Foot & Mouth Restriction Update - 26 April

Continuing to update on venues and events affected by closures as well as openings and re-scheduled Open Meetings.

Thursday April 26th 2001, Author: Gerald New, Location: United Kingdom
With restrictions lifted on many major inland sailing sites some confusion is arising, especially as the RYA web site is indicating some venues closed when they have recently re-opened.

Derwent Reservoir SC is open and is allowing dinghy sailing but not windsurfing from Saturday 28 April. The first race of the Spring Series will be sailed on the 29 April.

Bala SC is open again but Open Meetings will not commence until the weekend of the 26/27 May. Therefore the Phantom Inland Championship has been moved from Bala SC to Datchet SC over the weekend of the 28/29 April, contact Tyler Harmsworth for details on 01444 - 242 581.

Also the Fireball Open at Bala SC for the 12/13 May is cancelled. Another Fireball Open to go is the meeting at Grimsworth SC on the 5/6 May.

Scaling Dam SC re-opened from the 7 April.

Glossop & District SC has re-opened to members only.

Loch Tummel SC is open again.

Queen Mary SC is open.

Ogsten SC has cancelled all Open Meetings until further notice and the Fireball Open & Midland Championship for the 13 May is cancelled.

Kielder Water SC re-opened on the 21/22 April with some access restrictions.

Bristol Corinthian YC has re-opened and the National 12 Open Meeting is confirmed for the 29th April.
Chelmarsh SC in Shropshire has resumed sailing for members, subject to disinfectant procedures, but the Youth Regatta on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th April has been cancelled. The situation with regards to inland clubs is now much improved, with many now open again but often with restrictions on moving boats or allowing visitors, so it pays to call ahead and check before setting off.

If you have moved or re-scheduled your Open Meeting let us know so that we can publicize the change and update the fixtures calendar.

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