The new South East Regional Secretary is Stephen Myatt and you can contact him by emailing Regional Secretaries.
The South East of England has a number of interesting places that can be explored with a dinghy apart from the well established South Coast venues. These include:
Bewl Water - the largest reservoir in South East England. It is surrounded by woodland. and straddles the boundary between Kent and East Sussex. With waterside café, camp site, slipways and many other facilities, it will provide a great location for a rally.
Weir Wood Reservoir - situated on the northern edge of Ashdown Forest on the East Sussex border. Before human intervention, the reservoir was a valley of the River Medway. It is not as big as Bewl Water but is very rich in wildlife.
Ardingly Reservoir - located just north of Haywards Heath in West Sussex. It is both a local nature reserve and a place for a variety of watersports. There are launching facilities at the Ardingly Activity Centre.
If local hosts can be found, the Medway estuary and locations along the Thames would provide interesting rally venues. and there may be opportunities along the coast, e.g. at Rye.