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Ski Club of Great Britain Chief Exec resigns

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SCGB is now irrelevant.


Don’t be so sure. They vill be bACk!

Just need the T1000 Goldsmith Android to reboot.
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@AL9000, dear God NOooooooooo
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Alastair Pink wrote:
@ecureuil, from the Press Release you refer to:

"His appointment comes after an extensive and robust three-month recruitment and selection process, led by Warren Partners, executive search consultants for the Ski Club, which attracted over 100 applications.

The Chairman of the Ski Club, Malcolm Bentley, added:
“We are delighted to announce Ian as our new Chief Executive. Having worked closely with him as Treasurer, I am confident he will continue to drive the future of the Club and the continuity he provides together with his knowledge of the Club will optimise his effectiveness in pursuing our goals along with the team and Council."

Well that seems to have worked out well....


Well the severance package certainly worked out well for someone. So I am familiar with Warren Partners https://www.warrenpartners.co.uk/ - they aren't cheap! 'Over 100 applications' and they ended up with someone who is almost invisible on the Internet, an international man of mystery indeed - normally high level execs like that appear on numerous searches because they've been mentioned in the press or given a talk etc. If you remember, he had to put out his CV in greater detail (wish I could find it) because, I gather, people were increasingly asking questions like "who the hell is this guy?" But it didn't help matters, actually made them worse because the wonderful CV of accomplishments doesn't appear to be easily verifiable. For most of us, it's just a matter of someone checking out our LinkedIn profile and doing a bit of Googling, going for a few references etc.

So I suspect it was a cosy 'shoe in' based on the 'he knows where the bodies are buried' principle (I'm not saying anyone has been murdered! It's a turn of phrase). I don't have the inclination or time but I think the financial revelations of the last year or so should be looked into far more deeply, starting with the sale of the building to a Jersey-based trust called Caligula with no named shareholders/directors. That never felt appropriately transparent to me.
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SCGB Director Gerry Aitken wrote as part of his all-round charm offensive:

Gerry wrote:


I remember my mate’s cousin refusing work as a farm labourer because it would only make her £20 a week better off over her benefits package. In her head that was like working for £20 a week. She was a big woman and would have been good on the plough.
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The latest (main) tranche of Freshtracks holidays were posted this morning. It looks like the very successful Flaine chalet holidays are no more. These were excellent with the good and consistent coaching and guiding from Yann Westercamp and his team, unlike others Freshtracks holidays where the instructors and guides have been random and often not good. It looks like there is also no Chamonix (Les Houches) chalet this year either. I’m guessing all this is due to not having the reserves to commit to leasing the chalets and paying staff. Now for me there is no reason to go with Freshtracks instead of Snowworks (for example) for guided or instructed off piste holidays.
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Interestingly, you can go to Arabba for an Off-Piste week the same week as the Birthday Bash... Wink

https://www.skiclub.co.uk/ski-club-holidays/arabba-off-piste
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Hmm - £1825 - let's say you can get the base HB package with flights and trfrs for £925 inc pass

For the extra £900 that's £150 per day each. For 6 in a group you're back to £900 per day for a guide who probably costs nearer Euro 350 per day. Still some healthy mark-up going on.
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@albob, I see the SCGB webpage for their Arabba trip is giving contradictory information. At the start it says single occupancy rooom, then later in the description it says the holiday is on a twin share basis? Pretty poor if they can't give accurate information!
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Dave of the Marmottes wrote:
Hmm - £1825 - let's say you can get the base HB package with flights and trfrs for £925 inc pass

For the extra £900 that's £150 per day each.  For 6 in a group you're back to £900 per day for a guide who probably costs nearer Euro 350 per day.  Still some healthy mark-up going on.


Because they add in a fixed sort of amortisation of the head office costs to each package. They sell relatively few holidays for the overhead burden and, let's face reality, at those prices, with a shrunken membership and in a post pandemic world of travel uncertainty, the numbers are likely to be heading south apace.

Alastair Pink wrote:
@albob, I see the SCGB webpage for their Arabba trip is giving contradictory information. At the start it says single occupancy rooom, then later in the description it says the holiday is on a twin share basis? Pretty poor if they can't give accurate information!


As I have said far too often - nobody there cares enough, nobody loves it.


