When contacting us, please remember that we volunteer our time, mostly in the evenings and at weekends and like to go out boating too, so please be patient when requesting a response . . . . .
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Priory marina

FREE first night visitor berths for GOBA members


• Berths available at £150m/pa incl. VAT (≈£45.75/foot incl. VAT)
• Chandlery
• Workshop
• Brokerage
• Slipway & Cranage
• Diesel & Gas
• Pumpout & Elsan
• Showers & Loos
• Open 7 days a week 9:30 to 5:00

Priory Marina Barkers Lane, Bedford MK41 9DJ 01234 351931
priorymarina@
bwml.co.uk
www.bwml.co.uk

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Contacting GOBA

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Secretary & general enquiries - Alistair Reid, 01480 493582, alistair.reidQ@Qgoba.org.uk

Membership and Treasurer - Mike Mackay,01366 501365, membershipQ@Qgoba.org.uk

Moorings upstream St Ives - Stuart Turvey, 01234 303589, stuart.turveyQ@Qgoba.org.uk

GOBA News advertising - Val Goldsack on 01634 234443, advertisingQ@Qgoba.org.uk

Publicity - Beverley Jenisis, beverley.jenisisQ@Qgoba.org.uk

Bulletin - John Hodgson, john.hodgsonQ@Qgoba.org.uk

River situation - EA at Brampton - 01480 414581, Floodline 0845 9881188 option 1

For general feedback about our website you can use the on-line form here

Or write to:
GOBA, MeadowView
Flegg Green
Wereham
Norfolk
PE33 9BA


Our Rgistered Office is: The Old Police Station, Priory Road, St Ives, Cambridgeshire PE27 5BB (This office does NOT receive mail. Please ONLY use the addresses above or email for correspondence)

We volunteer our time, mostly in the evenings and at weekends and like to go out boating too, so please be patient when requesting a response.

GOBA is registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Acts in the United Kingdom and is run entirely by a dedicated committee of seasoned boaters who volunteer their free time for the benefit of the Great Ouse boating community