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  2. Tv Licence

    Remember that it also funds 8 or so world class radio programme chanels, the online radio and tv content, i player, Welsh language programmes, Galic programmes, all the regional news and weather programmes. Money from the licence is subsidising broadband rollout to remote communities and the excellent Red Button for events as diverse as Glastonbury to Wimbledon to The Olympics. I am sure there is more but can't think anymore.
  3. Running Engines Are Not The Only Pest!

    Oh wonderful. The EDP as ever. "The incident happened near the beach at California Sands holiday park in Scratby on Monday afternoon. One girl was bitten on the leg and the other on the bottom and both were left with visible marks. Invisible marks are so difficult to find..... but seriously this is purporting to be a "dog attack" yet the skin wasn't broken. If it had been, the marks would have been described as "Injuries" The mother-of-one, who is on holiday with her eight-year-old daughter and friends, said the girls were running away from the dog, believed to be a black cockapoo, “screaming for their lives.” Really??? She added: “It circled them like a shark. Oh come off it They kept still but the dog kept going to bite. Sorry, do you mean "kept biting" or "kept going to bite but didn't" “I decided to rugby tackle the dog. errrm, how big did you say this dog was, and just how do you "rugby tackle" a dog anyway There were other little ones there and I was trying to protect the babies.” The holidaymaker said this would not have happened in Cambridge, where dogs have to be kept on leads. Yes, Cambridge is famous for it's long sandy beaches Police confirmed the dog’s owners had called the police to let them know their puppy had bitten two children. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Now don't get me wrong here, the dog was out of control and should not have been. It should have been on a lead, especially if it was indeed a "puppy". Whilst I have some sympathy for the mother, who was quite rightly, trying to assess what was going on and act accordingly, I can't help but feel she's "milking it a bit" I mean!! "Circled then like a shark". BUT MORE TO THE POINT, ..... Just how unpleasant does the EDP want to make the area seem? Stokesby, Beccles and now California Sands. If I were reading all this I'd sell my boat and buy a caravan in down town Harlem.
  4. Sleep Apnoea

    Roy, A couple of points, firstly your old invertor is probably of an age where it doesn't cut out at low voltage, so if inadvertently left on it could do permanent damage to your batteries. I would think about getting the syndicate to update it for a modern efficient type. I use the Sterling 600W on my boat to power the TV and for charging the laptop etc. Because it is so efficient I tend to leave it on the whole time I'm onboard and moored up. Never seen any significant battery drain. It is also connected to 2 x 110Ah batteries. Secondly I'm really surprised your previous cpap tripped out a 300 watt invertor, especially if it was a pure sine wave unit. It's possible that the start up current drawn by the unit momentarily exceeded the rating of the invertor. It could be worth trying the Sterling 600W or trying to persuade the syndicate to replace the 1600W one with a new one from Sterling. You should be able to get the 1600 for around the £330 mark. https://www.beaconsandlightbars.co.uk/Sterling-Pro-Sine-wave-Inverter/
  5. For Arthur Ransome Fans

    Tomorrow evening I will be attending the Norwich Players production of Arthur Ransomes Swallows and Amazons at the maddermarket in Norwich:- http://maddermarket.co.uk/production/view/395 I hope to give you a good report on the production
  6. The "c" Word

    Try working at a printers, it's been Christmas since around late March....
  7. Wanted: Tardis

    I hear all japanese tools work by pulling toward onself, while I may have a saw and planes, I think I will pass on the chisels.
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  9. Grande Girl 1 & 2 From Summercraft

    Careful folks, some of those "draughts" might just be intentional ventilation. Blocking them all up might not be such a good idea.
  10. 2017 Beccles Wooden Broads Cruiser Show

    Have a great show everyone. looking forward to seeing the pictures
  11. Broad Ambition - The Model

    And there's me with a nice new shiny Go Pro to test....
  12. Yesterday
  13. Geldeston Lock - Repair

    http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/river-waveney-trust-announces-15-000-project-to-save-lock-from-collapsing-1-5103663 Some good news Griff
  14. Where Do I Wish I Was Now?

    You're in someone else's bed and don't want to be there?
  15. The Copper Smokehouse Oulton Broad

    This link on Faceache should give the menu the right way round.
  16. Ah, boats you grew up with. That was partly my point about Hawaii - although my parents never hired one Caribbeans and Bermudas were two a penny. I hope the DC30s stay in the fleet a while longer, they being from the same era.
  17. To Moor Or Not To Moor?

    Ah ha! Wondered why you'd moved !
  18. That's why we love our Sheerline. Gary and all the staff, from reception onwards, are always helpful and nothing seems too much trouble.
  19. Shoes

    Yes Howard I can see where you're coming from regarding the similarity but I would never wear THAT shade of lipstick Alan, at least I've got hair Grace
  20. Broads Authority Posts

    I guess compliant with the terms of the injunction and any BA enforcement action!!
  21. Just to get the mooring booking finalised, folks. We have definitely: Bootlegger Polly Phill Warp(David) and Jessica Chameleon. Mike and Pat Bound 2 Please Charlie, Inge and possibly + Grandson(s) Cerise Lady. Cambridge Cabby (Simon) and Katie Windmill Lady Steve and Nik We have possibly: The Corsican? Riverlight? London Rascal on a hire boat? The dropping in: Wildfuzz and Mrs W? Please could the 'possibles' confirm for me ASAP?
  22. Dear All Urgent Boating News – The Authority has been informed that contractors will be working on behalf of Norfolk County Council to repair the failing fendering at Ludham Bridge and access will be restricted on Friday 15 September from 19:00 until 07:00. Kind Regards Laura Milner Administrative Officer Operations Broads Authority Tel: 01603 756035 Broads Authority, Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road. Norwich NR1 1RY 01603 610734 www.broads-authority.gov.uk
  23. Dear All Please find attached the ABP Notice to Mariners No. 21 of 2017 regarding fender work in Lowestoft Bridge Channel, Inner South Pier and at Lowestoft Harbour entrance, on the South Pier. Kind Regards Laura Milner Administrative Officer Operations Broads Authority Tel: 01603 756035 Broads Authority, Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road. Norwich NR1 1RY 01603 610734 www.broads-authority.gov.uk NOTICE TO MARINERS LOWESTOFT OUTER HARBOUR AREA - FENDERING REMOVAL/RENOVATION BRIDGE CHANNEL AND SOUTH PIER Mariners and Port-Users are advised that works are schedule to commence on Wednesday 16th August, to remove and replace unstable quay fendering in Lowestoft Bridge Channel, on the Inner South Pier. Works will also be taking place to secure unstable fendering at Lowestoft Harbour Entrance on the South Pier. The works will be undertaken from Marine craft berthed alongside the areas of works as follows:- Works Vessel ‘Flying Hart’, and Support Craft ‘Cargo of Dreams’. Both vessels will monitor VHF Ch.14 Vessels wishing to transit the area should contact Port Control to obtain information and advice on works activities. Vessels should only pass the works sites once permission has been granted, should afford as wide a berth as is safe and practical, and pass at slow speed to reduce vessel wash. Works are expected to take approx. 7 days to complete. Please contact Lowestoft Port Control, VHF Ch14, or Tel. 01502 572286, if further information is required. Harbour Master 15th August 2017.
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