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Thursday, 09 April 2009


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It would help with better signage because I have yet to find out how to get into the place - i end up getting lost in the business part of it going round in circles!

paul sanders

lol well its a nice picture of me holding a umbrella, my first week as the site services officer or as you called me canal ranger (i like that better hehe) anyways im trying my best with the area and i hope this unknown jewel of coventry is given its well deserved injection of life, and with the help of yourself and many narrow boaters i think we could achieve this sooner then later

Martin Clark

I'm afraid whatever it was you embedded in this story would not display on my computer without installing additional plug-ins. I am not going to do that, having experienced problems in the past after installing plug-ins, so I will have to take your word for this being interesting!

Bob and Barbara Hetherington.

Hi Andrew you must be a lucky man last year we went to coventry last year and the basin was over full and we had great dificulty turning Chi-Cheemaun. We then returned to hawksbury to moor up

Iain smithi

macs not compatible ho well sounds good

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