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Tim Lewis

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About Tim Lewis

  • Birthday June 23

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    East London

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    Construction Planner
  • Boat Name
    Fulbourne
  • Boat Location
    Aylesbury

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  1. No, I was thinking if the Tom O' the Wood which is canal side and is a nice pub Tim
  2. Wasn't impressed with the Navigation a couple of years ago. If you are in a car I would be tempted to drive to Lapworth or Rowington where there are some nice pubs Tim
  3. This time Abingdon: http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/15250389.Stricter_rules_agreed_to_tackle_boaters_who_hang_around_on_river/ Tim
  4. You will be glad to know that the cooling water problem was fixed and we got past the stoppage, now off to Cavalcade. Tim
  5. The only way that you are goingto find a price is by getting a crane/haulage company such as MJT/Tuckeys to come out and give you a quotation http://www.mjtcranes.co.uk/transport/tuckeys/
  6. We saw it first! But it's not always as nice: Tim
  7. Glad someone has found out (From an Aylesbury moorer) Worth noting that Locks 10 and 11 are closed from 11am tomorrow until 2pm on Thursday for water loss works (Whatever they are)
  8. There are cranes that will easily lift the boat. The biggest problem is finding places where the crane can safely get close enough both lift it out and return it to the water. The road between the two lifts will also have to be able to take the wide load. Tim
  9. My mortgage finished a couple of years ago, and the bank returned my deeds etc saying that I could dispose of them as the were now kept electronically at the land registry, the flat has not changed hands since the late 1980's. Tim
  10. Details http://www.museumjobs.com/jobdetails.php?JobID=10490 Tim
  11. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-39640486 Tim
  12. Some more pictures: http://www.chesterchronicle.co.uk/news/chester-cheshire-news/gallery/40th-easter-boat-gathering-national-12902740 tim
  13. My car has a DAB radio installed, It spends a large percentage of the time tuned to Radio 4 extra, 6music and Absolute, all on DAB. Tim
  14. I listen to the radio on DAB in the kitchen and Freeview in the lounge, there is quite a time slip in them, it's like listening to two different episodes of the Archers! Tim