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Hardley Cross moorings partial closure
After a recent survey of Hardley Cross moorings various sections  totalling 22m will remain closed awaiting repair, however 60m of the  mooring remain open. This has been added to our maintenance programme of  repair works.
Please ensure you have back up mooring options when visiting during busy times. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Tuesday 23 June 2020 - Broads Authority


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The moorings at Hardly cross have been closed in places now for about a year. They have been marked off with red and white tape. We spoke to a Ranger there last year and the problem is that in places the woodwork above the steel piles has become rotten and needs to be renewed.

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Is this the mooring at the mouth of the Chet. If so didn't they only open in March 14. If they've been closed for a year, how can the wood have rotted in five years.

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If you read the notice it says "part" of the mooring or around 1/4 of the mooring has been closed - was the whole mooring renewed or only part of it??

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Memory can play tricks and it may be the section at the downstream end which is for the use of BA only that were built in 2014, but even if this is the case the rest of the moorings haven't been there much longer.


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