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This is the final reminder for tomorrow's big event at Overwater Marina.

#Jubilee Bridge
The new bridge across the entrance to the Marina will be formally opened.

#Family Fun Day
There will be a whole host of events for all the family. Click on the link below the photo to get a pdf file with the full programme.

#Fire and rescue events


  • RAF helicopter

  • Lifesaving water demonstrations

  • Police Divers

  • Free First Aid and CPR seminars


#And many more....
#Audlem Lass
will be running a normal service during the day.

#Just to make things easier...
We understand that there is now a lovely new tarmac drive into Overwater Marina — no more potholes!

 

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