So the other day I said:
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the novelty has worn off and Hippo Inns might want to think of a new theme, new layout. A few old pics and books, an old pair of Dynastars in a cage and gondola cabin doth not make an alpine bar.

And then today I get an email from them literally full of cheese:

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HOT OFF THE PRESS! We are hosting an exclusive launch at The White Haus with 50% OFF FOOD in our brand new restaurant – ‘Off Piste’, showcasing a special premium evening menu designed to tantalise your taste buds and transport you back to the slopes.
Bring on those happy memories of alpine air, mountain meals and fabulous fondues and join us for a sneak peak at what we've in store for you. Our wonderful new menu incorporates the very best of fresh, locally sourced seasonal produce and has been lovingly prepared by our talented chefs – winners of the best Food Offer at the Publican Awards 2021 - so you’re in for a treat!

So get your après ski boots on to receive 50% off your food bill and email Jessica to reserve a table. We're only accepting a select amount of bookings each day so please hurry and get in touch now so you don't miss out or wipe out!!!

I think they must be mad. A restaurant called Off Piste Laughing Laughing Wonder if the Reps are allowed? Alpine themed bars in London don't even work particularly well in the winter! I note no mention of the Ski Club of Great Britain. You'd think the marketing tie up would work a bit better than that.
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Dave of the Marmottes wrote:
Hmm - £1825 - let's say you can get the base HB package with flights and trfrs for £925 inc pass

For the extra £900 that's £150 per day each.  For 6 in a group you're back to £900 per day for a guide who probably costs nearer Euro 350 per day.  Still some healthy mark-up going on.


Because they add in a fixed sort of amortisation of the head office costs to each package. They sell relatively few holidays for the overhead burden and, let's face reality, at those prices, with a shrunken membership and in a post pandemic world of travel uncertainty, the numbers are likely to be heading south apace.

Well quite - but it's not exactly the concept of a club is it? You join a club to facilitate the pooling of people to get access to things you couldn't otherwise not to pay a high slice of overhead over what you could set up independently if you had say a group of 6 mates. So is it really a "no mates" tax?
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Pruman wrote:
...As I have said far too often - nobody there cares enough, nobody loves it.
I believe their directors are too busy "promoting" far-right politics in these very pages to actually curate their own stuff.

Me, well I'm still playing in the snow. The idea of these hateful old white men in their cliques abusing me and others from
the safety of their sticky keyboards.... laughable. I doubt they can ski any better than they can think.
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philwig wrote:
Pruman wrote:
...As I have said far too often - nobody there cares enough, nobody loves it.
I believe their directors are too busy "promoting" far-right politics in these very pages to actually curate their own stuff.

Me, well I'm still playing in the snow. The idea of these hateful old white men in their cliques abusing me and others from
the safety of their sticky keyboards.... laughable. I doubt they can ski any better than they can think.
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Where is this God damn you!
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BobinCH wrote:
...Where is this God damn you!
I thought you'd done fairly well already whilst some of us stewed in lockdown.
Time for a little payback wink Iceland, today. https://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?t=155644
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@albob,
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Interestingly, you can go to Arabba for an Off-Piste week the same week as the Birthday Bash...

https://www.skiclub.co.uk/ski-club-holidays/arabba-off-piste


SnowHeads and SCGB in the same small village, same week and they’re even recommending the same equipment rental shop. I wonder which Stube they’ll frequent? What a good relationship building opportunity.
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What I can’t quite get my head around is that SCGB is continuing to offer a specialist guided package trip to Arabba.

These are their past client average ratings for that same trip...

Avg. Rating Summary-(Max 5)
Overall - 3
Leading/Guiding/Instructing - 4
Resort suitability rating - 1
Value for money - 4.
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Hmm. Big disconnect there - how can members be saying that a resort that is fundamentally unsuitable for their purpose is good value for ( not insubstantial) money?

Truly SCGB faithful calibrate money on a different scale...might explain a lot.....
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Isn’t Arabba the best access point for all of those famous hikeable couloirs? Why is the terrain considered unsuitable for a guided trip. I ask as it’s on my bucket list
https://www.albertodegiuli.com/en/2018/05/off-piste-skiing-ski-touring-dolomites-valscura-couloir-holzer-skiing-arabba-marmolada-sella-massif-ski-touring-puez-monte-pelmo/
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@BobinCH, well that's the guy the SCGB use apparently

https://www.albertodegiuli.com/en/2017/03/off-piste-ski-week-arabba-dolomites-ski-club-great-britain/

If I had to guess the unsuitable bit would be the fact that off piste is "illegal" in the vicinity of the pistes and thus that every objective is somewhat of a commitment. But it might be simply a limited number of members reviewing it and those that consider it entirely suitable just not bothering to leave balancing ratings. Back to the theme of no one cares enough I guess?

