MOWING ROTA 2020

 

2012 Hilary-Mowing

 

Please help us keep the Club site tidy by volunteering to cut the main area of grass on one or more of the dates listed below or within a couple of days either side. There is no need to strim around the mooring posts next to moorings as individual berth holders are asked to do that around their own boats.

 

We have a very efficient mower and wheeled strimmer which should make light work of the job. If you have any questions about accessing or using them please contact the MOORINGS OFFICER

 

To add your name to the rota  PLEASE CLICK HERE  Your name will then be added to the rota normally within a few hours.

 

If you offer to cut the grass please make sure you do it if you possibly can, on or around the date chosen, alternatively if you have a problem with doing it around then, please try to swap dates with someone else or contact the moorings officer to let him know there is a problem.

 

 

Date

Volunteers

21 March

Work Party cancelled 

11 April 


Tom Moore  cancelled

25 April 

Adrian and Ruth  cancelled

9 May 

Paul and Jane  cancelled

23 May (TMOR w/e))

John Aves

6 June

13 June (extra slot)

John Aves

  Volunteer needed

20 June

27 June (extra slot)

Roger and Lesley

  Volunteer needed

4 July

11 July  (extra slot)

Paul and Jane

  Volunteer needed

18 July 

Mike and Sally

1 August

 Volunteer needed

15 August

 Volunteer needed

29 August

Steve Burton and Co

12 Septemper

 Volunteer needed

26 September

Alastair Trimmer

10 October

 Volunteer needed

24 October

 Volunteer needed

 

It would be helpful if you would email the moorings officer with a status report when done, thank you.

 

PLEASE DO NOT FOLD THE MOWER HANDLE IN THE MIDDLE TO FIT IT IN THE SHED AS IT DAMAGES THE CONTROL CABLES. THE BOTTOM WING NUT and BOLTS SHOULD BE REMOVED ALLOWING THE HANDLE TO PIVOT UP SLIGHTLY. THANK YOU.

 

Access to the moorings is now only via the river. A club safety boat is kept on moorings in Thurne Dyke and can be used by members to cross the river. The keys are kept close by in Thurne. (email the moorings officer, or find his contact details in the White Book, if you need to know the know the location)