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With better weather, hopefully, this weekend — and a decent forecast for today, at least — a reminder that Audlem Lass is cruising the canal between Lock 15 and the Overwater Marina each Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday.

You can click on the link below the photo for the timetable.

Services from the Marina start at 10.00am and run every half hour until 4.30pm. Lock 15 services begin at 10.15am with the last trip to the Marina at 4.45pm.

Audlem Lass raises valuable funds for the lifeboat charity, the RNLI, through passenger donations. Last year, £4,078 was raised — and 4114 passengers carried - in the boat's sailing season from Easter to the end of October.

 

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