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British OK Class Association End of Season Newsletter

by Karen Robertson 30 Dec 2020 08:57 PST
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It's nearly the end of 2020 and we are all hoping that 2021 will be as close to a normal season as we can expect given that COVID restrictions are currently still in place. However, as limited as the 2020 season has been, we are delighted to at least be able to bring you an end of year newsletter to enjoy and brighten up your mid winter.

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