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March 17, 2023

NSBA Spring Newsletter 2023

January 23, 2023

Minutes of NSBA GPC Meeting 09-01-23

Please see the following document for Minutes of the Norfolk and Suffolk Boating Association General Purposes Committee Meeting held on Monday 9th January 2023 at 6.30 pm.

January 17, 2023

NTM 01 and 02 of 2023 – Dredging on Upper Ant & Sutton Staithe Closures

The Broad Authority have issued two NTMs, NTM 01 and 02 of 2023 regarding dredging work on the Upper River Ant and a temporary closure of Sutton Staithe to facilitate the dredging works.

You can also find copies on our website:

December 20, 2022

NTM 10 of 2022 – Closure of Neatishead Staithe 24hr mooring

Notice is hereby given that Neatishead Staithe 24hr mooring will be closed to navigation for re-piling and refurbishment work from Monday 23 January 2023 until Friday 31 March 2023.

If there is a specific need for access to the mooring please contact Adrian Sewell on 01603 756066.

Thank you for your patience whilst these works are undertaken, and please contact the Broads Authority, Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 1RY Tel (01603) 610734 if additional information is required.

November 20, 2022

NSBA AGM – Monday 21st November, 2022

The Annual General Meeting of the Norfolk and Suffolk Boating Association to be held on Monday 21
November 2022
at 7.30 pm at The Holiday Inn Norwich North, Cromer Road, NR6 6JA


  1. Apologies for absence
  2. Minutes from the Annual General Meeting held on 22 November 2021
  3. Matters arising
  4. Chairman’s Annual Report
  5. Trophies for 2022
  6. Financial Report and Accounts for 2022
  7. Election of Officers and General Purposes Committee
  8. Honoraria for Officers
  9. The Green Book 2023
  10. Regatta Dates and other Fixtures for 2023 season
  11. Other dates for 2023
  12. Flag Officers Event: Fixtures Meeting: Annual General Meeting

For the minutes of last years AGM, please see the Autumn Newsletter: NSBA Autumn Newsletter 2022

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November 3, 2022

NSBA Autumn Newsletter 2022

October 13, 2022

NTM 09 of 2022 – Navigation restriction due to dredging works on Oulton Broad/Oulton Dyke

The Broads Authority have issued NTM 09 of 2022. This is regarding a navigation restriction due to dredging works at Oulton Broad.

Copies of this and other NTMs can also be accessed on the Broads Authority website:

October 1, 2022

Vacancy for Co-opted Members to join Navigation Committee

The Broads Authority is inviting people to apply to be members of its Navigation Committee. New appointments will take effect from April 2023.

Applicants should have a good knowledge of the Broads and its special qualities; the navigation area and current relevant issues; and the varied recreational uses of the Broads.

Applicants should be available to attend a minimum of five meetings a year on weekdays. A modest co-optee allowance and reasonable expenses will be paid.

Appointments are subject to consultation with various bodies as provided by the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads Act 1988.
Please see the documentation below for more information and guidance on how to apply:

For further details contact the Senior Governance Officer by email:

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 12 October 2022

Interview date: Thursday 10 November 2022

September 10, 2022

Death of HM Queen Elizabeth II

On behalf of the individual members of the Norfolk and Suffolk Boating Association and its affiliated clubs and organisations, we express our deepest sorrow at the passing of Her Majesty who served with outstanding devotion to duty throughout her long reign. She was a steadying hand on the tiller and an exemplar to us all. We are truly grateful for her remarkable service. May she rest in peace.  We offer our condolences to the whole Royal Family at this time.

Richard Card, President, NSBA

Ben Falat, Chairman, NSBA

September 5, 2022

Update on Water Plant Cutting

We have received a notification from the Broads Authority that the water plant harvester is returning to the Upper Thurne this week.

For more information on this please visit