Sailability Volunteers needed

30th January 2020, 7:13am | By Nikolas Marlowe-Dauncey |

Sailability at Whitefriars sailing club needs volunteers to help through the sailing season.

Our season for volunteers starts at the end of February and continues until the end of October. Training is given so you will be able to help our disabled clients.

If you have sailed before or sail now and have time to give on a Wednesday or a Thursday, please make a difference. If you have never sailed before but want to volunteer training is given.

This is a wonderful experience with like-minded people.

 

The season for disabled sailing starts at the beginning of April.

Contact sailability@whitefriarssc.org

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