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billmaxted
Mar-11-2007 @ 7:29 AM                           Permalink
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If this is going to be a repeat of How Hill one is tempted to ask 'Which Easter'?  Frown

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Mar-11-2007 @ 8:32 AM                           Permalink
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We were down there tuesday, it looks like they are dredging fleet dyke at the moment and dropping the mud/silt at St Bennets. Loads of pilings at the moorings for flood defence works more taken down as we left.

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Mar-11-2007 @ 4:29 PM                           Permalink
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To be fair those moorings are being worked on by BESL and not the BA directly. Both are part of the Flood Alleviation works being done and I don't think that JP has any involvement. The work that is being done throughout Broadland is massive and ultimately this will improve what was becoming a poor mooring and realistically the work, which is going on throughout the year, cannot fit in all the time with the season.
Now whether the work being done will be effective is a whole new topic..... Question

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Mar-11-2007 @ 6:07 PM                           Permalink
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The work on fleet dyke is not a BA mooring, the st benets is and will be done in 3 stages the fisrt 100mt is hoped to be completed by Easter.
At the moment we are playing catch up, tree clearing due to high winds in January has taken longer than expected, so we are about 3 weeks behind schedule.

Andy

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Mar-11-2007 @ 7:54 PM                           Permalink
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HI ALL
       WE HAVE BEEN IN TOUCH WITH THE RELEVANT PEOPLE ABOUT FLEET DYKES FLOOD DEFENCE WORK AND HAVE BEEN ASSURED THAT THE MOORINGS WILL BE OPEN IN MAY.   Cheers

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Mar-28-2007 @ 9:20 PM                           Permalink
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Hi Just a quick update on the work.We moor next to the moorings and  can see ( and hear ) the progess .Today Wednesday the piling is doing very well and the laid out piles have now moved from the bank at the broad end of the mooring and today there was three or four boats moored on this stretch.  As Kim said they should be ready for May,lets hope so! Playful Wink

See you down the river,
Roy and Diane

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Apr-08-2007 @ 6:36 PM                           Permalink
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Easter Wekend and the work on the banks of Fleet Dyke are going well.The half way bend has  been re piled but not available at present.The moorings higher up are also well on track and there is still limited moorings available.If you have a dinghy you can drop a weight in the broad and use the marked landing area on the left, just past the boatyard ,then the new house being built on the left hand side of the Broad.The lane will take you to the Village,The Ship Pub, Post office,Chinese resturant,and Fairhaven Trust .

See you down the river,
Roy and Diane

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Apr-09-2007 @ 3:54 PM                           Permalink
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Hi

There was an article about the work at Fleet Dyke (including before and after pictures) in Saturdays EDP


Carol

http://www.broadlandmemories.co.uk

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May-05-2007 @ 8:59 PM                           Permalink
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Hi all Just to update the mooring situation.The waterside pilling and wooden heading is now complete (and a nice job it looks too ) and they are backfiling behind.There were no boats there today ,but I would imagine you could moor with care.As Kim said they should be ready for May and it will not be far off the mark. Smile

See you down the river,
Roy and Diane

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May-12-2007 @ 10:47 PM                           Permalink
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Another week has passed and work is progressing well.The back filling is well under way and mooring posts are going in so should not be long now !! The material being used is very sticky so would think wellies will be a useful item to have for a while when the moorings re open. Wink

See you down the river,
Roy and Diane

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Is the quay heading at St Bens finished yet?

Or any idea when ?

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