Canal Recipe Cards – This year's Heritage Open Days theme is 'Edible England' and we will be creating downloadable recipe cards, featuring easy traditional and foraged recipes. All of the family can help to gather the ingredients, and make tasty snacks evoking life on the Lancaster Canal. They will be available for download here on 10th September 2021.
Wednesday 15th September (Evening) – Stainton Aqueduct & Hincaster Tunnel Bat Walk – led by Canal & River Trust’s Ecologist, Diane Rollin. After a short talk about bats and how they use the canal habitat, we’ll explore Stainton Aqueduct and Hincaster Tunnel after dark. We will look and listen for these fascinating nocturnal creatures. Bat detectors will be provided. Meeting time and place TBC. Booking via Eventbrite with a link coming soon.
Friday 17th September – Stainton & Hincaster Heritage Walk – led by Canal & River Trust’s Heritage Advisor, Bill Froggatt. We will walk from Millness carpark to Hincaster Tunnel and back, crossing over the newly-restored Stainton Aqueduct on the way. This walk will take approximately 5 hours, and Bill will be on hand to tell visitors all about the history of the northernmost section of the Lancaster Canal. Meeting time TBC. Booking via Eventbrite with a link coming soon