Mind you I can see a bit of a problem with the way they are listing the holiday - it's rather being sold on the basis that ski touring and hike to objectives might be an occasional thing whereas the guide's blog above suggests it is in essence what is required. It looks like the sort of thing that a strong lift served off piste skier might want to avoid if they didn't like or couldn't cope with being rinsed on the ascents (which probably describes me at the moment).


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On the rocks wrote:
TIt looks like the very successful Flaine chalet holidays are no more. These were excellent with the good and consistent coaching and guiding from Yann Westercamp and his team, unlike others Freshtracks holidays where the instructors and guides have been random and often not good.


Flaine off piste with Yann and Diane by far the best thing about SCGB- brilliant instructors.
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SCGB Director Gerry Aitken rejoiced in the harm done to UK citizens in the ski industry and other damage done to the UK economy writing

Gerry wrote:
under a new name wrote:
Blue collar workers were, however, benefitting immensely from the UK's pre-eminent position as a gateway to the EU.

Mostly, by having jobs to wear their blue collars to work to.


They weren't happy, though, were they? And now they've screwed you over.
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The latest missive from the SCGB to the non-member contact list is pretty entertaining, but I'm not sure their move into online comedy will rectify the problems they are facing.

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Don’t forget to ensure that you are receiving all our communications over this incredible summer – ensure your e-mail address is up-to-date and contact the team to update as necessary.


So basically what they are saying is that if you didn't get this email, please contact them to tell them Puzzled

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This release includes our popular Canazei Intalian Indulgence


It's always nice to be sure of where you are going - where exactly do you get an "Intalian" experience? Is that a curry in Canazei, or pasta in the Hindu Kush? I know they've made some staff redundant, but surely whoever is left can't be that incompetent?

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New and Improved - Ski Club Travel Insurance. Engineered for winter, perfect for summer! Comprehensive on-snow cover is joined by all your favourite summer activities to offer super year-round travel insurance. Find out more below and upgrade today!


Well, apart from the usual comment that something can't be both new and improved, it seems that many people are upset about both the "new" insurance and the fact that the "improved" offer doesn't actually work for them any more. Yes, now that SCGB have signed up for it they have to aggressively push the new scheme, but that's going to take a better marketing organisation than they can afford. Nice to see that "all [my] favourite summer activities" are covered - that would indeed be a very comprehensive policy, but I suspect that everything beyond a leisurely walk needs an upgrade at a significant cost - maybe that's what they mean by "upgrade today"? I guess the wingsuit purchase will have to be put on hold for now.

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The Ski Club is seeking to hire a new Finance Manager, following the news that Tanya Moiseyenko will be leaving the Club this summer for pastures new. Tanya's impressive work alongside the Club's finance team has ensured the Club's financial stability throughout this difficult period, and as a result this opportunity represents a challenging but rewarding position to fill.


I'm struggling to decide where to begin on this one - Tanya Moiseyenko was appointed in September 2019 as Head of Finance (Director of Finance according to LinkedIn), so isn't responsible for the two years of severe losses and dire financial control which has left SCGB in such a poor state, but I think that claiming "financial stability" at a time when they were still haemorrhaging cash is a little wishful, especially as it has essentially only been "not as bad as previously" because they stopped all operations but continued to charge the members full rates. I have no idea whether she was good or not, but to describe the role for her replacement as "challenging" is something of an understatement, while "rewarding" can clearly only mean in a job satisfaction sense, as they're not in a position to pay the going rate for someone who can actively manage a huge financial turnaround.

Don't panic - the orchestra is still playing, and the waiter will be along shortly with G&Ts. If you want ice with that, there's plenty hanging over the promenade deck on the starboard side if you're happy to chip some off yourself.
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Seems rather shameless revisionism to position it as ensuring financial stability while the obvious has been happening. The lady may be entirely blameless as despite the grandiose title may have been little more than a bookkeeper and have had no influence on addressing the bleeding but its hardly been a triumphal period.
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It is a shame the way things are going. Personally I would be happy with a good range of Freshtracks off piste holidays at sensible prices, opportunities for good ILG and facilitation of networking to arrange peer skiing with those of similar ability and aspirations.

