Under Cover

#gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } // Some more excellent pics of our poly tunnel cover as seen from inside, taken by Mick Nolan and used, naturally, with his full... Read More

A Useful Hole

Read all about it! Read all about it! Sorry for sounding like some Cockney paperboy hawking the latest edition in a black and white movie from London, but the latest edition of our Newsletter is now ‘out there’. The paper ‘hard copies’ have been printed and are in the post, so should either be with the off-line group of Members, or will be there very soon. Meanwhile, you can read the document as a PDF file downloaded from our... Read More

Snug Winter Quarters

Moored alongside Faversham, Cambria has now taken delivery of our new poly tunnel, our winter cover which will keep the barge snug and safe from the weather while our volunteers get on with jobs such as cleaning and painting, which we are getting few opportunities to do as this succession of powerful anticyclones spiral through; another is due overnight with its predicted lashing of coasts by wind and rain and tidal surges. We are , of course, hunkered... Read More

More Detail on that AGM

Basil Brambleby assists with lowering the gear. Picture by Maggs Kelly. I have some more detail around the AGM in January as follows. Annual General Meeting To be held on Saturday 18th January 2014 at 1200 At London River House, Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, DA12 2BE   AGENDA 1. Welcome and Apologies 2. Adoption of the Agenda 3. Approval of the Minutes of the 2013 AGM held on 21st April 2013 4. Chairman’s Report 5. Operations Manager’s Report 6.... Read More

A Clean Bow

Cambria’s bow looking very clean after her painting by Sea Change; Photo by Dave Brooks While we are still “on the blocks” at Pinmill I thought it would be nice to share another photo with you taken by Dave Brooks. This really just to show you how nice, clean and grey she looks in her new paint. This bow area, particularly has been a problem to keep looking neat due to the bleeding of tar (bitumen?) through between planks outwards,... Read More