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  1. I read a book years ago,about the days of the "real boaters"...The gypsies told their children not to associate with the boat children,as they were below them!..We all need someone to vilify!!..πŸ˜„
  2. If they can afford a "residential" mooring in Cambridgeshire.They can pay their own legal fees as far as I am concerned!.πŸ‘
  3. Sorry I'm late to the post!...It lives in the marina,pretty sure there's 2 of them in there...No engines,they are for accommodation only.
  4. Thinking of starting a "Go Fund Me" page.So I can move off my boat into a house,and then do a podcast about what it's like living in a house.(I may have a year off to hitch around Europe).πŸ‘
  5. Wait until the toilet system goes wrong...That's when it gets PRIMAL!.πŸ˜‰
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  7. Get a big dog that loves swimming in the cut!πŸ‘
  8. This is the boaters case...From their web page: A Marina in Cambridgeshire has 45 berth holders living on floating caravans and lodges as well as mooring for vessels including narrow boats and cruisers. Approximately 100 people live on the Marina as their permanent residence and the majority pay council tax. The Marina owners purchased the Marina 4 years ago, knowing full well that there were residential berth holders, some of which have a CLEUD (Certificate of Lawfulness for an Existing Use of a Development) granted by the District Council which means the property is occupied as a
  9. Check my other No Boats Travel Anywhere post!..These folks really don't move!!πŸ˜„
  10. I neither have,nor want credibility! πŸ‘πŸ˜ Just posting for informational purposes.πŸ˜‰
  11. https://uk.news.yahoo.com/people-offend-abuse-another-without-130125114.html It's legal!.
  12. Any improvement to the system is a good thing πŸ‘...But please...no more signs! 😐
  13. F.Y.I. *Now is the time to refuse your consent to the proposed new CRT Boat Licence Terms and Conditions* Now that the CRT consultation on changes to the Boat Licence Terms and Conditions has ended, please take part in the next stage of the campaign to stop CRT bringing in these unlawful, unreasonable and excessive changes. Please email CRT’s Chief Executive - richard.parry@canalrivertrust.org.uk and copy it to customer.feedback@canalrivertrust.org.uk - with the following message: Dear Mr Parry, I do not understand, consent to or accept the proposed changes to the Canal & Ri
  14. F.Y.I. Received from N.B.T.A. Although it is not the NBTA’s core mission, we support the struggles of boat dwellers who live on moorings. The residential berth holders at Hartford marina on the River Great Ouse are fighting eviction notices sent to three residents. They are raising money for a legal challenge that could create better conditions for all residential berth holders in the UK, most of whom do not have any security of tenure. If you would like to contribute, please see https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/a-fair-contract-for-uk-residen/
  15. F.Y.I. Received from N.B.T.A. *Boat movements suspended in Tier 4 and Wales Covid-19 lockdowns* Following the Government announcement on 20th December some parts of England are now in a new Tier 4 of Covid-19 restrictions equivalent to lockdown, and Wales is in lockdown. This means that only essential boat movements by liveaboard boaters are permitted, such as for food shopping, medical treatment, or to fill up with water, empty toilets etc. Leisure boaters cannot visit or use their boats. This applies to all waterways in Tier 4 areas and in Wales. At present we have information
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