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Cowes Classics Week

  Winkworth are delighted to be sponsoring the cake stand at Cowes Classics Week. Providing the famous, home-made tea and cakes, organised through the Royal Victoria Yacht Club, we hope they will be the perfect way to end a hard day’s racing. Now in its sixth year, Cowes Classics Week is renowned for its excellent and fair racing with metre yachts, classic racing keelboats, classic cruisers, classic day boats and Old Gaffers involved in the five-day long event, running from 15-19 July. And it couldn’t be better weather for it, with the beautiful sunshine set to continue throughout the week. The Regatta attracts people from all over to the Isle of Wight to enjoy not only the racing but also the packed social events that include Regatta dinners with music and dancing, a jazz concert and high tea with special guest, Paralympics gold medallist Andy Cassell. We hope that everyone racing and attending the event has a brilliant time and hope to see you at the stand for a big slice of cake!

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Winkworth are delighted to be sponsoring the cake stand at Cowes Classics Week. Providing the famous, home-made tea and cakes, organised through the Royal Victoria Yacht Club, we hope they will be the perfect way to end a hard day’s racing.

Now in its sixth year, Cowes Classics Week is renowned for its excellent and fair racing with metre yachts, classic racing keelboats, classic cruisers, classic day boats and Old Gaffers involved in the five-day long event, running from 15-19 July. And it couldn’t be better weather for it, with the beautiful sunshine set to continue throughout the week.

The Regatta attracts people from all over to the Isle of Wight to enjoy not only the racing but also the packed social events that include Regatta dinners with music and dancing, a jazz concert and high tea with special guest, Paralympics gold medallist Andy Cassell.

We hope that everyone racing and attending the event has a brilliant time and hope to see you at the stand for a big slice of cake!

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