Marina Park – without wellies

March 27, 2014

Marina Park
This is the first time that I have been down to the Marina Park for quite some time.
Marina Park
I see on the Marina web site that “Abingdon Marina is the only off river marina with floating pontoons upstream of Reading” and that “we are only 4 days hard cruising from the tidal reaches of the Thames.”
Marina Park
There is a tree down in the park, and the paths are a little slippy. But after much of the winter under water it is now walkable without wellies.

It is one of the locations I usually get pictures of the Head of the River Rowing, which this year is on April 6th. There are 4 divisions with a maximum of 90 boats in each …
Division 1 – 09.30
Division 2 – 11.45
Division 3 – 14.00
Division 4 – 16.15

Filed under: boats

2 Comments Leave a Comment

  • 1. BykerRode  |  March 28, 2014 at 11:19 am

    The Vale contractors are apparently awaiting improved ground conditions before they can remove the tree The footpaths are also on the schedule to be swept.

  • 2. Judith Hewitt  |  March 29, 2014 at 8:58 am

    The tree has been removed. The paths are still really muddy and slippery.

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