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B14 class survey

by Tom Gatehouse on 24 Sep 2016 24 September 2016

We would like to see more of you getting on the water to enjoy sailing your B14 either at club or open meeting level. It might be that you feel you would benefit from some training or there might be something else we can do to encourage you to attend an open meeting or two?

We'd be grateful if you could spare 5 minutes to complete this simple survey.

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