The recent AGM announced the following awards:
- Polo ‘most valuable’ player: Phil Charman
- Fish of the Year: Ruby (Lynne & Nick’s dog) for 5 swims on the Wye on the Glasbury weekend
- Phil Longrigg Trophy: Mark Gillett
The following awards were ‘furloughed’ (not awarded this year_ due to lack of paddling because of the Covid-19 situation: Most improved white-water paddler; Best marathon paddler; Polo most improved player; River God
At the AGM held on 23rd Oct 2020, a new committee was voted in.
- Chairman: Tom Brockett
- Secretary: Ezra Watts
- Treasurer: Fran Bamber
- Other members: Alex Petsch, Ellie Payne, Lisa Gunton, Conor O’Neill, Matt Baird, Tanya Cownie, Nick Wainwright
Many thanks to the outgoing committee members.
This Notice to Mariners was issued by the Harbour Master’s office on Tue 20th October.
46-20 HARBOUR TO MOVE TO PHASE 4 ON THE 26th October 2020
Notice is hereby given that a move to Phase 4 will take place on Monday 26th October 2020
The Harbour Authority has introduced safety precautions and is working within social distancing guidelines to protect both colleagues and our customers and we would appreciate that visitors follow all signs and instructions.
The move to Phase 4 will permit the currently prohibited use of the Harbour by Powered Craft launching from Baltic Wharf Slipway only
Baltic Wharf Changing, toilet and shower, facilities will remain closed.
The decision to move to Phase 4 will be constantly reviewed as Lockdown conditions change. All activities will remain at the discretion of the Harbour Master and his staff.
Phase 2: All manually propelled craft (SUP, Kayaks/Canoes, Dinghies, Rowing boats) will be able to navigate the Harbour. The only slipway open will be the one located by the Harbour Office. Navigation licenses will be issued from the Harbour Office only and must be obtained before launching. Payment should be made by card, and if you wish to apply for an Annual License please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phase 3: All permanent leisure berth holders will be able to use the Harbour for navigation.
Phase 4: Harbour reopens fully.
The above only applies to leisure use and all current recognized commercial operators should contact the Harbour Office to discuss their commencement of operations upon the water.
A deteriorating situation will result in restrictions being reinstated.