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Following official regulations, the Club remains open for children's football, adult and children's tennis and other outdoor sporting activities, but the Clubhouse itself remains closed. The Club is open from 8 am - 6.45 pm Monday to Friday and 9 am - 6.45 pm at weekends. Entrance will be through the front door, though there is no access to the upstairs and the bar, except the terrace via the external stairs. The usual 'protocoles sanitaires' and social distancing. Arrangements have been made for the changing rooms and toilets to be accessible, but please do not use the changing rooms except to access lockers, so please come prepared.

Tuesday 11 May 2021

The new online site for applying for a new, post-Brexit, carte de séjour is now open: https://contacts-demarches.interieur.gouv.fr/brexit/brexit-residence-permit-application/. British nationals residing in France or coming to settle there before 31 December 2020 must apply for a residence permit online on this site before 1 July 2021.

This online service is intended only for British nationals and their family members, of British nationality or third-country nationals, residing in France or coming to settle in France before 31 December 2020. Possession of the new residence permit will be compulsory from 1 October 2021 for anyone over the age of 18.

British nationals residing in France or coming to settle there before 31 December 2020 must apply for a residence permit online on the above site before 1 July 2021.

For more information please visit the British Community Committee's site British in France at www.britishinfrance.com.

Attached is a presentation with some helpful slides given at the recent Quarterly Meeting of the (BCC) by the Vice-Chairman, Christopher Chantrey.

The Carte de Séjour site also has a helpful document (tableau de cas d'usages Brexit) detailing the documents you will need to scan for your application depending on the type of Carte de Séjour you already have. A copy is attached below.