Inside the April issue of Towpath Talk


Inside the April issue of Towpath Talk, The Canal & River Trust has been working to repair the damage caused by Storm Eunice which caused hundreds of trees to fall across the waterways; we bring you reports from BoatLife Live and the Canal & River Trust open days at Newark; and team members from Whilton and sister marinas are embarking on a sponsored walk to raise money for victims of the war in Ukraine.

Regularly topping 100 pages, Towpath Talk features everything you need to know about boats, marinas, wildlife, conservation, heritage and superb days out.

Whether it’s news, reviews, reports or guides, we’ve got it covered right across the UK’s entire canal network, and there’s a substantial trader section for all your buying and selling needs. Towpath Talk is the best way to find out what’s going on in British waterways today.

This month in Towpath Talk, boat exhibitions return to the NEC; we welcome a new regular column from Geoff Courtney who is looking at the sale of canal memorabilia at auction; and Nicola Lisle continues with her tips on researching your family history.

As usual, Towpath Talk is full of useful contacts, whether you are thinking of buying, hiring or selling a boat, or have one that needs upgrading or repairing. There are ideas for holidays, places to eat, a selection of book reviews, and what’s on! You can read the latest issue online, here.

So it’s worth picking up a copy of Towpath Talk from your nearest chandlery or other stockists… copies are free! Or you can subscribe and pay just the cost of postage to make sure you get your hands on a copy each and every month. That’s just £11.99 for a whole year’s worth of news, chat, letters, tips and even gardening hints and recipes, delivered to your door. What’s not to like?

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