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  • sailing_tips
    eye along the tape as it lays on the hull Much easier than it sounds Just correct the start to align that when finished You can gently guide the tape by lifting away from the hull if it is obviously rising or falling Practice makes perfect and it is easy to lay one length of 15 feet at a go without any wobbles in a fraction of the time taken to do it inch by inch Removing Vinyl stripes emblems Trying to remove old vinyl tapes emblems from GRP is easier than you think Just use a hot air gun and a wooden spatula with a sharp edge gently warm the tape up and pull it off or ease off with the spatula it will come off cleanly without leaving any residue Just trial error the correct temperature speed of removal Too hot it just softens breaks too cold and it will not release Not as critical as it first seems Try not to melt the boat though Making your own covers etc making your own sail covers cockpit covers in acrylic canvas is not too difficult at all if you have a sturdy sewing machine The older models are stronger as they are more robust A good tip when trying a hem a long run without using pins etc is to use a hot glue gun about 6 inches at a time run a bead fold over smooth out immediately and it is ready for stiching Furling Gear So much damage is done by furled sails coming loose on moored yachts in extreme gales each season At best the sail is wrecked at worst the mast can be lost Just tie a sail tie around the furled jib passing trhough the clew and make sure it is a tight

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  • Untitled Document
    way the survey procedure works access to sample surveys survey templates for your own inspection here This page has articles on timber its uses on boats understanding moisture meter readings much much more here This page lists all pages on the site their content here This page deals with Seafish inspections surveys for the MCA If you intend to go fishing sell your catch on a business basis then you

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  • yacht_ shipwright_boat_surveys_shipwright_doerst_hampshire_devon_
    exaggerating any problems is just as easy as missing something simply because the readings are low Tramex moisture meter The two most common meters are the Tramex above and the Sovereign below but there are several others and there is not a great deal of difference bewteen them More a case of understanding what the individual meter is telling the surveyor Sovereign Moisture meter Using Timber Want to know more about timber its specific uses then download this PDF document find out why one timber is better suited for a particular purpose than another Timber structure explained Here is further information on timber construction two articles here here describing the parts of a timber vessel the names purpose of components problems that can affect wooden yachts nUnderstanding how a timber boat is built and how repairs can be undertaken once built is extre mely important if a surveyor is going to do an accomplished job of reporting advising A surveyor should also have knowledge of timber identification the uses of particular timber its properties as all timbers have individual properties that can be an asset or a liability in yacht construction Not all decay softness is caused by simple rot and a timber yacht surveyor must be able to differentiate Cored decks on GRP This is an article on cored decks on GRP boats along with gel coat damage problems and much more Click here Cored decks and hulls are good at incorporating rigidity wothout adding weight but when they go wrong you might wish the hull was single skin Rudders This article deals with GRP rudders how they are made what s inside them how they are repaired Download here After watertight integrity the rudder is the next most impotant item without it most boats will need the lifeboat

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  • poole harbour news yacht survey moorings
    a few empty spaces in some yards Wind rain the main feature so far Ripped covers in many yards but fortunately no major boat toppling that I am aware of Major flooding everywhere in Dorset vessels floating dangerously high against the riverbank of the Frome in Wareham Poole Harbour Major road flooding as well with access into Poole from the West badly affected access into Wareham impossible on the Causeway road leading from the bridge One or two requests to advise on the way forward with some vessels Here a Lone Gull class in Poole needing an expensive restoration Westerly Centaur broken away looking more like it was beautifully parked on the beach rather than stranded Is your insurance still in force Most insurance will have an in commission period often April October if on a swinging mooring but you can be sure if anything occurs after that time unless you have contacted them for an extension they can well refuse any claims if you were meant to be ashore or safe Check now Usually it will be the cleat that fails often I will see undersize fastenings or backing plates Not very often do you come across the deck coming off Check your primary mooring fastenings the backing plate These can do fail losing the boat for the want of a 1 50 bolt will haunt for for many years after the event Plus you might find the insurers claim neglect in some cases There are so many reasons a survey can be the savior of your boat Boats are being laid up thick fast now Most yards are very careful to check the props before during after gales but private clubs and yards might expect the owner to ensure their own boat s safety If in doubt get

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  • New residents
    555 111 or www crimestoppers uk org The Blandford Safer Neighbourhood Team are PS 2151 James Dimmack PCSO 6595 Graeme Archibald PCSO 6487 Matt Boon PCSO 5318 Jamie Burt PC 0740 Rob Hammond PCSC 6783 Emma Procter If you would like to join Bryanston Neighbourhood Watch you can either log on to www ourwatch org uk and search for Bryanston or contact Christine Stone on 01258 488820 Recycling and rubbish collections Your rubbish will be collected each week on Thursday if you live in the main ribbon development through the village The landfill black bins and the recycling materials are collected on alternate weeks You should have a green and a black bin a food recycling bin and a glass recycling crate If you don t have these you will need to contact Dorset Waste Partnership on 01305 221040 or dorset aptc gov uk recycling rubbish collection northeast dorset to email a request replacements Go to Next Section Places of Worship Bryanston does not have it own parish church but is part of Durweston s Parish The Church of St Nicholas www durweston org uk CHURCH htm The Rector is The Reverend Stephen Coulter contact steven coulter tiscali co uk 01258 480580 You will receive regular copies of the Parish Magazine Residents are welcome to attend the school services held at the Church of St Martin s Bryanston Contact the School s Chaplain Rev d Andrew Haviland for information 01258 452401 Communication Bryanston Time s purpose is to provide information for the local community of Durweston Bryanston Stourpaine Blandford St Mary and Winterborne Stickland If you have any items you d like posted on this website then please contact the editor You can advertise items for sale publish events promote your business all for free Phone 01258 488820 or email editor bryanstonTimes co uk Bryanston News You will receive a quarterly newsletter which will cover a wide range of articles You will also be invited to contribute The newsletter is provided free of charge and is published by the residents association All residents are deemed to belong to this association Notice Boards There are three notice boards in the village which belong to the parish council and are for displaying parish council information The larger notice board situated by the telephone box has capacity for public notices too Bryanston Club Bryanston Club offers bar social snooker and pool facilities The Community Room is available to hire New members are always welcome 01258 454423 The Parish Council Parish Council Bryanston Parish Council does not currently own any land in the parish so there are no allotments or play areas The Parish Council is responsible for Submitting recommendations on Planning Applications to North Dorset District Council Checking and reporting on public rights of way such as Footpaths and Bridle Paths Reporting to the Highways authority on road safety Has a general duty of care for the parish environment and its residents As well as these statutory duties the council also organises litter

