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CraftyNorfolk
Feb-03-2005 @ 8:24 AM                           Permalink
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Hi All
Just wanted you all to know about a Craft Fair in Scottow at The Three Horseshoes Function Barn on 6 Feb - this Sunday.  It seems to be a popular event.  
The Norfolk Broads area is often linked to handmade crafts but I never seem to find many outlets for it.  This one looks promising.
Also can anyone tell me if there are any residential moorings available anywhere in Norfolk?

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Crafty Norfolk

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Hi CraftyNorfolk - welcome to the forum. I'm sure someone here will know about moorings.

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Hi Crafty Norfolk  what an intriguing name spot on and welcome to the site, i have an idea  residential moorings may be far and few between but knowing this site someone will know.cheers for now.

roya

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On both sides of Potter Heigham Bridge are the Thurne bungalows. Most of the plots have bungalows on them but mixed in with them are mooring plots. These are a bit of bank with quay heading, a boat dock and (often) a shed. They have water and electricity.

It is a requirement of the lease that you cannot live there permanently. To prove that you comply with the lease, it is necessary to show a council tax bill from some other property. Having said this, you can be there most of the time.

By the way, the same lease conditions apply to the bungalows as well.

I don't know if this meets your needs. Finding a place which allows permanent residential mooring is going to be mighty difficult.

Nigel
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