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Our new Impact Report explores the positive impact which the JMST initiative has had on the lives of youngsters and just how wide-ranging the effect has been on youngsters and their families.
Horning Sailing Club receives the Martin Broom Memorial Trophy
Royal Harwich Yacht Club, based at Woolverstone, on the banks of the River Orwell in Suffolk, is the latest East Region Club to achieve British Youth Sailing recognition for their youth activities.
The RYA prepares response to consultation on behalf of members.
RYA Scotland welcome two new members of staff to development and coaching. Robyn Phillips takes on a new role as Training Development Officer, while Georgia Moran takes over the Regional Development Officer for the East of Scotland.
Activity Alliance is urging decision makers in sport and leisure to prioritise disabled people as they strive to recover from the pandemic.
As bookings open for the Instructor Training Day we look back over the success of the recent virtual training events.
Look back on the last few months of 2020 were a busy time for the Performance aspects of RYA Scotland in seizing opportunities to enable activities.
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Sharing ideas, staying connected
Premier youth event moved to August
The virtual RYA Instructor Training Day on 13 March promises multiple workshops and post-event catch-up so you don’t miss a thing
Great savings exclusively for RYA members from Bollé, Cotswold Outdoor, Exposure Lights, Gill and Sunsail
£2.5 million fund launched to help marine and outdoor
adventure businesses restart
The virtual RYA Cruising Conference takes place on 21 March 2021.