The ongoing wet weather across much of the UK means that several gliding clubs have waterlogged airfields and as a result, flying opportunities for their members have been very limited.

As club CFIs and others have previously noted (for example after the Covid restrictions were lifted), experienced pilots who are a bit short on currency can cope by taking things slowly, thinking very carefully about preparing for flight, and not being too ambitious with their flying until they have regained currency. Less experienced pilots may need or choose to have a refresher briefing and some dual refresher flying.  The key point is to be individually aware of currency (or lack thereof) and if in any doubt, ask for advice from the club CFI.

The BGA currency barometer is available here.