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Islanders with disabilities are back on the water with wide smiles, following many months of social isolation and health anxiety.
Cowes Sailability Club has received financial support from Sport England to help it resume its sailing and boating activities following the coronavirus pandemic.
Organisers of the Little Britain Challenge Cup have continued their long-standing support of Cowes Sailability Club with a donation from the proceeds of the 2020 event.
Ahead of the anticipated relaxation in COVID-19 restrictions, Cowes Sailability Club’s new committee is now putting plans in place to resume boating activities this summer.
Cowes Sailability Club has received a special commendation for maintaining contact with isolated members and volunteers during lockdowns.
In readiness for a summer on the water, all of Cowes Sailability Club’s life jackets have had a full service, funded by a Magic Little Grant.
A commercial shipping company based in Cowes has made a generous donation to Cowes Sailability Club to help it resume its water-based activities for people with disabilities this summer.
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Cowes Sailability Club is appealing for more volunteers to come forwards to help the charity organise and run sailing and boating activities for people with disabilities on the Isle of Wight.
Judy Wyatt, one of Cowes Sailability Club’s long-serving and dedicated volunteers, has stepped up into the role of Commodore and is looking forward to resuming sailing activities.
Cowes Sailability Club has been awarded more than £2,500 of National Lottery funding by Sport England, to help it through the current COVID-19 crisis and enable it to emerge afterwards with the capacity to thrive again in the future.
Volunteers at Cowes Sailability Club have had over one hundred telephone conversations with people with disabilities during the COVID-19 lockdown, helping to relieve feelings of isolation and loneliness.