Sally Ash, the unpopular Head of Boating, finally retires at the end of this month after 38 years working for BW and CRT. She joined BW as a researcher in 1976 following a Masters degree at Reading University. Here we take a look back at some of her activities and the cost of her career both to boaters and to her employers, not only in financial terms but also in goodwill, time and effort.
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Here are some of the ways you can express support for the London boaters threatened by the draconian mooring proposals of British Waterways.
Please sign up to the Facebook page:
If you are on Twitter, here is draft tweet that you can use for your followers:
Stop the destruction of London’s boating communities http://tinyurl.com/3gsczqr #londonboaters
Please sign the online petition: