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Thread: Hosepipe Ban
12-03-12, 13:11 #1
Hosepipe BanCare about MotorBoating on the Thames? - www.tmba.org.uk/about-tmba
12-03-12, 13:57 #2
glad I gave the boat its spring clean at the weekend then
Last edited by thamesS23; 14-03-12 at 08:07.
13-03-12, 09:38 #3
Mine's booked in for its annual once over on 28/29 March. Just nicked it in time.
13-03-12, 18:15 #4
Weekend of the 24th.....phew!Fifty Shades of Bray: Don't laugh, your Wife is probably on board...
13-03-12, 21:34 #5
You do know that if you put a bit of rope on a bucket you can get the water out of the river you are floating on to wash your boat right ?Blame it on the boogie .
14-03-12, 02:43 #6Registered User
Location : Reading
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Hmmmm.... If I use the hosepipe at the marina the water will help refill the river...oops.....is the water supposed to be coming in there?
14-03-12, 12:53 #7
I assume filling fresh water tanks up with a hose pipe is not part of the ban!!! dont fancy filling those up with a bucket
14-03-12, 12:58 #8
I understand that last time a hosepipe ban was imposed it was "domestic" and did not apply to commercial premises such as the marinas. Berth holders were asked to behave responsibly - and they did - but the water we use does go straight back into the river so is circulating within the system rather than being "lost".Care about MotorBoating on the Thames? - www.tmba.org.uk/about-tmba
14-03-12, 18:29 #9
14-03-12, 21:02 #10Registered User
Location : Weybridge
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