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Damage and theft to cars and cycles

Following a spate of damage and theft from cars and of cycles at Linden House and the surrounding streets, Members are reminded to take care not to leave items visible in their cars and to increase bicycle security wherever possible.

Although bicycle theft at Linden House is rare, a cycle recently left overnight attached to the railings by a D padlock was recently stolen. Members are advised wherever possible not to leave cycles chained overnight outside the premises. If you cannot ride your cycle away from the premises following a visit, please speak to the Manager or his staff about securing the cycle temporarily in an appropriate space in the boatyard area.

It is also noted that many Members when visiting at night prefer to leave their bicycles chained to the railings between the front car park boundary wall and the flagpole, as the area is better illuminated by street lights. Members are reminded that bicycles must not be attached to the flagpole shrouds at any time as this is known to damage the wires and weaken the supporting structure.

For fire safety reasons bicycles are not permitted to be left inside Linden House.

Trust Management Committee
February 2003

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