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Because the CIBC is a 'virtual' Internet-based club, we are unable to
offer the usual facilities available at most AWCC Clubs, such as moorings.
However, due to our unique nature, we are able to offer all sorts of assistance
to fellow AWCC Club members, which are very different from the norm.
An obvious one is assistance with accessing the Internet and
World-Wide-Web and computer problems in general.
The following is a list of members who have specialist knowledge, or who
are in a position to offer general help and assistance to AWCC affiliates.
Tony & Jenny Brooks, nb
AWCC members with boat problems on the Lower Kennet or Middle Thames who
can not get professional help are welcome to phone on 0118 9874285 and Tony
will help if he is available.
NOTE - Technical questions rather than
breakdown help must come by email via TB-Training Tony@TB-Training.co.uk
Graham Keens, nb
Bourne End, Grand Union South
Graham Keens is happy to help people set up the internet access from their boat. He is willing to assist
people to set up their PCs to take advantage of the Orange PAYG GPRS deal
and give them access to email whilst cruising.
Sarah-May Matthews, nb
Can build simple websites for AWCC members at discounted rates. Free advice on website hosting and html code for people building their own website.
If you are coming up the Wigan flight and need a Huffler (labourer who offers services to help a canal boat through a flight of locks), call to see if I'm in the area and available to help.