In the July issue of Towpath Talk, we cover recent warnings about swimming in canals as warmer weather arrives, RCR’s post-lockdown maintenance tips on canal and an £8.9m lottery bid for key canal restoration.
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This month Towpath Talk will be bringing you plenty of news about maintaining your boats post-lockdown now that cruising restriction have eased, a bid for £8.9 million to complete the
restoration of the Stroudwater canal has been submitted to the National Lottery Heritage Fund and warning about people swimming in canals as swimming pools remain closed and warmer weather arrives.
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