics in 2012!" said Ed (age 48)

Ed thanked his committee before returning to his garage to put another layer of veneer on his J.

More later on News at Ten! :lol:
Michael Brigg

Garry R

Re: CVRDA wins £1.8million in Lottery funded grant

Post by Garry R » Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:32 am

Or would this be News after Twelve midday considering the date?

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Re: CVRDA wins £1.8million in Lottery funded grant

Post by Rupert » Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:15 pm

No, it is true - I read it on a website and it quoted not only a respected yachting journalist, but the president of a well known international orgainization...
Maybe Lasertourist can tell us how cvrda would translate into French?!
Rupert

Garry R

Re: CVRDA wins £1.8million in Lottery funded grant

Post by Garry R » Wed Apr 01, 2009 9:45 pm

Classique et vintage Dinghy Association du Racing (with a Poirot accent s'il vous plait).

Or - a l'eau c'est l'heure!!

Michael Brigg
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Re: CVRDA wins £1.8million in Lottery funded grant

Post by Michael Brigg » Wed Apr 01, 2009 9:54 pm

Non!

Never use only one word when you can use at least three,...or four or five.

And dont forget the Federation Internationale bit at the start.
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Re: CVRDA wins £1.8million in Lottery funded grant

Post by Michael Brigg » Wed Apr 01, 2009 9:58 pm

"Federation Internationale des Bateaux de Voile qui eu Mis en Boutteille dans le Chateaux" perhaps.
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