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chalkey
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We're aiming to fill up at barnes brinkscraft wroxham Saturday morning to enable us to get under wroxham bridge,is there anywhere on coltishall side to do the same Sunday morning to help us get back under bridge.5-6/04/14
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yes just about the best water spot on the system just after the railway bridge on the RHS where the Porter and Hylett yard used to be there is a great water point.Good quay heading loads of space and a hose reel.  

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And from what I recall possibly the fastest flow rate seen on the broads!

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Yes definitely the best water point, and as you say a very fast flow rate, but a word of warning I met a Chap last year emptying the money box, and he said if people don't pay for what they use we can't afford to continue with this service, so basically use it, pay for it, or lose it which would be a great pity.
There is another Water point At anchor corner, but not available if there is frosty weather 50p in the slot will probably get you enough to top up, but not a full tank.

All the best Ted.

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You may find this time of year the water hose has not been reconnected and the water is turned off at Porter and Haylet in Wroxham. It may be an idea to walk over to the 24hr morings/park area to have a little look see if the hose is there. It was not in use last weekend.



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Hi all,

Could anyone please confirm if the water point shown in the attached photo is the one in question?  Does anyone know if it is owned by a boatyard and if so the name of the boatyard or who it is owned by.
I would like to add this point to my website under the facilities tab.
On the Google map of water points kindly provided by London Rascal it is listed as Le-Boat but I believe they no longer trade on The Norfolk Broads.
Any advice would be much appreciated.

Here is the link to London Rascal’s Google maps of water points.

https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=207561431178345117550.0004c7c53f7bdd307c304&msa=0&ll=52.629833,1.660824&spn=0.086375,0.154324


Kind Regards
Alan...
www.mynorfolkbroadsboating.co.uk/


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That's the one Alan!


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You should be ok at Anchor Moorings if you go to mooring in front of house. Plenty of room to moor up just need 50p coins.


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Many Thanks  Mowjo

I have now added to my web site list.

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Alan...
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