Inside the May issue of Towpath Talk the Canal & River Trust is urging people to stay safe by the water this spring as they return to waterside pubs, bars and restaurants following the easing of the Government’s coronavirus restrictions.
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This month in Towpath Talk, the 2021 Crick Boat Show dates have been announced with the prospect that live events this year will now be possible and supporters are being urged to sign Sarah Green’s petition at change.org in respect of two HS2 planning applications currently before the London Borough of Hillingdon.
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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