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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Poole Town Bridge?

    Drove past it tonight and it actually looks nearly ready for the first time since the work started on it. The access roads are being cleared and the fencing and stuff that normally ends up lying around a works site is at least half gone.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Poole Town Bridge?

    Not according to Southern News tonight !

    Sounded like a good few weeks yet; what with the potential snags inflicted by the SHT trying to make Studland a no go zone for visitors and resident boats - a lot of whom might be expected to go on to enter and spend their money in town - and their non response, now this farce, I have to wonder about Poole Chamber Of Commerce.
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  3. #13
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    Default Re: Poole Town Bridge?

    Quote Originally Posted by Seajet View Post
    Not according to Southern News tonight !

    Sounded like a good few weeks yet; what with the potential snags inflicted by the SHT trying to make Studland a no go zone for visitors and resident boats - a lot of whom might be expected to go on to enter and spend their money in town - and their non response, now this farce, I have to wonder about Poole Chamber Of Commerce.
    You appear to be completely right - http://www.brittanyferriesfreight.co...ed-to-November - don't be fooled by the link text, it actually says "

    Poole Bridge Closure Extended to December

    The major refurbishment of Poole Bridge has been further extended. Poole Bridge will remain closed until 15th December 2017. For access to and from the port, please follow the signs and use the (A350) Twin Sails Bridge.
    Please allow extra time for your journey.

    Poole Chamber of Trade and Commerce is basically an excuse for certain people to eat and drink on tax-deductible (or council) expenses, just like most UK Chamber of Commerces these days.

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