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Sunday, September 11, 2016

Heritage Weekend

We had our Heritage Weekend event this weekend, which Jacky and Jo have been planning for a while now. Saturday was a shame, the drizzle kept most visitors away, but Sunday was much better and we had lots of visitors enjoying our event.


Mike the Chairman of the Trust visiting our stand where I had my rag-rugs and Jo had her crochetwork, her new cards made from her photos and various bits and bobs for sale.



The Samba band were a great success on both days, they thoroughly enjoyed themselves, especially the trip on our Day Boat Saltie II on which they carried on playing, drumming up people along the canal! They enjoyed themselves so much they want to return next year, which is great. Their leaving drums out for the kids to play was a great success, which according to them is very rare.



The Model Boat Club had a great time as usual and it was great to see this model narrowboat out on the water.


Nutfield & Raymond have also said they would like to return next year which is brilliant, they said they had a great time, and because it isn’t a boating event all our visitors were interested in the boats, which is nice to hear and we look forward to welcoming them again next year.


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