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Ray T

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  1. Here you go, something to work on.
  2. When this boat is finished you ought to call it "Waynes Wonder."
  3. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-52046893
  4. Left all my brass on the boat, got nothing to polish. Disaster. Mrs. T has made a list, help, can’t escape. 😁
  5. Finally I will be able to get hold of the elusive "Round Tuit." Now we are barred from the boat and van.
  6. Others can use the templates too of course.
  7. Further release as of 09:20 24/03/2020 Coronavirus and boating update Following the most recent announcement from the Prime Minister regarding the UK’s response to the coronavirus crisis, we are asking leisure boaters to stop all non-essential travel. As a result, and to help those who live-aboard (along with those who would need to travel to their boat in order to move it) we are suspending the requirement to move every 14 days. The suspension will be kept under review in line with revised government guidance, applying initially until 14 April. We ask everyone to be considerate and make sure at least a minimal amount of essential movement is maintained to keep vital boater facilities and services accessible to those that need them. We will continue to maintain boater facilities and pump out cards are available from our online shop. (We will be urgently reviewing the implications for face-to-face sale of pump out cards and facilities keys from our public offices). Please click here for the latest updates to our Frequently Asked Questions and up to date advice on where to get support. Colleagues whose roles are critical to the safe management of the waterways, for example those managing water levels, those carrying out statutory inspections of canal structures, ensuring essential facilities for boaters are available etc will continue their day to day work. We will be doing whatever we can to support our customers and protect the waterways so we can return to enjoying them fully when the crisis is over. We will keep the situation under active review and update you in line with changing circumstances and guidance. Thank you for your patience and forbearance and please stay safe during these unprecedented times. Richard Parry Chief Executive Canal & River Trust
  8. Not really in the UK now as well.
  9. That far, we managed the winding hole at Handsworth.
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