The effects of fly tipping along the canals

The effects of fly tipping along the canals

Cruising along the canals in a narrowboat is a peaceful experience. Watching the countryside drifting past at gentle pace, the noise of the lapping of water against the boat and the cheery wave at fellow boaters and those on dry land as you cruise along.

However, an increase in fly-tipping along the canals is ruining this experience for many, as well as damaging Britain’s much-loved canals and waterways and their surrounding landscapes. It is becoming a frequent recurrence and this kind of destructive behaviour is starting to have adverse effects on our country’s canals.

Toxic waste

The waterways are inundated with harmful corrosive chemicals as a result of the rubbish that is being dumped in them. Most of what is fly-tipped leaches out and releases toxins into the water. This is harmful for animals that use the canals and causes the water to be damaging and unclean. Potential chemicals in the rubbish can also contaminate the banks of the waterways.

Harmful to the wildlife

An influx of rubbish in the water is dangerous for the animals that live there. It can trap wildlife and be accidentally ingested by birds, mammals and fish. Most of the rubbish that people dump will take years to biodegrade, causing fly-tipping to have a long-lasting effect on the natural environment and its inhabitants.

Ruining the landscape

Britain’s waterways have been heralded as areas of natural beauty and a place to escape the buzz of everyday life. Fly-tipping is returning the canal network to its industrial past, transforming it into an area of unsightly rubbish and waste. Boaters can no longer chug along the canals with an unspoiled view. This is turning back the clock on all the hard work done by organisations and trusts to keep our canals tidy.

Canal Etiquette

Canal Etiquette

Whether you are considering leaving dry ground to live on a narrowboat, or are planning a relaxing holiday on the water, there are a few things to consider. They are not necessarily rules that you must abide by, but etiquette that will benefit yourself and others on the canals.

Once you know the basics, you will have a better experience of Britain’s beautiful canal system and enjoy your day, week or however long you choose to live on the water!

 

Speed

The canal is a calm environment, best enjoyed at a gentle pace. The speed limit is 4mph, so you should not be travelling faster than anyone walking alongside the canal! If you have chosen to be on a narrowboat, you are obviously looking for a relaxing time, so there is no need to try to travel any faster. Just enjoy the scenery as you move along. And it is courteous to reduce your speed as you pass other boats. You don’t want any bumps!

 

Locks

Most locks can fit two boats side by side, unless you are on a narrow canal. Because of the time and amount of water is takes to pass through a lock, it is good etiquette to check if there is another boat that can share the lock at the same time. It is surely also common sense that if another boat approaches the lock as you are leaving it, don’t shut the gate in its face!

 

Mooring

When it comes to mooring, again it’s just down to common sense. It sounds obvious, but don’t tie your ropes to fences on the other side of the towpath or you’ll trip people up! Always use the mooring pins that are provided with the boat, even if you are just stopping for a short while. The best places to moor the boat are marinas, as they are set up for that very purpose and are well equipped for all your needs. Just check the marinas rules, as they all differ slightly, and you and everyone will remain happy on the canals!

Dos and don’ts for summer boating safety with children

Dos and don’ts for summer boating safety with children

If your ideal summer holiday is messing about on a canal boat, then you’ll love taking a narrowboat holiday! It’s the ideal way to escape the daily grind but it’s not without its hazards.  Following a few simple dos and don’ts for summer boating safety, and it will help you enjoy a wonderful family holiday, accident free.

Don’t make a mess

One of the biggest causes of falls on a narrowboat is tripping over untidy ropes so make sure you keep them neatly coiled up.  Assign each child to an area of the boat – it’s a great way to learn all the terminology! – and see who can get their area of the deck shipshape fastest.  Encourage them to stow toys, games and clothing when not in use for a tidy boat is a huge part of boating safety.

Do wear a lifejacket

Even if your kids are strong swimmers and love being in the water, they should wear a lifejacket at all times when moving around the deck.  Dress sensibly with practical footwear when you’re onboard and take care moving around especially if the deck is slippery.  Obviously, you can use your judgement with older and more responsible teenagers, but younger kids should be encouraged to keep a lifejacket on whenever they’re on the boat.

