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There is a busy market every Thursday morning in Hay on Wye, which includes a popular cheese stall, good fish and game van and a stall selling a variety of French bread and pastries which tends to sell out quickly.Kington has a small WI market every Friday from 10.00-11.00 in the Baptist church hall, where people sell their own fresh local produce. Ludlow has an annual food festival every September, showcasing the best produce from Herefordshire, Shropshire and the Borders.Explore the selection of cities accessible by boat. Navigate the deepest lock flight, the Bingley Five Rise, the impressive Burnley Embankment and take a breather at Greenberfield with picturesque views of rolling fields, before you descend through stone cobbled villages.At either end of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, are the two cities, Liverpool to the West and Leeds to the East.These waterways are packed with industrial history, modern day commerce and agricultural land, passing through cobbled towns and villages.All three have their own character and all offer magnificent views.With the recently constructed Canal Link the canal now travels further into the heart of Liverpool and the historic Albert Dock (passage has to be prebooked). Another canal navigating the rolling Pennine hills with plenty of locks and endless scenic views.

1 - The Tram Inn, Eardisley In our experience you cannot beat The Tram Inn, Eardisley for excellent pub grub, excellent value and a varied menu with locally sourced produce. Good walkers food - hearty beef pies, rump steak etc well cooked in cheerful, friendly surroundings but a bit pricey for what it is.

This waterway originally linked Preston to Kendal (not currently navigable beyond Tewitfield - under restoration) and comprises 41 miles of navigable lock free contour built canal.

On offer are scenic Lancashire countryside views, closely following the coastline in places and an opportunity to explore Morecombe Bay as well as Lancaster City centre.

Take a boating holiday along the Trent & Mersey Canal and explore the history of the potteries at Stoke on Trent and thesalt works around Middlewich.

Take your hire boat for a cruise onto the River Weaver via the Anderton Boat Lift, marvelling at this unique feat of Victorian engineering.

1 - The Tram Inn, Eardisley In our experience you cannot beat The Tram Inn, Eardisley for excellent pub grub, excellent value and a varied menu with locally sourced produce. Good walkers food - hearty beef pies, rump steak etc well cooked in cheerful, friendly surroundings but a bit pricey for what it is.

This waterway originally linked Preston to Kendal (not currently navigable beyond Tewitfield - under restoration) and comprises 41 miles of navigable lock free contour built canal.

On offer are scenic Lancashire countryside views, closely following the coastline in places and an opportunity to explore Morecombe Bay as well as Lancaster City centre.

Take a boating holiday along the Trent & Mersey Canal and explore the history of the potteries at Stoke on Trent and thesalt works around Middlewich.

Take your hire boat for a cruise onto the River Weaver via the Anderton Boat Lift, marvelling at this unique feat of Victorian engineering.

Pass by cobbled streets, stone churches and interesting old towns including Hebden Bridge and Todmorden village, home to a rich heritage of Victorian architecture, situated in the midst of three valleys, an ideal opportunity for a scenic walk where you can spot a variety of birds and wildlife. Cruising through rural scenery with the Peak District Forest to the east of the waterway, the Macclesfield Canal offers holiday hirers a tranquil boating break and is also part of the Cheshire Ring.