Joint The Boating Association & Farndon Boat Club – This Weekend!

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Fri 8th Sept (19:30 – Mid-night)

Sat 9th Sept (10:30 – Mid-night)

Sun 10th Sept (10:30 – 19:00)

Farndon Marina, N End, Farndon, Newark NG24 3SX, UK

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Notice Alert, River Trent – Dunham Toll Bridge (Bridge 32)

Monday 4 September 2017 until further notice

There is a submerged tree branch which has been sighted on the up-stream side of Dunham Bridge, opposite the visitor mooring pontoons.

Boaters are asked to proceed with care and we aim to have this removed as quickly as possible.

You can view this notice and its map online here:

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Navigation Restriction, River Trent June 25th

River Trent
Starts At: Lock 11, Gunthorpe Lock
Ends At: Lock 12, Hazelford Lock

Sunday 25 June 2017 until Sunday 25 June 2017 23:59

Nottinghamshire Police are carrying out a simulated emergency exercise on the River Trent between Gunthorpe Lock and Hazelford Lock.

The scenario is that a vehicle has entered the water and a recovery is underway involving divers, staff on the river bank and in boats.

Please take care in this area during the exercise and heed any instructions given by staff involved in the exercise.

You can view this notice and its map online here:

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Notice – River Trent, Holme Cut Lock, Visitors Moorings

Friday 12 May 2017 until Wednesday 7 June 2017 23:59


“During the works to install the hydro plant at Holme Lock, the long term moorers were moved to the road side of the upstream approach.

We have now been asked if they can stay on the road side and subsequently we are being asked if the visitor moorings can now be located on the island side.

We would be happy to receive any comments on this proposal by the 7th June emailed to

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Notice : Selby Bypass swing bridge

Canal & River Trust have been informed by North Yorkshire Council that the A63 Selby Bypass swing bridge is presently unable to swing due to a hydraulic fault. Repairs are underway but may take up to two weeks to complete.

Vessels that do not require a swing will be unaffected and can pass the bridge as normal. For details of available head room skippers should contact the bridge keepers on 01609 536854 or 01757 703692. This notice will be updated as soon as further information becomes available

You can view this notice and its map online here:

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