Unfortunately the club is being driven into the ground by those seeking to maintain the impossible good old days of funding Reps’ gigs as illegal ski guides for geezonaires at the expense of mere “holiday skiers” and trying desperately to find cash for this by unrealistic insurance deals etc and attempts to fleece the holiday skiers.
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@On the rocks, Sadly, your summary is spot on.
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@ousekjarr, @Dave of the Marmottes, +100x to all of that.
ousekjarr wrote:


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This release includes our popular Canazei Intalian Indulgence


It's always nice to be sure of where you are going - where exactly do you get an "Intalian" experience?  Is that a curry in Canazei, or pasta in the Hindu Kush?  I know they've made some staff redundant, but surely whoever is left can't be that incompetent?


NOBODY IN THAT ORGANISATION CARES! They can't even be bothered to take notice of spellcheck.

ousekjarr wrote:


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New and Improved - Ski Club Travel Insurance.  Engineered for winter, perfect for summer! Comprehensive on-snow cover is joined by all your favourite summer activities to offer super year-round travel insurance. Find out more below and upgrade today!


Well, apart from the usual comment that something can't be both new and improved, it seems that many people are upset about both the "new" insurance and the fact that the "improved" offer doesn't actually work for them any more.  Yes, now that SCGB have signed up for it they have to aggressively push the new scheme, but that's going to take a better marketing organisation than they can afford.  Nice to see that "all [my] favourite summer activities" are covered - that would indeed be a very comprehensive policy, but I suspect that everything beyond a leisurely walk needs an upgrade at a significant cost - maybe that's what they mean by "upgrade today"?  I guess the wingsuit purchase will have to be put on hold for now.


And they are also promoting domestic travel insurance for those staycations. Unless you are a Platinum Member of course - the policy doesn't cover domestic! It's a desperate move and, along with the above, just tells me that the underwriter or broker or both are piling on pressure to make sales, or at least look like you are trying. Quite a few players are pulling out of certain types of personal lines insurance and travel is worst hit. I would not be at all surprised if the likes of ski club are back out in the market looking for an insurer.

Re the FD, I spoke with a director not long after Tanya joined. She was faced with a total rebuild of the financial accounting system. She may well have things under control now but the issues of membership attrition, unprofitable holidays, the office burden, and generally too high overheads remain. Anyone talented will be looking at their career and earnings prospects and updating their Linked In profile in readiness for a swift exit. The GM's salary was published at £80k. Finance Directors earn easily double that so how is it going to work if the incoming FD is a bigger overhead than the GM - what happens there s that the GM starts looking for a raise and the board have little choice but to cave. It's just how the world works.

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Personally I would be happy with a good range of Freshtracks off piste holidays at sensible prices

@On the rocks, and they need to make them sensible or they will have to start cancelling weeks due to low participation. To put their circa £2k trips in perspective, InTheSnow's reader trip is £1400 all in, including virtually unlimited beer!, to Serre Chevalier with Club Med. Flights, transfers, full board, passes and a host. https://www.inthesnow.com/join-us-on-holiday-to-one-of-frances-top-resorts/

Has the new GM started? I note he is still flagged as CEO of his Mountain Trade Network, but that his partner is moving from the position of CIO to COO. I've worked in some massive multi nationals with 000s of staff and a global network of offices and they had CEO, CIO, and COO but it's pretty ridiculous to have such titles in one man/woman bands run from the spare bedroom  Laughing 
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@Dave of the Marmottes, job spec from their website below:

Line Manager: General Manager

Responsibilities:
The Finance Manager is responsible for ensuring the finance department runs in a smooth and the most efficient way whilst keeping all Ski Club financials up to date and to make changes to the current systems where necessary. We are also looking for a FM who can help with strategic planning of projects, implementation and budget control to help the General Manager grow the businesses.

The FM is responsible for the timely production of detailed and accurate monthly management information for both companies and analysis before presenting to the council. The FM must ensure to review all business costs on a regular basis, producing a detailed cashflow forecast and financial controls are kept up to date at all times.
It is also necessary that statutory requirements are met to produce financial statements and HMRC compliance checks.

