Monthly Archives: April 2018

Topsail Charters wins Pride of Maldon

Another award for Topsail Charters Ltd who, last Friday, won “Best Business Contribution to the Community” at the first Pride of Maldon awards.

The company commented: “For the past 31 years we have been a huge part of Maldon’s waterfront and riverside heritage.   As a Maldon family-owned business we take special pride in sourcing as much as we can from our local surroundings…..from our food suppliers in Maldon’s High Street, to our 34 local staff, our work with Plume School vocational students, and our new apprenticeships schemes.

“A huge thank you to everyone who continues to support us and for helping us win this award!”

Congratulations to all at Topsail Charters on this well-deserved award.

Steph getting the Pride of Maldon Award 2018 Pride of Maldon certificate 2018

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Trading Mates on Cambria

2017 was a quiet year for Cambria, which caused some level of worry.

2018 is proving much better.   Early in April the Sea-Change Sailing Trust started a charter of the barge for several months to be used for their work with young people and for other more unusual sails.

Top of the pile of such voyages must be the coming “Trading Mates on Cambria” weekend which will see Dick Durham and Phil Latham return to the barge where they spent long days as Mates in the last of the trading years in the 1960s.

And you can be part of that great experience by joining the barge for the weekend.   See below for full details and how to book.

Trading Mates on Cambria

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