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This month in Towpath Talk, a mysterious wildcat has been spotted alongside the Manchester Ship Canal in Warrington, following sightings across Cheshire and North Wales and planning permission has been granted for Stoke Wharf – a new development alongside the Grand Union Canal in Slough – following public consultations.
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