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BA notice of closure of Catfield dyke

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much overdue!

if it is to be it is up to me.

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will they move on to the upper section of the Thurne between Martham Broad and West Somerton, once they have finished Catfield Dyke?

It's desperately shallow, and yachts tend to run aground in the centre of the channel.  Getting a larger yacht into the staithe at West Somerton is nearly impossible.

I seem to recall the BA's own data showing it was less than 1m deep, considerably shallower that their statutory obligation requires.



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