The clubhouse is equipped with a comprehensive galley with a large oven with six burners, a microwave, large fridge and freezer. There is also a single lavatory.
There is a large amount of crockery and cutlery available and a tea/coffee honesty box to help replenish supplies that are provided.
Social functions are held there and and impromptu 'cook ins' or fish and chip suppers are common before and at the end of a cruise or work party.
The club employs cleaners but it is the responsibility of members to tidy up the galley area after use.
The club is alarmed and it should be set if you are the last person to leave.
Available for the storage of canoes and inflatable dinghies, the Boat house is also available for programmed maintenance work on small boats. There is a solid workbench and vice at one end.
The boat house is alarmed on the same system as the clubhouse so check that neither is open if the alarm fails to set
The Boathouse is managed by Jackie Olden
The club has a comprehensive list of items to assist with maintenance - cared for by Mervyn Griffiths, the Bosun.
As well as two tractors for boat movement, there are two club trailers, should you want to recover your boat for some maintenance - these and a driver can be booked thorough Merv.
There is a mud plough that can be fitted to a tractor to assist with slipway clearance, as well as a powerful jet wash..
In addition there is a range of mowers, strimmers, mud splatchers and other equipment available .
You will need a brief training session to be permitted to use some of the equipment and there is associated protective equipment available.
There are number of club boats available.
Closely associated with maintenance there are two club work boats that are located on the pontoon.. Both of these will need some instruction in their use and the larger one requires access to the keys which needs to be arranged through Merv.
On the social side there are two club sailing dinghies in the compound - to have a run through on their rigging and use contact Martin Lucas , the Compound manager.
The Ckub has a CCTV system installed that members can access via their mobile phones or tablets
For mobile phones
Download IVMS from the App store or similar on Android.
Click the region as Europe.
Then United Kingdom.
Press Top left symbol (Three horizontal lines).
Click the '+' button on top right.
Press manual adding.
Type in an alias word you want this app to called on your system.
Register mode needs to be on IP/domain.
Address is 'ashlettsc2278.dvrdns.org’
Port is '8005'
User name is 'Members'
Password is 'members1234'
Press 'save' button on top right.
Start live view - should bring the camera's up.