18/05/2021- Scottish Fencing


Scottish Fencing shares updated guidance for fencing in Scotland as of May 17th, 2021.

Please find Scottish Fencing’s updated guidance here

If you have any questions please email us at [email protected]

As the country has different levels of restrictions please pay close attention to what is applicable to the region your club is located in. Also note that if a club member has travelled to your session from a region with a higher level of restriction then the session can only run with the group numbers and activities that are permitted in their region.

from Monday 17 May

  • Level 3: Moray and Glasgow to remain at Level 3.
  • Level 2: The rest of the mainland, Skye and some islands will move to Level 2
  • Level 1: Orkney, Shetland, the Western Isles, the Highland islands with the exception of Skye, and the Inner Hebrides islands in Argyll will move to Level 1.

These levels may change at short notice so if you are unsure which level of restrictions apply you can use the Scottish Governments postcode checker which is here

And we recommend you also refer to British Fencing’s Updated Equipment Cleaning protocols and Scottish Fencing’s Adaptive Training Guidance for further advice.



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