Author: Neil Pickford | Date: 5th June 2020
I hope members of your clubs are managing to get out on the water and enjoying sculling and where possible, some crew rowing.
Some of your club members might be commenting on the position of buoys at low tide (I clipped one myself this week). The PLA have checked the position of all the buoys at high tide and they are all in the correct place. The lower than normal levels at the bottom of the tide is possibly making it difficult to navigate them. If you do come across any of the buoys in the wrong place please let the PLA or myself know
All the best
TRRC Safety Advisor
Author: Neil Pickford | Date: 28th September 2019
I hope everyone had a good summer,
As part of our ongoing work with Surrey Fire & Rescue, they have offered to come to the Island and give us a bit of training with pumps etc - so we can get a better grasp of how to use pumps and hoses in the unfortunate event of a fire.
The date has been set for Saturday 28th September, time and location TBC, but most likely late morning It will be conducted at a relaxed, instructional pace, and Iím sure will be both informative and practical Everyone is welcome - and I would encourage at least one member of each household to attend if at all possible.
Any questions please drop me a line Best wishes
Author: Neil Pickford | Date: 22nd July 2019
See here for a presentation regarding the works. Once work commences there will be two warning buoys to alert river users to the works. The buoys should be installed by 24th June with work scheduled to start after 8th July.
A jack-up barge was put in place on Monday 22nd July
Follow @FulhamFCWorks for up-to-date information.
Rowing Safety Adviser | Thames Regional Rowing Council