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........working in line with government guidance

The Club is keen to work within the government's guidance in helping to try and contain the virus outbreak, and is therefore suspending all organised events, both on and off the water, until further notice; the Club now being closed.  Members are requested to heed the government guidlines about self isolation etc.  Please note that the Club has a "duty of care" and therefore will abide by the advice given by both the government and the Royal Yachting Association.

The recent relaxation of the initial restrictions, and using the Royal Yachting Association's Club Guidance on restarting boating activity and managing Covid-19 has allowed the Club to review its present position which allows individuals to use their boats provided they follow the social distancing, washing hands regularly, etc. rules.  However the Clubhouse and changing facilities remain closed and all organised sailing and social activity continue to be suspended.  The Committee is investigating ways that the Club might be able to restart some organised sailing activity, at the appropriate time, but until then we must all continue to Stay Alert - Control The Virus - Save Lives.

Members will be updated as changes occur.

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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