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Covid Roadmap for Slaughden Sailing Club

Published 16:59 on 8 Mar 2021

Following recent updates from the Government, PHE and the RYA please find a re-cap of where we are at Slaughden Sailing Club.

Track and Trace - The club will continue to operate a Track and Trace policy until otherwise advised.

  • All members visiting the club should continue to sign in / out on every visit either using the book outside the South door entrance or online as previously advised. Online via < http://visit.slaughden.com
  • Toilet facilities will remain open at the club but the main club house will remain out of bounds
  • Please follow all signage at the club

Gatherings and Social Distancing from 8th March

  • 2 people from different households can meet outside at the club for recreation which can include a coffee on a bench.However, the stay at home rule still applies so the journey must be essential.
  • Members should continue to respect the 2 metre rule
  • Non-essential leisure venues remain closed (Clubhouse)

Gatherings and Social Distancing from 29th March

  • Members will be able to visit the club and mix outside providing the number of members does not exceed 6.
  • Members should continue to respect the 2 metre rule
  • Outdoor sports facilities can re-open for both solo sailing / kayaking or household sailing / kayaking.
  • Formal organised outdoor sports can restart.so racing is back but constrained by the rule covering gatherings and social distancing. Households can helm and crew but mixing of households in small dinghies is not practical, so single-handed dinghies are the order for individuals.
  • The stay-at-home rule ends but people should stay local. Overnight stays away from home are not permitted.
  • RYA Dinghy Instructor training will be permitted for up to 6 people. Members from the same household can helm and crew but individuals should sail single handed boats.
  • Club Dinghy Park work parties outside will be permitted for up to 6 attendees.
  • Gatherings and Social Distancing from 12th April.
  • As Above

UK Holidays away from home permitted

Clubhouse changing rooms will open.The galley will remain closed.

Gatherings and Social Distancing from 17th May

Members can meet in groups of up to 30 outdoors so race numbers can be extended

Members should continue to respect the 2 metre rule

6 people or 2 households can meet indoors so the clubhouse will be formerly open.

Clubhouse galley can reopen.2 metre rule must be respected so only one member in the galley at any one time.

Gatherings and Social Distancing from 21st June

All legal limits on social contact will be removed.

Club organised RYA training can reconvene which will include RYA L1 & L2 dinghy training

RYA L1 & L2 Power boat training can reconvene or sooner subject to RYA guidance where students are from the same household.

All these conditions are all subject to the statistics regarding the infection rate.

March 2021

Last updated 16:59 on 8 March 2021

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