Don’t take risks

Narrowboats might seem like a lazy way to get around, but they’re not without their dangers – especially when navigating locks. The best way to keep everyone safe on your narrowboat is to learn how your boat works and give everyone their own jobs to do.  If everyone on board knows what they are supposed to be doing when approaching locks, it will keep everyone engaged with the navigation of the boat and help you sail through without errors, which is especially important on busier parts of the canal system.  Plenty of stopovers and excursions can also help to stop younger kids from getting bored which can lead to risky behaviour.

Do know what to do in an emergency

Everyone on board should be drilled in what to do in an emergency including knowing the location of the first aid box, lifeline and lifebelt. Even very young children can be taught how to dial 999, while older children should know how to take charge of the boat and stop the propeller if the skipper falls overboard. Create a simple safety drill that you can practice as a game with younger children and you’ll stay safe on board for the duration of your narrowboat holiday!

 

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now

Easter Holidays At Trinity Marinas in Leicestershire

Easter Holidays At Trinity Marinas in Leicestershire

It is the Easter Holidays and so our attentions turn to holiday making!  If you would like to visit the marina and spend part of your Easter Holidays at Trinity Marina, then take a look at our Chandlery and Marina offices opening hours. 

Easter weekend opening hours:

  • Good Friday 9am – 4pm
  • Sat 10am – 4pm
  • Easter Sunday – Closed
  • Easter Monday – Closed

Whatever you get up to, we hope that you have a lovely Easter everyone!

#TeamTrinity x

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now

#10 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#10 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top 10 great things to do this year in our wonderful county with our visit Leicestershire bucket list.  This is the ninth in our instalment of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire, to inspire you to spend a canal boat holiday in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo?  Spend a memorable day out with a trip on a steam train along the Battlefield Line If you enjoy historical sites, then visit Bosworth Battlefield, and take in a bit of cultural learning at the King Richard III Visitor Centre.

For a quieter day out with the family, we suggested a trip to the New Walk Museum in Leicester.  And in our last two updates, for a much noisier day out, we suggested either a family friendly trip to Twin Lakes, or a trip to Mallory Park Motor Circuit.  Last week we suggested you visit Tropical Birdland, and this week’s suggestion is to visit the amazing National Space Centre!

#10 of 10 great things to do when you visit Leicestershire

Number 9 on our list is: The National Space Centre

You will have an out of this world day out at the National Space Centre. We can’t recommend it highly enough!  With six interactive galleries, the UK’s largest planetarium, unique 3D Simulator Experience and the iconic 42m high Rocket Tower, the award-winning National Space Centre is an out of this world experience.

To find out more about the National Space Centre, the events they have happening daily (and in all weathers!) and admission prices, visit their website here.

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now

#9 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#9 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top 10 great things to do this year in our wonderful county with our visit Leicestershire bucket list.  This is the ninth in our instalment of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire, to inspire you to spend a canal boat holiday in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo?  Spend a memorable day out with a trip on a steam train along the Battlefield Line If you enjoy historical sites, then visit Bosworth Battlefield, and take in a bit of cultural learning at the King Richard III Visitor Centre.

For a quieter day out with the family, we suggested a trip to the New Walk Museum in Leicester.  And in our last two updates, for a much noisier day out, we suggested either a family friendly trip to Twin Lakes, or a trip to Mallory Park Motor Circuit.  This week’s suggestion is a little more sedate!

#9 of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire

Number 9 on our list is: A visit to Tropical Birdland in Desford

Whether you have young children or not, Tropical Birdland in Desford is a fantastic day out. It gives you the opportunity to get up close and personal with Parrots and Cockatoos and claims to be rated number 2 on the list of things to do when you visit Leicestershire. So you had better check it out!

Nestled on the northern outskirts of Desford village in Leicestershire, Tropical Birdland is a 6.5-acre sanctuary for Parrots and exotic birds.

