A Big Thank you.
Above:L-R; Nick Brown, Nigel Marriott, Mick Merrison, Steve Brown and Dennis Hubble.
Tony Newstead and Mick Shambrook also helped out but we don't have picture of Mick at the moment.
Yes a very big thank you.
During a terrible winter with constant flooding of our lake and surrounding areas the reasonably fit and hardy ones amoungst us have managed to get all the nasties lurking in the bottom of our lake out onto dry land and far away, well in the next field really, but unless the slime grows legs and walks back we should be safe. So, If there's any thing in the lake that shouldn't be there don't blame us! If there is something green and horrible in the lake that gets stuck round you prop or keel don't take it off and chuck it back in the lake.... Ok... put it in your pocket and take it home with you, you wouldn't throw litter down would you? Or just throw it on the grass... DON'T put it back in the lake. If you get to the lake and find weed/debris or whatever on the lake surface around the edges take it out, there are tools on the top of the shelter. Don't lean out further than is safe to do so.