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Club Profile: Brightlingsea Sailing Club

by James Eaves, RYA 31 Aug 16:00 BST
Club Profile: Brightlingsea Sailing Club © James Eaves, RYA

Brightlingsea Sailing Club is a membership based club that encourages all of its participants to take part in the life of the club. The club is entirely run and managed by volunteers and every member contributes in what ever way they can.

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