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NEW - EA Navigation Update 3rd July 2020
The EA are now providing some level of assisted passage at 31 of the 45 Thames locks and work is progressing to provide service at the remaining 14 as soon as necessary safety and Covid 19 specific measures are in place.
During periods of Self Service all locks with hydraulic power are currently able to be operated using Public Power. In the event of a public power failure, it will normally be possible to operate by hand winding.
Passage through Teddington Lock is now available daily between 0700 and 2100 but the lock is closed for navigation between 2100 and 0700.
Latest information re river and service issues is available on the
EA River Conditions webpage
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NEW - "ATYC Matters" Issue 2 now available
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NEW - ATYC Rally 2020 Cancelled
Due to the continuing coronavirus pandemic the committee have reluctantly decided that we should cancel the rally which was slated for the August Bank Holiday weekend.
It appears likely that social distancing restrictions will remain in place for some considerable time to come, and the rafting of craft, ferry services, event capacity at Weybridge Mariners clubhouse, and the likely concerns of individual boaters, mean there is no realistic prospect of being able to hold the event this year.
Considerable forward planning had already taken place before the onset of lockdown restrictions and we are grateful to those who participated in our preliminary meetings and so freely offered their support. Our thanks to the Environment Agency, Weybridge Mariners Club, TBS Penton Hook and Nauticalia – we look forward to working together again when more normal times return.
NEW - 28 May 2020 Coronavirus and Thames Boating
Following recent government decisions to ease restrictions, the Environment Agency have largely restored freedom of navigation and most locks can be transited on Self Service using public power. There remain some local issues. Current status can be found at http://riverconditions.environment-agency.gov.uk
Boat Safety Scheme - Renewal suspension extended
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"ATYC Matters" Newsletter
The first issue of the new "ATYC Matters" Newsletter can be found in the Newsletter section of the Library.
Dinner Dance - Cancelled
As a result of the Corviod-19 crisis the ATYC Dinner Dance function scheduled for 28 March is cancelled. All monies paid have been refunded.
ATYC March Newsletter
The March newsletter can be found in the Newsletter section of the Library.
Details of Clubs offering RYA training can be found in the Training section.
ATYC Open Meeting Minutes
The minutes of the open meeting can be found in the Meetings - > ATYC -> General section of the Library.
ATYC AGM Minutes March 2019
The AGM minutes can be found in the Meetings - > ATYC -> General section of the Library.
TNUF Meeting Minutes 26th February 2019
The minutes of the TNUF meeting held on 26th February can now be found in the Meetings -> External section of the Library.