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Planning to Safely Reopen Club Buildings

by RYA 21 May 2020 21:20 BST
Planning to Safely Reopen Club Buildings © Club Zone

This week's Club Zone Development is on the topic of 'Planning to Safely Reopen Club Buildings' and features two guests from Draycote Water Sailing Club discussing how they are implementing a plan at their club.

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