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........working in line with RYA & government guidance

On Sunday 23 August the Gunfleet "dips its toe in the water" by holding its first race of the season, carefully following the restrictions and guidance as laid-out by both the government and the Royal Yachting Association (RYA).  The race will be for the Club's oldest trophy - The Tee Dee Cup and will start at 11:00 a.m.  

Club members continue to be able to to use their boats at any time for social sailing, provided they follow the social distancing, washing hands regularly, etc. rules, and need to be aware that the changing rooms continue to remain closed.  Members should also be mindful of their own limitations and follow the RYA's 'Considerate & Conservative' approach and, of course, continue to Stay Alert - Control The Virus - Save Lives.

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Gunfleet's 2020 Work Weekend on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March saw the Club buzzing with activity as members rallied round to get the place all ready for the start of the sailing season.  Painting, creosoting, cementing, drilling, cleaning, digging, repairing, rebuilding....., the list was long but the enthusiasm was strong, and soon the jobs were being ticked-off as completed.  Hot lunch was served by the galley crew and, with batteries recharged, it was down to clearing the many tonnes of sand blown into the compound over the winter.  Compound Office Malcolm Jolly said, "The weather