The Port and Haven of
A Trust Port Managed by the Sandwich Port and Haven Commissioners under Acts of Parliament
The Port and Haven Commissioners welcome comment from users of the river and those beyond.
The port is not as it once was with a nice wide river with no overgrowth and good flows. There is little we can do about that where the river continues beyond our jurisdiction at Poulders Sluice. A developing problem is the escalating growth of reeds lower down the river than was the case only ten years ago. A consequence of the river mouth growing larger allowing less salt water to enter the river. Perhaps sooner than later we will have to get riparian land owners -
The reeds serve to collect silt, the weight of which causes the bank to collapse interfering with river flow. Pretty they may be but they have no place below the bridge and are foreign to the ‘Site of Special Scientific Interest’ that is the reaches of the river below the Bridge -
That said the SP&HC are keen to promote leisure boating on the river in a safe -
We can be contacted through the Clerk to the Commissioners on Email at
sandwichphc at yahoo.co.uk
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Or you can write to:
Clerk to the Commissioners, Sandwich Port and Haven Commissioners, Fishergate, The Quay, Sandwich, Kent CT13 9EN
Please note this office is not open all the time.
Alternatively contact the Harbour Master Capt. Colin Carr
by VHF radio on Ch 08 or by mobile phone on 07958 376183.
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