Applications are invited from enthusiastic pro active persons in the Leisure Boating Industry to join the team at Queenborough Harbour Trust CIC in the role of Harbour Controller. The harbour is a not for profit Community Interest Company which is rapidly developing and expanding. The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day running of the harbour, management of staff and plant equipment, as well as be part of the team developing the harbour. The successful candidate will also need to show evidence of a successful track record in the industry as well as qualifications, expertise and experience in management and marketing similar organizations. In order that there is a smooth transition from the current post holder the Directors wish the successful candidate take up the post as soon as possible before the new year, if at all possible.
Interested persons should apply, for full further details, in writing, including a CV, to the Chairman at the following address by 31st October 2017.
Queenborough Harbour Trust CIC
Harbour Masters Office
Town Quay, South Street
Photo Dan Salter
In the early hours of this morning, a huge blaze has destroyed eight boats, three cabins and a workshop at Iron Wharf, Faversham.
UPDATE: A 30 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of arson.
Read more at Kent Online…
Stay for two nights and receive 50% off your second night’s stay. Offer is valid until 30 June (terms and conditions apply). To book phone 01304 241663 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting code DOVMAR2NIGHTS. Check with the marina before arrival due to ongoing developments.
Queenborough Harbour Trust is through to round two of the Coastal Community Funding programme and has been invited to apply for a government grant to install sixty new moorings.
If successful this would bring the total number of moorings to 180, create new job opportunities and give a boost to local trade.
This weekend the Queenborough Harbour trot boat service will run:
- Sat 28 May: 10am to 9pm
- Sun 29 May: 10am to 9pm
- Mon 30 May: 10am to 6pm
Medway Council has revealed plans to build a marina behind its offices on Gun Wharf, Chatham. The authority owns the freehold of the land, building and some of the river bed which includes part of Waterfront Park, part of the Riverside Pay and Display Car Park and the building known as Riverside 4. The Crown Estate owns the bed of the river, and Medway Council hopes to enter a joint venture to bring the marina to fruition.