On 19 Aug 2009 at 5:18pm tomrea wrote:
the owner of the anchor owns the naughtical ans sporting rights to the river basically he pays like 1000 a month but he owns the river and thew bank
On 19 Aug 2009 at 5:45pm Ed Can Do wrote:
That's nice for him. I'm sure he'll enjoy sporting on his river once he has a bit of free time when all the customers stop visiting his sh1tty pub. £10 says the place is over-insured and suffers a horrible burning down accident in the next six months to be replaced by some houses, he obviously has no interest is running it as a pub.
To whom exactly does he pay this 1,000 a month anyway?
On 19 Aug 2009 at 7:21pm Dave wrote:
I don't believe that for a second tomrea and if you do you're a fool
He can't own the river and he certainly does not own the bank opposite. That is owned by Crispin Tebbutt who is paid by some body or other to allow access to it.
tomrea You are the W****r from the Anchor and I claim my £5
On 19 Aug 2009 at 11:33pm Seedy wrote:
The W***** from the Anchor!!! Ha ha ha....
Funny, he's told others that he bought the navigation rights outright for £50k. The rights to navigation don't exist to sell though (the EA have confirmed this). The fishing rights for the river belong to the bank owners (Sutton Hall Estate and Boathouse Farm I think, the Anchor has about 30 yards, i.e the length of the pub property, and ON ONE SIDE only).
It's also unlikely a pub that has flooded so many times could be insurable for anything approaching affordable.
On 20 Aug 2009 at 8:36am Rebel wrote:
How about we arrange a mass picnic opposite his pub and then a mass swim up river?
On 20 Aug 2009 at 1:05pm Ed Can Do wrote:
I was speaking to Nick from Viva about doing just that a few weeks back. Dave from the Lansdown said he'd run a bar if there enough people interested. I think it's a brilliant idea personally and I do always enjoy a good picnic.
On 20 Aug 2009 at 9:11pm Hotlips wrote:
In response to Tamrea i am certain this is you Mr W****r from the Anchor as no one else would write anything soooooo ridiculous!!!!! And Rebel...BRING IT ON i have thought of doing the same,aswell as a swim how about anybody with Kayaks bring them on down aswell.Bring along a tent aswell and make a night of it,aswell as Dave doing the bar i know a top notch D.J....Lets do it.....
On 21 Aug 2009 at 3:27pm harold wrote:
Just a note, as this part of the river is non tidal, then you have no rights to use the water in anyway, this is how i believe it works anyway :|
On 21 Aug 2009 at 4:44pm Mystic Mog wrote:
According to the EA you need the owners permission to use it. Therefore one would need the Tebbutt's permission and use the East side as one passes the Anchor.
On 21 Aug 2009 at 5:25pm sashimi wrote:
OK Rebel, when's the picnic? I've always fancied a date with Hotlips, so if she'd just confirm she's going to be there, you can count me in too. I like the idea of bedding down. Do I have to bring my own tent?
On 21 Aug 2009 at 8:35pm Hotlips wrote:
Well Sashimi what can i say i will deff be there if it goes ahead,i carnt wait it will/could be such a laugh.......so Rebel get organising
On 23 Aug 2009 at 10:12am RiverBoy wrote:
Could make a weekend of it. Boathouse Farm rent out the field next to the Ouse for camping. Might even consider having a big barby and charging for the food. It's gotta be better than the Anchor's unhygenic and fatty offerings. ;-)
BTW. If canoing on the non-tidal English rivers needs the land owners permission doesn't that mean that Ouse bank-owners could stop the Anchor running their boats up the river if they wanted to?
On 25 Aug 2009 at 2:24am Smiler wrote:
I read lots of talk how about some action?
Shall we say this Saturday afternoon/evening then?
Bring tents, barbecues, sausages, canoes, rubber dinghies, swimming trunks but most of all your rights.
I'll talk to Crispin Tebbutt at Boathouse Farm about camping if there's enough of a posse.
What say you shipmates?
On 9 Sep 2009 at 12:10pm BRIXTONBELLE wrote:
Did it happen ? I do hope so.