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'But how can we keep calm and carry on?' (From, May 2020)

All quiet on the northern front as Inverness Tennis and Squash Club learns to cope with a lengthy lockdown Clubbing together to keep things positive as clubs look at life after lockdown
By MICHAEL GREGSON – Squash Mad Scotland Correspondent Deep in Lockdown from March 21st, Scotland’s squash clubs have been doing their best to keep members engaged and involved.At clubs like Inverness, Forthill and Strathgryffe, a lively social media presence and regular Newsletters are complemented by a range of online activity using Zoom, Facebook and other platforms: Quizzes, Lotteries, Art, Music, Baking, Home-made videos, Personal Trainers posting exercise videos.So, even while courts are empty, and equipment is “sitting in cupboards gathering dust” to quote Alan Marshall of Strathgryffe, club staff, coaches and committee members are striving to maintain a semblance of club life.And the National Governing B…