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DUE TO COVID-19 THIS SERVICE MAY NOT BE OPERATING AS NORMAL. PLEASE CONTACT FOR FURTHER DETAILS.The objective of the Ocean Watersports Trust is to benefit the residents of Barry and the wider neighbourhood of the Vale of Glamorgan by regenerating part of the Mole at No 1 Dock in Barry into to a Water Activities Centre for Voluntary organisations including the Scouts and Sea Cadets. When the purpose built facilities are constructed, it will provide opportunities for other organisations such as Youth Clubs, disabled groups, probationers, Schools and the general public to experience and undertake training in water activities.Currently we are operating from temporary buildings which restricts usage to organisations only.
Currently youth organisations and other groups signed up to use the temporary facilities. We also operate a user group for residents to access the water during permitted times using their own craft.
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