Key Accountabilities
Purchase Ledger
• Oversee and review Aged Creditors ledgers on a regular basis
• Checking creditor lists thoroughly and ensuring payment are within the authorised limit for suppliers before authorising payment runs.
• Checking and authorising all multi-currency payments and looking into costs savings where possible.
• Support the General Manager where necessary, including multi currencies and hedging.

Sale Ledger
• Review Aged debtors list for weekly credit control.

Cash Management
• Set up a cashflow forecast with sensitivity analysis for the financial year – both companies
• Update weekly rolling cashflow forecasts -for both companies
• Ensure all bank accounts are optimized for maximum return and reviewed on a regular basis.

Management Reporting
• Prepare and post all monthly journals (currently on Sage)
• Produce the consolidated monthly P&L for Council meeting with analysis where necessary
• Prepare monthly balance sheet pack inclusive of all reconciliations and supporting documents
• Review reconciliations of bank and intercompany accounts, managed by the finance assistant
• Produce monthly consolidated balance sheet with analysis where necessary

Holidays review
• Review Holidays margins and liaise with holiday team to explain variances
• Reconcile Holidays income monthly for CAA/ABTOT and liaise with head of holidays to resolve discrepancies

Budgeting and forecasting
• Liaise with budget holders for monthly reforecast
• Liaise with budget holder to investigate variances to budget and reforecasts.

VAT
• Preparation and submission of quarterly VAT returns in a timely manner and to ensure compliance of accounting records are met.

Audit
• Completion of year-end accounts, including reconciliation and preparing all necessary documents for Auditors.
• Ensure all queries to auditors are answered.

Membership
• Authorise memberships collection
• Check and authorise weekly refunds
• Liaise with membership team for insurance monthly bordereau

Payroll
• Review and prepare monthly payroll for payroll outsourced team
• Liaise with HR officer
• Arrange for statutory payments to HMRC
• Check payroll and ensure payments are met on time
• Administrate Pension scheme and submit monthly contributions to provider
• Administrate any other benefits scheme, like ride to work, childcare voucher

Staff Management
• Line manage and ensure direct report is fully supported in their role

Essential Requirements of the role
• Experienced Accountant
• Experience of using Sage

Desirable Requirements of the role
• Experience of working within the travel industry
• Experience of ATOL/ABTOT
• Experience of TOMs VAT

Skills and Experience
• Qualified or Qualified by experience in ACCA or CIMA
• 3 to 4 years of experience in Management reporting
• Able to manage priorities and deadlines
• Experience in dealing with auditors
• Experience of managing one direct report
• Experience in leisure industry, retail or FMCG preferable

*** for immediate start***
To apply please submit your CV and Cover Letter to recruitment@skiclub.co.uk
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• Prepare and post all monthly journals (currently on Sage)
• Experience of using Sage


Sage Shocked

Any bets they're running Line 50 from about 1995 and have recently migrated it to a Windows 2003 server? Twisted Evil
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Too easy...
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@Pruman, They aren't after an FD they are after a management accountant/bookkeeper at 3-4 years experience presumably because that's the salary budget they have to play with. Such a person could possibly provide strategic insight and proactive correction but probably they'll have their hands full providing reports to all and sundry and making sure the day job is done passably well.
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On the rocks wrote:
The latest (main) tranche of Freshtracks holidays were posted this morning. It looks like the very successful Flaine chalet holidays are no more. These were excellent with the good and consistent coaching and guiding from Yann Westercamp and his team, unlike others Freshtracks holidays where the instructors and guides have been random and often not good. It looks like there is also no Chamonix (Les Houches) chalet this year either. I’m guessing all this is due to not having the reserves to commit to leasing the chalets and paying staff. Now for me there is no reason to go with Freshtracks instead of Snowworks (for example) for guided or instructed off piste holidays.
I phoned SCGB yesterday about this and was advised that they are still negotiating with the Flaine chalet owners and hope to publish details of the holidays within the next few weeks. Let's hope the chalet owners are not too greedy.
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SCGB Director Gerry Aitken wrote

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Yeah, I don’t like you or your bully boy Rejoiner mates.


Ski Club of Great Brexiteers?
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