9th September 2021
CAM SAILING CLUB Covid-19 Update
ROAD MAP FOR COMING OUT OF LOCKDOWN
Further to previous Covid-19 Update (12th August 2021)
We are pleased to advise that we are now able to lift further Covid-19 restrictions we have had in place to keep all members safe while on the club grounds.
** We are now able to open the main club house room for use by members during DAYLIGHT HOURS only on SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS. Members’ are requested to social distance when in the building and all external doors and windows must be opened and left open during the day for ventilation.
The portable room heaters are not to be used.
Please wipe down touched surfaces in the building before and after use. Anti-viral wipes will be left on the counter for this purpose. If you are the last person to leave please ensure all doors are closed and the club house is securely locked.
Masks are no longer compulsory in the club house, but we suggest for the safety of all our members they are worn while in the building.
** GALLEY/KITCHEN AREA. This area is NOT for members’ general use at this time. So please DO NOT access, or use kettles, fridges, plates, mugs, cutlery etc.
The GALLEY AREA will be used for CLUB ORGANISED EVENTS ONLY with designated members’ permitted to enter this area.
** INSIDE TOILETS in the club house are NOT to be used. Please continue to use the toilets in the brick toilet block outside.
** CHANGING ROOMS & SHOWERS. These can be used on Saturdays & Sundays during daylight hours. One person at a time, or one family unit, in each changing room, and no unaccompanied younger children please. Please use the VACANT / ENGAGED sign on the changing room door to indicate if in use. Kit bags should not be left in the changing room. All touched surfaces to be wiped down on entering and leaving the room. Please shower at home if possible.
** VERANDA. Unfortunately this structure is no longer safe. Please DO NOT access apart from the boarded area from the main club house front doors to the steps leading onto the main lawn.
If you do contract, or come into contact with Covid-19, please DO NOT visit the club while infected or while self-isolating, and please advise the club secretary or a club officer if you have been to the club in the preceding 14 days
***** Thank you for your corporation with the decisions we feel necessary to make to keep Cam Sailing Club as secure as possible for all our members *****
As we are all aware the pandemic is not over, but with vaccinations and restrictions gradually lifting we hope for more normality in all our lives to come.
Please do get in touch with me if you have any further queries at this time.
Stay safe & sail safe
Lorna Cole – Commodore Cam Sailing Club
The Cam Sailing Club based at Waterbeach, just a few miles north of the centre of Cambridge, has much to offer families who want to ‘get away from it all’ at weekends.
Sailing tuition, regular competitions and a clubhouse that offers great facilities and regular social events aimed at the whole family, can make family membership an affordable pleasure.
Accessible by public transport as Waterbeach station is close by and with camping facilities on site, membership of the CSC is well worth considering to get the whole family out in the fresh air and involved in a pleasurable pastime that involves everyone, whether sailors or not.
CAMSAIL hold monthly evening meetings of nautical interest from October to March each year. CAMSAIL also orgainse an event or two in the sailing season and cater mostly for yacht sailors.