Posts Tagged ‘parking’

Wadworths refuse to re-instate Horton Bridge bins – please sign petition!

Friday, August 24th, 2018

The Chief Executive of Wadworths Brewery, Chris Welham, has refused to re-instate the boaters’ rubbish bins at the Bridge Inn, Horton following a complaint. Boaters have now started an online petition calling on both Wadworths and Canal & River Trust to re-instate the bins.

Please sign, share, tweet and email sign the petition https://chn.ge/2nQhX6F

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Fight the closure of facilities at Horton Bridge: please come to K&A Boaters’ Action Group, Devizes, 13th August

Thursday, August 9th, 2018

If you are concerned about the closure of boaters’ facilities at the Bridge Inn, Horton, come to the K&A Boaters’ Action Group in Devizes next Monday 13th August 2018. See
http://kanda.boatingcommunity.org.uk/ka-boaters-action-group-next-meeting-13th-august-devizes/

The Action Group will plan what we need to do to reverse the closures.

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Liveaboard boaters invited to K&A Canal East meeting, Wilcot, 27th June

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Liveaboard boaters are invited to the Kennet & Avon Canal East Meeting on 27th June 2018 at 6pm for 6.30pm at Wilcot Village Hall. You are invited to bring cakes – there will be tea and cakes beforehand.

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New landlady at George Inn Bathampton invites boaters to Welcome Evening tomorrow 21st February

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Debbie, the new landlady of the canalside George Inn, Bathampton, is holding a Welcome Evening at the pub tomorrow (21st February 2018)from 7pm and would like to invite boaters.

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Why car parking has become more important for liveaboards

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Please respond to Mead Lane consultation below

As liveaboard boaters without home moorings are being unlawfully forced by CRT to travel longer distances to avoid having our homes seized and removed, many of us have also been forced to use cars to get to work and take children to school, when previously we could rely on cycling and public transport. Many are now having to travel to work or school from places that are much further away, including rural Wiltshire and Berkshire, where public transport is poor or non-existent.

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