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post #211 of 218 (permalink) Old 21-07-2015, 17:25
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Its official it has been posted on the Club site.
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Peedee is right I have just read this on the CC website, great news for all that worked so hard to keep it.

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I've just had a e mail from Brian Morgan saying that there will shortly be a posting on the CC site to say they are delighted to have signed a new lease from September 2015 for three years for Baltic Wharf!

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that's excellent news!


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Nice to hear that the CC still have it, still never been able to get a booking there though, still it proves it is popular.

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Still begs the question whether they would have achieved the same result had they joined the protest as some wanted? Quiet diplomacy often pays dividends albeit only for another three years. All sorts of things can happen at both the Club and the Council in that time.


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Surely it begs the question what would have happened if there had been no protest. It would be interesting to know why the council "U-Turned".
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Is anyone going to say well done to the Caravan Club for navigating through difficult waters to reach a reasonable solution?

I've been in a similar situation on two occasions regarding the closure of offices. It's not easy balancing the needs of all stakeholders and playing your cards right - with the Ace always being those who can legitimately operate outside the discussions, such as 'protest groups'.

The Caravan Club gets my thanks for a job well done.
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Brock. Referring to my earlier post about the e mail to me from Brian Morgan. I did thank him for taking the trouble to e mail me personally and thanked him and the people who had been in the negotiations for the site.

I do think that all to often we can complain but I believe it is very important to recognise and thank people for their efforts, help ore advice.

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