Duty Man is a third party facility that helps us manage our volunteering and attendance rosters.
To request a username and password contact the Duty Man Administrator
Help using Duty Man is available on the Duty Man website just below the log in fields
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We value the contribution that young people can make to our work.
A group of young volunteers usually work at CVSS on Saturdays and in the school holidays. It's an opportunity to develop new skills, practice the ones they already have (some are skilled sailors).
Some are working toward the Duke of Edinburgh award while others work at CVSS to learn valuable life skills, and because they want to carry out social service.
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CVSS Needs Your Help
Adopt a Boat in 2016
And keep disabled children and adults Sailing and Katakanuing.
CVSS has been working at Bury Lake, Rickmansworth for 15 years.
Last year 530 disabled people sailed with us and we want 2016 to be as successful.
We need your help to keep our fleet fit for purpose. We need a new boat and lots of sail.
Please Adopt a Boat
- Donate £450 and your logo will be on a new sail for one year and we will provide you with an activity event for 6 people aged 16yrs+
- Donate £1,000 and you will get your logo on a sail for one year and an activity day for up to 20 people
To make a donation (or find out more), please telephone either David on 07812 982295 or
Frances on 01923 330756
Does your business have a strong Social Responsibility ethic? Is it looking to develop one?
Please forward a link to this page to the person responsible and encourage their support. Thank you.
CVSS is a Registered Charity (1155165), is staffed entirely by volunteers.
We are proud holders of The Queen’s Award to Voluntary Groups, the Volunteers MBE.
Southern Sailability Safety Conference
National Sailability Conference
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