For more information about visiting Tropical Birdland and admission prices, view the website here

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now

#8 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#8 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top 10 great things to do this year in our wonderful county with our Leicestershire bucket list.  This is the eighth in our instalment of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire, to inspire you to spend a canal boat holiday in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo?  Spend a memorable day out with a trip on a steam train along the Battlefield Line If you enjoy historical sites, then visit Bosworth Battlefield, and take in a bit of cultural learning at the King Richard III Visitor Centre.

For a quieter day out with the family, we suggested a trip to the New Walk Museum in Leicester.  And in our last update, for a much noisier day out, we suggested a trip to Mallory Park Motor Circuit.  This week’s suggestion is just as noisy and energetic!

#8 of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire

Number 8 on our list is: A visit to Twin Lakes

A little further out is Leicester’s very own theme park Twin Lakes.  Twin Lakes is situated near Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire and promises to be an ‘All action! All Weather! Theme Park!’ which sets the tone for a fun filled energetic day out!   There’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained for a full day out with so much to do that you wouldn’t be able to pack it all into one day!

Twin Lakes is an all weather destination, which is perfect for the more inclement weathers we get in the UK from time to time. There’s just as much to do indoors as there is outdoors, and the venue is constantly improving the park and adding new rides and attractions so there is something new to discover on each return trip.

This is an absolute must do on a Leicestershire bucket list for families of all ages. For more information visit their website here. https://www.twinlakespark.co.uk/

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now

How to sell your narrowboat quickly with Trinity Marinas on the Ashby Canal

How to sell your narrowboat quickly with Trinity Marinas on the Ashby Canal

How to sell your narrowboat quickly

At Trinity Marinas we are based in Hinckley on the Ashby Canal and so offer the perfect venue for attracting buyers if you are wondering how to sell your narrowboat quickly.

When selling a narrowboat you have two options. You can sell privately or you can sell via a narrowboat brokerage such as the one we run at the Marina.

How to sell your narrowboat via a brokerage

At Trinity Marinas we live and breathe narrowboating and life on the canals! Choosing to sell your boat through us is by far the most hassle free option you can take.

Selling your boat via a brokerage removes the need for you to be on the end of a phone to answer sales enquiries; the brokerage will take this over for you. It also frees you up of the responsibility of meeting prospective buyers. At Trinity Marinas, we will moor your narrow boat at our marina in Hinckley where it can attract the attention of passing prospective buyers and we can also make appointments to suit buyers, that might not always suit your own diary. Being on the Ashby Canal system, we see thousands of passers by, especially in peak season. So you can be assured that where there is a quality sales lead, we will grab it!

Our experience in selling boats is also an advantage. We are always keen to get the very best price that we can for you. We have a proven sales record, and have even sold narrowboats after just a couple of hours moored on the Marina!

Selling your narrowboat privately

Of course you can also choose to sell your narrowboat privately. This might seem the best option to you as narrowboat brokerages will charge you a commission much like an estate agent will do when they market your house.

The commission will start to prove itself cost effective once you are faced with paying for marketing your boat for yourself. You will have to pay for advertising, either in narrowboat magazines or on digital websites dedicated to this kind of selling.

There are a number of intangible benefits of choosing to sell via a brokerage too such as the effect of passing trade that mooring your boat on a marina can have when selling your boat. This won’t mean necessarily that you won’t be able to sell your boat, but it could take you quite some time.

Talk to Trinity Marinas about selling your narrowboat

Trinity Marinas is a premier inland narrowboat sales & brokerage and canal boat marina. Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.

To arrange a free consultation or for further information please telephone us on 01455 896820 or complete the online-form.

#7 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#7 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top 10 great things to do in Leicestershire in 2018.  This is the seventh in our instalment of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire, to inspire you to spend a canal boat holiday in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo?  Spend memorable day out with a trip on a steam train along the Battlefield Line If you enjoy historical sites, then visit Bosworth Battlefield, and take in a bit of cultural learning at the King Richard III Visitor Centre. Or for a quieter day out with the family, we suggested a trip to the New Walk Museum in Leicester.

