The Bugsworth Basin Heritage Trust Waterways Walks offer a splendid opportunity to look at Britain’s waterways network. These ambles are very informal and will be enjoyed by anyone with an interest in our waterway heritage.
For further information please contact: Jan & Vern Brown. Phone/text 07443 834997 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|2nd April||Return to the Rochdale Canal |
Walking a section of the Rochdale Canal for the first time since its restoration.
Led by Jan & Vern Brown
|11th June||The Phoenix Arises: The Lapal Canal |
The trust have been making progress since our last visit.
Led by Paul & Kathy Niblett
|6th August||In search of the Runcorn and Latchford Canal |
A pleasant circular ramble along this lost canal on Wigg Island, with views of the Manchester Ship Canal, returning via the Bridgewater Canal.
Led by Beth Knight
24th & 25th September
|The Somerset Coal Canal|
Third time lucky! Having been invited back after 20+ years to see the progress the group have made this has been postponed twice, hopefully we will finally make it down there this time. We hope to include a visit to Claverton Pumping Station on the Kennet and Avon canal.
Led by Derrick Hunt