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  1. Woodie

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    Hi Broads01, thanks for your reply. Apologies I wasn’t clear in my post, but I didn’t doubt it was the same boat, only my memory from that holiday was how yellow it was. That boat/holiday cemented my interest in boats and boating, and I have been lucky enough to have worked on and played with boats since. Currently have a ‘classic’ (old!) Fletcher sports boat that rarely gets used. ‘Management’ thinks it’s time it went , and we looked into a cruiser on the Broads. Have to say, she is probably right, especially as we hopefully get more leisure time. Cheers Woodie
  2. Understood, and thanks for reading into it fully. I took the Gazette article at face value, and it just made me aware that if Sandford was available to pressure groups, then I am sure some would use any means to get it applied to suit their goals. Have to say, sometimes the WG have the same editorial prowess as EDP!
  3. Woodie

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    Thanks everyone for your welcome messages. Even managed a slight topic drift on my first thread-excellent!
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    Hi RumPunch, thanks for looking that up. From memory, certainly was that style of boat, but the superstructure was yellow-very yellow!! Still had a great week. I have some photos somewhere. That was my second time on the Broads, and I came back really wanting a boat. story for another time, but ended up buying a wooden cruiser here in the Midlands, needing some work. That was a baptism of fire.....
  5. Hi all, joined the forum today after a couple of years just reading as a guest, so I feel I know some of you already! Came across the attached booking form from 1981 recently, my second time on the broads in my youth! No idea why I still have it! wonder if Yare dawn is still around.
  6. To be more accurate, a group called GLEAM have filed a claim against theLDNPA for a judicial review. The authority solicitor states the claim alleges the authority failed to properly advise their Rights of Way Committee of their DUTY (my caps) under the Sandford Principle. Reported in the Westmorland Gazette 23 01 20
  7. Different tangent, the Lake District National Park Authority are facing a legal challenge from a pressure group because they didn’t apply Sandford in reaching a decision. Really didn’t want to stop you boating on HIckling, but we were forced to apply Sandford, even though we had no intention. Sorry Honest.......
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