#7 of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire

Number 7 on our list is: Visit Mallory Park for motorsports

If you like speed then look no further than the iconic Mallory Park Circuit, a motor sport venue in the heart of the countryside in Leicestershire.  From car track days to motorcycling, and cycling to triathlon, Mallory Park has it all.  Situated around a lake it boasts a lovely location which makes it a great place to be, even if you aren’t a confirmed petrol-head. Whether you are wanting to try out for your own motorsport license or watch the experts make it look easy, at Mallory Park you will find there is always plenty to do.

So if you are looking for great things to do in Leicestershire in 2018, pay Mallory Park a visit. Find out more about the events calendar and the activities on offer on the Mallory Park website here: https://www.malloryparkcircuit.com/

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now.

#6 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#6 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top 10 great things to do when you visit Leicestershire in 2018.  This is the sixth in our instalment of 10 things to do in Leicestershire, to inspire you to spend a canal boat holiday in the Midlands.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo?  Spend memorable day out with a trip on a steam train along the Battlefield Line If you enjoy historical sites, then visit Bosworth Battlefield, and take in a bit of cultural learning at the King Richard III Visitor Centre.

#6 of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire

Number 6 on our list is: New Walk Museum and Art Gallery.

If you’ve not seen the dinosaurs of The New Walk Museum yet then add it to your bucket list!  New Walk Museum and Art Gallery originated in 1849 when the Literary and Philosophical Society formally presented to the town its various collections, which have grown and developed over the last 160 years into one of the premier museums in the region.

So if you plan to visit Leicestershire in 2018, make sure to add a trip to New Walk Museum and Art Gallery to your itinerary.  More information can be found here on their website: https://www.leicester.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/museums-and-galleries/museums-and-historic-venues/new-walk-museum-and-art-gallery/

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now.

#5 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#5 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top 10 great things to do when you visit Leicestershire this year.  This is the fifth in our instalment of 10 things to do in Leicestershire, to inspire you to spend a canal boat break away in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John; we suggested also that you visit Bosworth Battlefield, or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo? Spend memorable day out with a trip on a steam train along the Battlefield Line

#5 of 10 great things to when you visit Leicestershire

Number 5 on our list is: King Richard III Visitor Centre

You’ve visited Bosworth Battlefield and ridden the Battlefield Line, so now its time to visit Leicestershire’s burial site of King Richard III.

In 1485 King Richard was killed at the Battle of Bosworth. The Grey Friars buried him in their Church. The remains of the church were found underneath a council car park at Greyfriars.  The story is fascinating and the visitor centre well worth the trip.  Located right in the center of Leicester my recommendation would be to park on Highcross and walk up to Greyfriars.

If you’re going by Canal you can moor at Castle Gardens – and what better way to do your visit Leicestershire sight seeing than by canal boat?   You can walk through the gardens and the centre is about 5 minutes from the moorings.  For more information on their website, take a look here

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now.

#4 of 10 great things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#4 of 10 great things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top 10 great things to do in Leicestershire this year. This is the fourth in our instalment of 10 things to do in and around Leicestershire in the heart of the Midlands, to inspire you to spend a canal boat break away in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John; we suggested also that you visit Bosworth Battlefield, or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo?

#4 of 10 great things to do in Leicestershire

Number 4 on our list is:  Take a steam train along the Battlefield Line

If you’ve not been already, then we say that this is an absolute must for your bucket list and is a great things to do in Leicestershire!

The train line goes from Shackerstone to Shenton going through Market Bosworth, and you take your trip aboard a vintage steam train taking a step back in time to when things were simpler.  The stations are quaint and picturesque and have lots to see and do, including Richard Goldings’ glass making studio. You can often see Richard working here too!  (Shenton Station). Trains run from March to November and if you want to you can try out the controls of the Engine in Footplate Experience!

There are many great things to do in Leicestershire, and this is perfect for happy memory making on your holiday, so make sure to add it to your holiday itinerary!  For more details visit the Battlefield Line website here.

