Inside the March issue of Towpath Talk, plans for a new aggregate quarry at Stanley Ferry will see the return of freight to a stretch of West Yorkshire canal and the Canal & River Trust is committing a further £190,000 to continue with customer service facility improvements including water points, bin stores and boater waste facilities in 2021/22.
Regularly topping 100 pages, it 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, more than 70 people were found partying on a moored
boat in West London in breach of lockdown measures and the Castlefield area of Manchester has provided a historical set for the hit BBC TV drama Peaky Blinders.
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!
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