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Ben_Green
Jul-09-2014 @ 7:39 PM                           Permalink
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My life your not kidding it has changed no end, looking on Google Earth it appears to be part of a camp site with lodges and a swimming pool unless im looking at the wrong thing still, i cant get over how much its changed though


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quote:"......
it appears to be part of a camp site with lodges and a swimming pool unless im looking at the wrong thing
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No, your not. The holiday park is Waveney River Centre (google "a fish called eddie") of which the Pub is now an integral part.

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Jul-09-2014 @ 8:42 PM                           Permalink
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Also has its own Website with a webcam looking out over the campsite and marina http://www.waveneyrivercentre.co.uk/eddiecam

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Jul-09-2014 @ 10:07 PM                           Permalink
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Ben, just curious, when were you last at the Waveney Inn? Back in the 1970's I was the licensee for a short period.

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Ben, just curious, when were you last at the Waveney Inn? Back in the 1970's I was the licensee for a short period.

I seem to remember back in the 70's a huge dove cote there just off the river front.

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There was, never found the culprits but some four legged critters were climbing the post that supported the dove's home, going in uninvited and biting the necks of the inhabitants. It wasn't my idea, by that time we had a pub manager and he wanted an attractive feature, only he hadn't reckoned on the poo problem! In the end we settled on chickens which proved extremely popular, especially on the plate, plus the poo was far more manageable, and strangely enough we never had any killed, unlike the doves.

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Jul-11-2014 @ 8:35 AM                           Permalink
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Oh I was there in the 1990's and 2000's, last time I went to the broads would have been 8 years ago but we didn't go to the Waveney that time so the last time I went to the Waveney would have been in the late 90's when I was a teenager. I have got a 4 and 3 year old now and am going to book for next July to for their first ever trip so I have been researching all the places that I could think to take them and the Waveney was one of these places.

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Sorry to hear about the 4 legged critters Jenny Morgan..

But yes the doves would come and land all over the wench much to the amusement of our 2 girls at the time.........

http://www.reelbearings.co.uk are suppliers to the worlds top casters and anglers.

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