Friar's Goose Club's Notices
The slipway will be out of action from Monday the 15th July for about 8 weeks.
This is because the council are, at long last, carrying out essential improvement works to rebuild the surface of the slipway. This weekend will be the last chance to use the facility until the work is completed.
Contact John Noble if you need any assistance.
Members of FGWSC will be given the choice to work their levy a £200 addition to their fees. This will be paid hourly. A total of 20 hours per annum will be required to cover the cost of the levy. This is the equivalent to £10 per hour.
Should they not decide to do so they will receive levy charge on their fees invoice and should be paid along with all other fees.
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In order to work the clubs levy the members are encourage to take up some of the vacant positions, which are still available to choose from.
The jobs required to be done are: Barge electrics, pump club boats out & keep pontoon tidy, 2 position to paint and tidy barge, power washing round club house & yard, picnic tables to paint, treds to fabricated & fitted to gangway, 2 positions to paint gantry.
Due to damaged hosepipe supplied by the club, members are now required to supply their own to use on vessel. This includes fittings. Also, the red hosepipe should remain attached to the water supply of the hot pressure washer and should not be removed.
Friars Goose Clubhouse is available for hire and social events. To arrange the event please contact the Club for further details.
As from now on no ferro cement boats will be taken by the Friars Goose Boatyard. Wooden boats can be taken subject to the boat inspection.