[CUCBC Captains] Lents Bumps Programmes

Ian Thompson seniortreasurer at cucbc.org
Thu Feb 19 16:49:56 GMT 2009

Just to reiterate what Thomas has said here - especially since I have had
notice for a formal complaint to the Conservancy from a member of the public
who lives near the boathouses.  PLEASE keep things quite before 7.30am, and
be considerate about noise levels after it.


On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 2:37 PM, Thomas Walton <cuwbc at cucbc.org> wrote:

> Dear all,
> Please remember that rule 26 is currently in force: "That during the ten
> days preceding the Lent and May Bumps [...], no boat may spin between
> the Little Bridge and Peters Posts except at its own risk.".  This means
> that you should NOT expect to be able to spin at the end of the Reach,
> particularly in the mornings.  Spinning there causes lots of congestion
> in the early-morning period and you should avoid it.
> Also, please remember the rules about noise.  As Mark said yesterday,
> cox-boxes must be kept to a minimum volume before 7.30am, and coxes
> should cox minimally before 7.30 in areas where members of the public
> are likely to be disturbed (e.g. Riverside, Stourbridge Common, Grassy
> Corner).  This includes being moderately quiet even when your crew are
> doing a piece if it is before 7.30.  It is possible to get to the lock
> and back to the P&E before 7.30 at present!
> There are only a few mornings left before Lents - please keep it
> considerate.
> Thanks,
> Thomas
> CUCBC Secretary

Ian Thompson
Senior Treasurer, CUCBC
King's College
Cambridge CB2 1ST
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