Guest Blog by Philip Littlewood
Heading up the Shropshire Union Canal towards Chester is one of the nicest journeys you can make. The views are stunning and the locks are doubles. There
is a small staircase lock at Bunbury, then you are in…
With twice the overall power and three times the life of conventional marine batteries, ODYSSEY® batteries are ideal for starting and for powering the many on-board electronic accessories common in today’s boats and recreational vehicles. What’s more they are designed for…More
We’ve got a great line up with some big names!
7pm `the Boaters Supper` A social/welcome for boaters and enthusiasts- with musical entertainment` provided by STEAMHEAD.
A kaleidoscope of music and fun- sit still if…More
Terror for woman on the canal as she became trapped on her Narrowboat by a crocodile! A woman called for help as she moored in the beautiful secluded surroundings of Bramble Cuttings near Middlewich on the Trent and Mersey Canal……………………………………………
Gorgeous early October morning boating on the Welsh waters with Dan BrownMore
One of our most under utilised narrowboat holiday routes and its a gem!
Caldon Canal to Froghall Basin:
And the same backMore
It wouldn’t be possible to do the Four Counties Ring and not fall in love with it, especially the Shroppie.
We’re on telly tonight John Sergeant on the Trent and Mersey Canal
He came to look at Working boat Dory in our Yard and had a real ale during the folk and boat festival last year…unless we’ve hit the cutting room floor….More
When the canals were being built, some wealthy land owners insisted on particularly impressive bridges before they’d allow the canal to be built on their estates.More