Coronoravirus Pandemic

The Norfolk Wherry Trust has, like all responsible organisations, followed government advice about the Covid-19 virus throughout 2020. The safety and health of charter and day cruise passengers and the NWT volunteers and visitors is of paramount importance.

The Norfolk Wherry Trust will continue to be pro-active and agile in responding to the national situation regarding the Covid-19 panademic and the counter-measures of social distancing, lock downs and hopefully an effective vaccine and vaccination programme.

Bookings are being taken for Charters in 2021 – NWT are looking forward to be able to welcome new and returning visitors next season.  It is pleasing to be able to report that the organiser of every booked charter and day cruise party scheduled for 2020 has been contacted individually by the Charter Secretary and the majority have re-scheduled their booking.

The events of 2020 have shown voluntary organisations (like individuals, business and industry) have to be flexible often at short notice.

Changes may have to be made to the planned 2021 schedule but the work of the NWT continues undaunted in fulfilling its primary objectives of  promoting Albion and maintaining her as one of the most well known icons of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.

Any changes or additions to the public programme will be advised here on the website in a timely manner.

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