Introduction

Topsham Moorings

Problems with moorings.

It has come to the attention of the Committee that a number of moorings are not fit for purpose.  The Moorings Working Group have been out on the river and registered mooring owners will be notified with any works necessary to bring the moorings up to standard or to ensure that the mooring is in the registered position.

Changes to vessels or requests for transfer of registered owners.

Any proposed changes to vessels or owners must have the written approval of the Committee before proceeding.  Forms for this are available on the Forms page.

Ensure that your 4 digit mooring number is clearly visible, even in the winter time.

If you are not using your mooring please advise so that it can be utilised by another on the waiting list.

 Do inform the Committee if you see anything mooring related that needs their attention.
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The Topsham Mooring Owners Association is a non-profit making organisation whose Membership comprises paid up owners of Registered Moorings in the areas covered by the Lease.

The Lease of the Association is held by four Trustees of the Association who are appointed in accordance with Clause 7(a) of the Constitution.  The Committee of the Association shall be elected in accordance with Clauses 4(a) and 4(b) of the Constitution.

Only Registered Moorings are to be laid.

History

The Topsham Mooring Management Committee was set up by Public Meeting in October 1988.  Topsham Mooring Owners Association was constituted and the Constitution approved in December 1995 following the granting of a Regulation Lease for the foreshore and bed of the River Exe at Topsham to the Trustees of its predecessor, the Topsham Mooring Management Committee, by the Crown Estates Commissioners who own the bed of this part of the Exe Estuary.