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Admiring Towpath Repairs

Bernie Warner - TCCC Committee member admires a towpath repair by TCCC volunteers and explains how club volunteering works to a boat on the visitor moorings

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Banbury Canal Day

TCCC members cruised up to Banbury for the annual Canal Fun Day and members volunteered at the event raising funds for ROSY the club charity. TCCC also supported Theatre in the Dock at Tooleys boatyard throughout the weekend

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Quote on the Boat

It's nice to be important but its more important to be nice

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Oxford Open Doors Event

TCCC Members volunteer to help the local IWA branch during the Oxford Open Doors event by acting as skippers, crews, waterside assistants, lock keepers and helpers for the children’ activities. Pic shows Ken one of our wardens steering a trip boat

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Welcome to Thrupp

TCCC No1 Wardens live on Nb Marilyn Jane and will give you a warm welcome.

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Winter Moorings

Mooring on a snowy winters day at Thrupp

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The Wide at Thrupp

Narrowboats at Thrupp Wide

TCCC

The Thrupp Canal Cruising Club was formed from the ideas of a small number of local boat owners in the early 1980s. It now has over 100 members and manages the moorings in the area on behalf of The Canal & River Trust.

Thrupp

Thrupp is a hamlet on the southern Oxford Canal with origins going right back to the early days of the canal when it was finally extended south from Banbury to its terminus at Oxford.

TCCC Charity

Amount Raised £4408
Every year TCCC vote for a new charity to support. The 2013/14 charity is Rosy
ROSY - Respite nursing for Oxfordshire's Sick Youngsters

Moorings

Club Bookcase

Fishing

As well as managing the boat moorings at Thrupp, the club also controls the fishing rights for the waters under its jurisdiction and issues fishing permits to anglers who wish to fish at Thrupp

TCCC Bookcase

The club's charity bookcase started by accident about 9 years ago when we had a jumble sale to raise some money for the TCCC charity of the day and a pile of books were left near the water point.