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now.

#3 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#3 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top ten things to do in and around Leicestershire this year. This is the third in our instalment of 10 things to do in Leicestershire, to inspire you to spend a canal boat break away in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John; or perhaps you would like to check out Twycross Zoo?

#3 of 10 things to do in Leicestershire

Number 3 on our list is: Bosworth Battlefield!

Set in the heart of England near Sutton Cheney, a picturesque village in gentle rolling countryside, this location is one of the best days out in Leicestershire.  Everyone has heard of the ‘Battle of Bosworth’, and if you haven’t or your memory of the history of this great battle is a little blurry, then you should definitely make time to take a trip to this location.

The Battle of Bosworth took place on Monday 22 August in 1485.   It is where Richard III went into battle against Henry Tudor, losing both the crown and his life and marking a turning point in English history.   This venue is not just a field however…  In addition to the heritage centre and shop, the Battlefield boasts some great activities that go on all year around.   Great for children and adults but steeped in history this isn’t a place you would want to miss off your bucket list!

 

Find out more on the Bosworth Battlefield website:  http://www.bosworthbattlefield.org.uk/

 

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now.

 

#2 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#2 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

We’ve picked our top ten things to do in Leicestershire and the surrounding areas this year. This is the second in our instalment of 10 things to do, to inspire you to spend a break away in the Midlands this year.  Take a look at our first recommendation to take a walk up Old John.

#2 of 10 things to do in Leicestershire

Number 2 on our list is: Twycross Zoo!

Have you been to Twycross and seen the monkeys? If you’re moored with Trinity Marinas then you are only a 20 minute drive away from the wide range of primates based there which makes a fabulous day out for young and old alike.  Twycross houses around 500 animals including many endangered species and is open 364 days of the year, so you will never be turned away at locked gates (unless you turn up on Christmas Day of course!).  Go and visit the Amur Leopard (the world’s rarest cat), find out more about individual species in the daily talks at the zoo, and go and see my own favourites – the Meerkats!

Almost everyone has heard of Twycross Zoo, and many would agree that this has a firm place in a top ten things to do in Leicestershire list.  So join the crowds and see what all the fuss is about! Get directions to the Zoo here, and details of admission prices and any special events: https://twycrosszoo.org/visit-us/find-us/ 

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now.

 

#1 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

#1 of 10 things to do you should wipe off your bucket list!

Well here we are into the New Year, and most of us are thinking about our summer holiday.  Or maybe we are ruminating on our New Year’s resolutions!  What about all those things you’ve always wanted to do but not got around to yet?  We’ve picked our top ten things to do in and around Leicestershire this year. This is the first in our instalment of 10 things to do, to inspire you to spend a break away in the Midlands this year.

#1 of 10 things to do in Leicestershire

Number 1 on our list is: Walk up to Old John. 

We suggest that you walk up Old John to Old John Tower, one of Leicestershire’s most famous landmarks. Old John is the name of the highest hill in Leicestershire on the edge of the Charnwood Forest and on top is an old folly – Old John Tower!

Situated in Bradgate Park it’s only a 20-30 min drive from Trinity Marinas so makes a perfect day trip from the marina if you are staying on the Ashby Canal for a few nights.

The hill on which Old John stands has the most amazing views of Leicestershire and is well worth the walk. It is 690 ft above sea level and is Leicestershire’s 2nd highest point.  The highest point in Leicestershire is Bardon Hill, which is an old volcano. As you wander through the park you’ll see lots of wildlife including the parks deer population.  A day out here makes a perfect picnicking spot for the whole family to enjoy.

Read more about this location on the Old John page on the Bradgate Park website: http://www.bradgatepark.org/about-us/old-john/

Trinity Marina boasts over 40 miles of lock free canals for you to explore all year round. Based in close proximity to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways you are in a great location if you’re moored here. Trinity Marinas host 140 berths on high quality pontoons suitable for boat length from 40ft up to 70ft.  Enquire about canal boat moorings now.

 

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