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  1. Add The Ship at Reedham to the list of closures - word on the Quay is that it will not re-open as anticipated however the old Cup Cakes Café seems to be re-opening soon selling fresh food ( Staff wanted for anyone interested)
  2. This is the latest published documentation I can find on BA website - unless Tom can come up with anything newer? https://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0030/264738/Residential-Moorings-Guide-for-consultation-pc060320.pdf
  3. I had to wait 3 minutes for the Ferry yesterday going south ( It was closing at 9pm also) They have a vacancy for an operator
  4. Future Roadworks ⓘ Location The A47 westbound between the junctions with the A146 and the A140 Reason Barrier repairs are planned Status Pending Schedule Expect disruption everyday between 20:30 and 05:00 from 10 May 2021 to 15 May 2021 Schedule Expect disruption everyday between 20:30 and 05:00 from 17 May 2021 to 22 May 2021 Schedule Expect disruption everyday between 20:30 and 05:00 from 24 May 2021 to 28 May 2021 Schedule Expect disruption everyday between 20:30 and 05:00 from 1 June 2021 to 5 June 2021 Schedule Expect disruption everyday between 20:
  5. According to the Traffic England website the works are overnight only !
  6. I did read the official list of discharges & did not spot any Broads Locations thought the names are not always obvious but bear in mind all of the treated sewage does end up in the rivers ( Spot Norwich just by the A47 Bridge on the Yare as one example)
  7. If the current number of boats about carries on I suspect wild moorings will be well used this year, by the end of the season many more will become obvious from the paint/jel coat marks on the banks & tree roots as they were back in the 1970s & 80s. By September when we came it was pretty obvious where it was safe to attempt a mooring. Stay safe & wear life jacket
  8. The yacht which was tied to the sunken craft ( now removed to the bank ) is on its way to Norwich BA Depot
  9. The Details are here https://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/about-us/committees/navigation-committee/navigation-committee-15-april-2021?fbclid=IwAR2SLu-W1nh1dYQlA_QRS5ThlZdlO4Z4sl22y4reHf8V87MINHzFx-ttkxg
  10. The new development in Norwich on & around the Colmans Site includes a proposal for a new Marina - I signed up with Norwich City Council to receive updates last week
  11. On the FB page of a London Park I follow someone claiming to be a Councillor claimed due to objections to so many objections to bulldozing a council estate to build posh flats (true) they were going to build in the underused parts of the park with a consultation to choose which part - now that was OTT in my opinion To make matters worse Admin took it down but it was reposted this afternoon! Problem is knowing the reactionary nature of some of the population there will be a demo outside the Town Hall tonight as they cant resist a good flag waving session
  12. Here is the latest info for liveaboards https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-for-those-leading-a-nomadic-way-of-life?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=3bf5bb5f-776e-483c-b3bc-a440d1f0f5ea&utm_content=daily
  13. I ordered Heating Oil on Saturday just to be on safe side on a pay now deal so fingers crossed
  14. Of the Councils in this shared contract with Serco only North Norfolk is on the Broads & their service is good - The Contractor does what the council put in the contract specification & empty the bins the council provide. Serco have had the North Norfolk Contract for a year so there should be no noticeable difference in their area. NNDC put in a whole new set up at Neatished in 2019 including re-cycling Broadlands DC contract is with Veolia & their high summer amount of bins are out already. South Norfolk is a in-house service using (at Loddon) litter bins that are emptied dai
  15. You may be interested to know Broadland District Council have already installed the full complement of Boat Waste Bins on Reedham Quay The last two do not usually arrive till Late Spring Bank Holiday. I would be interested to know if the other councils ( that still provide bins that is) have or are about to do the same. P
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