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APRS Office – update 18 March 2020
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak the APRS Office is now closed until further notice.
All staff will be working from home and can be contacted by email:
Policy, Planning & Communications:  John Mayhew, Director  john@aprs.scot 
Membership & Administration:  Nina Sobecka, Administrator  info@aprs.scot
Have You Got The Bottle? Campaign:  Jenni Hume, Campaign Manager  jenni@haveyougotthebottle.org.uk
APRS Green Belts Alliance:  Nikki Sinclair, Consultant  nikki@aprs.scot
While the office is closed all APRS meetings will either be cancelled or held by video conference – please check back for further updates.
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**BE CONSIDERATE**
With many more people now travelling to enjoy the hills, we have been made aware of instances of inconsiderate parking in busy areas near popular Munros.

Please think of others when you park your car and avoid causing any obstruction by blocking access to driveways, entrances to fields and buildings or making it difficult for others to use a road/track.

If an area is so busy that you're finding parking difficult, you may want to consider going somewhere with less people to avoid potential exposure to coronavirus.

You can read more about the Scottish Outdoor Access Code here - there will be a quiz on this next week!
www.outdooraccess-scotland.scot/practical-guide-all/out-and-about/car-parking

#BePrepared #StaySafe #BeConsiderate #BeCOVIDaware

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