Inside the August issue of Towpath Talk, one of the inland waterways’ annual highlights, Crick Boat Show has moved to the weekend of August 20-22 from its usual dates in May and visitors can again vote for their favourite boat in the show, which is a popular tradition.
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This month in Towpath Talk, the West Northamptonshire village of Crick has been host to the annual boat show since 2000 but the event was cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and the Canal & River Trust will welcome visitors to its marquee offering information, advice and comfy sofas so you can take a break.
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