Some of the damage caused by January’s floods.

Acton Bridge Cruising Club rumours simply not true

IN JANUARY this year, Acton Bridge Cruising Club on the River Weaver in Cheshire suffered an unprecedented flood which damaged some of its moorings.

Some of the damage caused by January’s floods.
Some of the damage caused by January’s floods.

Since that time, it has been rumoured that the club is no longer functioning, according to member David Moores.

“This is far from true,” he told Towpath Talk. “All the damaged moorings in the club have been repaired by Jetties & Moorings of Cumbria Ltd to an extremely high standard.

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A narrowboat moored alongside the new jetty.
A narrowboat moored alongside the new jetty.

“We would like to dispel any rumours that we are ‘not in business’, in fact, we are raring to get going both in boating activities and socially for next year’s season, having been ‘well and truly Covided’ for the last couple of years!

Moorings alongside the River Weaver.
Moorings alongside the River Weaver.

The club now has a few moorings available for any possible new membership application and any queries should be addresses to our club secretary at secretary@actonbridgecc.co.uk

A new pontoon in the basin.
A new pontoon in the basin.

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