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TTNC Evening - 7th March - for your information

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are delighted to announce that the Port of London Authority will be hosting our next annual TTNC Evening on Wednesday 7th March 2018.

This event will be held on board the vessel DIXIE QUEEN, at Butlers Wharf Pier, on the south side of the river next to Tower Bridge, commencing at 18.00 with tea & coffee being served from 17.30. The event will finish by approximately 20.30.

The evening will consist of topics from representatives of the Port of London Authority Harbour Master’s team, as well as guest speakers covering:

  • Overview of events held by a local club (TBC)

  • Special Guest Speaker (TBC)

  • Large scale towing operations on the Thames

  • Bigger ships now visiting the Thames

  • 'Journey of Thames experiences' presentation

  • A Q&A session will follow

There will be information given on the first batch of our 'TTNC River Trips' and how you can book.

We will also have a limited stock of the PLA’s Mariners Guide to Bridges and will be selling at a reduced price of just £5 per copy (usually £10). Please note only cash will be accepted on the evening if you wish to purchase a copy/copies.

To book and confirm you attendance please book in online here - at the bookitbee event page or go to and search 'Port of London Authority' by Monday 26th February 2018; and we very much hope to see you there.

Port of London Authority

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