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    Default Shepperton Lock EA Moorings

    Not sure what's going on at Shepperton Lock EA moorings. I hope they are improving them, but they could have picked a better time than the summer when moorings are at a premium anyway.
    More joined up thinking required.


    Also saw another Thames "surfer".
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    Must be a Commodore....he thinks he can walk on water!

    G,D & R....

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    is that below the lock?

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    Yes bellow the lock on the bend opposite Weybridge Mariners

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    I have never moored there although thought of it a few times.
    I guess they have to do it now as it floods like crazy there in Winter.
    Will definately give it a go when they have finished it.

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    Smile Mooring

    Have moored there quite a few times, it was a good mooring. peacefull but some times hard to get a space. nb's like it a lot.
    Storm-Force

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    Any idea on who operates the mooring on the weir stream just above Shepperton lock? They are look as though they are brand new flotaing pontoons with leccy and water.

    Part of the mooring they are doing up look as though it has a large chunk cut into the bank, not sure what that is for...

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    We've used those moorings once, but it their not very nice, we always moor above the lock outside the Thames Court pub which is usualy a very pleasant spot to spend an evening.

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    What are the pubs like close to those EA moorings? Always on the lookout for somewhere to take folk on a shorter trip and a closeby pub is a bonus!
    Two beers please, my friend is paying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_Fanner View Post
    What are the pubs like close to those EA moorings? Always on the lookout for somewhere to take folk on a shorter trip and a closeby pub is a bonus!
    Two just up from there which of course I have forgotten the names of both, one a bit gastro the other a bit old, both ok the last time I went and both within easy walking distance

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