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  • Untitled Document
    know produce frequently sells out so many make a point of collecting their favourites early in the day Meatfree Martha is a small home business that cooks great tasting colourful and imaginative vegetarian and vegan food using locally sourced fresh and seasonal produce wherever possible Each individual product is loaded with good quality ingredients all suitable for vegetarians With lots of fresh herbs unusual flavour combinations and alternative presentations every dish is something very special The produce is sold ready cooked You can freeze it eat it cold or warm it up in the oven The perfect solution when you need a ready made vegetarian dish Meatfree Martha is registered with North Dorset Environmental Health Department and has been awarded level 5 in the National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme www food gov uk ratings The food hygiene scheme will help you choose where to eat out or shop for food by giving you information about the hygiene standards in restaurants pubs cafàs takeaways hotels and other places you eat out Supermarkets and other food shops are also included in the scheme  Each business is given a hygiene rating when it is inspected by a food safety officer from

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  • Untitled Document
    incident number 55160045642 Alternatively call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply Good Citizen Award Scam Action Fraud has been receiving reports of an advanced fee fraud whereby suspects phone a member of the public and claim to be calling on behalf of the UK or British Government Grant Department They go on to state that the individual has won a Good Citizen Award â of typically  8 000 â and that the grant can be released for a fee of around  210 Fortunately very few members of the public have lost any money as a result of this scam but have reported to Action Fraud in order to help build a picture of this fraud and protect others from falling victim to it Protect yourself There is no genuine â Good Citizen Awardâ scheme in the UK that operates by cold calling â winnersâ and asking for an upfront fee to release a grant If you receive a call that claims to represent such a scheme it is a scam End the phone call â do not give out any personal or financial data If you or anyone you know have been affected by this fraud or any other scam report it to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040 or visiting www actionfraud police uk Distraction Thefts Officers in North Dorset are appealing for witnesses and warning the public to remain vigilant following a spate of distraction thefts There have been three incidents since January 2016 where elderly female shoppers have been targeted by a group of offenders One of the offenders usually follows a shopper around the supermarket and then observes the victim type their PIN number into the card machine at the checkouts After the victim places her handbag in her car she is then approached by an offender who distracts her by asking for directions An accomplice then steals a purse from the handbag in the open car and immediately uses it to withdraw cash from a cash machine The offenders are described as being smartly dressed with an Eastern European accent The incidents took place at around 5 30pm on 30 January 2016 at Waitrose Chantry Fields Gillingham 3pm on 5 February at Tesco on Christyâ s Lane Shaftesbury and at around 7pm on 9 February at Tesco Stour Park Blandford North Dorset Neighbourhood Inspector Rob Chalkley said â I am appealing to anyone who may have witnessed these incidents or has been approached in this manner to contact police on 101 â I would also urge the public to remain vigilant and always ensure you keep your PIN number hidden when paying for something or using a cash machine â Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101 quoting incident number 55160021549 Alternatively call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply Garden tools stolen Occurrence 55160029321 BURGLARY NON

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  • Village Dance Club Ballroom Dancing
    gentle exercise then dancing is great way to do it If you try out beginner classes you will find them sociable and fun and you might even make some new friends as well We are starting a new class at Pimperne Village hall on Sunday October 3rd 2010 see the News Page Dance music for private functions Unless you travel to the main towns like Bournmouth Southampton etc it is very difficult to find venues where you can enjoy Ballroom and Latin Dancing We have all the equipment and over 3000 tracks of the best dance music available We are dancers ourselves and work very hard to provide dancers with music they will want to dance to Our rates for private parties and dances are very low why not give us a ring to discuss your event While dances we run are mainly for Ballroom and Latin dancers we also provide on the spot teaching of some of the simpler dances thus enabling guests who are non dancers to join in Register for information Would visitors please take the time to register your E Mail address so we can notify you of classes and practice sessions in your area Your details will remain confidential Please visit the news page to find out about forthcoming dances and beginner classes Informal Instruction We are not qualified professional dance teachers but we are both Imperial Gold medallists of long standing We have taught many people to dance and gained many friends in the process over the last 20 years The Dance course This is an evening course that follows a curriculum continuity is important You can try a class before you commit yourself to a complete course so you can decide whether you want to make the commitment for the rest of the

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