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Post by F23 flittermouse on Mon Oct 23, 2017 3:59 pm

Ok people, another confirmed date for your diaries, Beccles 2018 meet booked for the late Bank May BH, ( 25-28th)
further details on prices etc tba

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Pat,. can you anchor this and  Salhouse please , ta !!

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Post by Prof Pat Pending on Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:48 pm

Yep Smile

Hopefully we’ll be there.

We could do with a recommendation for a slipway and friendly marina in the northern Broads as we plan a bit of a holiday again Very Happy
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Post by Simritdave on Tue Oct 24, 2017 12:29 pm

Pat, talk to Tony, he launched PG in at Potter Heigham in front of the pilots office for free.  There is also a nice slipway at Thurne Dyke, not sure if he has used that one?  Herbert Woods will take visitors (as will most hire companies) but not on Saturdays. 
Martham could also be a viable alternative, which will give you access to Hickling and Horsey if you are prepared to go the THE bridge afterwards as you head for Beccles ;-)
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Post by F23 flittermouse on Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:22 pm

Pat, l too was going to suggest Tony seems to have the know.
l presume you need somewhere to store the car for the week, whilst you holiday, and then return to base/slipway ?

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Post by JIML on Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:36 pm

Was hoping to attend one of the Broads meets next year, but - have a flight in a Tiger Moth booked for the July weekend (only date they could give me next year - and  - any money it will be cancelled at the last minute).  May is too early as wife will not be quite retired by then, and we have a few holiday commitments next year.  We were hoping to make it a holiday as we've never done the broads before and it seems a cheap way of doing it via Tony Tugboats.  Hey Ho perhaps 2019?.

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Post by F23 flittermouse on Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:59 pm

Jim, sorry to hear the 2018 dates don't suit , if the 'Tiggy' adventure falls through come along to Salhouse by car to get a flavour and pencil it in for the July 2019 meet !

You could probably combine it with a flight in a historic aircraft(?) at Old Buckenham Airfield ?

http://www.oldbuck.com/en/home/

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Post by Prof Pat Pending on Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:11 pm

@Simritdave wrote:Pat, talk to Tony, he launched PG in at Potter Heigham in front of the pilots office for free.  There is also a nice slipway at Thurne Dyke, not sure if he has used that one?  Herbert Woods will take visitors (as will most hire companies) but not on Saturdays. 
Martham could also be a viable alternative, which will give you access to Hickling and Horsey if you are prepared to go the THE bridge afterwards as you head for Beccles ;-)
Potter would work, we’re thinking Wednesday to Wednesday. We have to consider TTB though, who may need her to sit for a day or two
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Post by Prof Pat Pending on Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:13 pm

@F23 flittermouse wrote:Pat, l too was going to suggest Tony seems to have the know.
l presume you need somewhere to store the car for the week, whilst you holiday, and then return to base/slipway ?
Yep, car parking for the week is a must Smile
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