Tamar Rowing Club fears it will not be able to operate if the Tamar river is not fixed

Brinley Duggan
Updated December 27 2020 - 5:27pm, first published December 26 2020 - 8:30am
MENACING MUD: The Tamar Rowing Club pontoon, pictured, becomes beached at low tide. Picture: Paul Scambler
MENACING MUD: The Tamar Rowing Club pontoon, pictured, becomes beached at low tide. Picture: Paul Scambler

The 144-year-old Tamar Rowing Club fears it will not be able to continue to operate in its current capacity if kanamaluka/ Tamar Estuary remains in the state it is currently in.

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Brinley Duggan

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