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Volunteers to help restore CERVIA…

Following a campaign spearheaded by the Isle of Thanet Gazette newspaper, lots of volunteers have come forward to assist in the restoration of CERVIA. It has been immensley pleasing that so many members of the public feel very strongly that the tug should be properly preserved for the future, and that they are willing to offer their time and skills to the enormous project.

Numbers of volunteers working on board by Monday 17th August have now reached a total of 9 people, all working under the direction of Richard Albanese. The tug is a source of furious activity and, already, very significant visible progress has been made. The next big goal, after the summer visitor season ends in late September, has to be the planned visit to the nearby Ramsgate Slipways, for essential underwater hull surveys and repairs…