Electric Meter Re-Programming - Postponed until 5 or 6 February

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POSTPONED until 5th or 6th February
We will be re-programming all the electric meters on our bollards, probably during the first week in February, depending on the weather. This is a necessary procedure to enable us to continue to source suitable replacement meters. A short interruption of electric supply will occur. After re-programming the meters will be re-credited with electric and the black Rolec cards will no longer work. If you have purchased a black Rolec card which you have not yet used you will be able to swap it for a new one at the marina reception anytime after work is completed. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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