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Old 06 June 2006, 17:20   #1
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to whom it may concern northeney marina

spoke breifly to a contractor over the weekend, they say they are on time finishing the slipway repairs and will be finished this week?
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Old 06 June 2006, 17:47   #2
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Lets hope so,
hope they police it better than last year, Its hurts when you have paid 170 for the season and you have some muppett messing about on the slip who have just turned up and launched.
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Old 07 June 2006, 04:59   #3
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i hope it is finished now, it should have been finished at the end of May and as such we have planned a week off next week, so it better we ready. i know 10 days ago they had just finished the underwater work, so i hope they are finished.

They are checking the passes now, so i hope the people using it have paid. I Understand last year that 50 people did not have passes, which does not seem fair
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Until they put a auto barrier in on the slip or better still a swipe card, we will allways get people misusing it.
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Old 08 June 2006, 16:44   #5
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spoke again today, are hoping to have it handed over for weekend,lets hope.
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I droped in this morning and had a look. The crane has been moved, the side at the top of the slip is finished and most of the rubbish has gone. Just a case of removing the fencing and one or two Porta-cabins.

The pontoon will not be there for a while yet, as Walcon has not delivered it.

I bought my pass today, which is No. 52. There are sure as hell more than 51 others using the slip.
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Old 08 June 2006, 18:14   #7
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Hi Mark
Do you think it will be in use it this week end, As any body told you where to park Car/trailer,
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They were "99.9% certain" that it will be open tomorrow (saturday), and having seen the state of things I think they may be right.
I hope so, I want to launch at 07:30 on sunday.
I think the trailer parking area is by the North slip. They have stuck posts in at the side of the road for tying your trailer up. Drive down past Powertech's container and they are on the left.
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suuuuppppeeeeerrrrrr

We are down there the whole we and were hope to use this slipway on Sunday - sounds like its going to be ready based on Marks visuals - Mark thanks thansk for having a look, i am now happy
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Got to go down that way again this afternoon. Will post further info then.
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