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Blog Posts: September 2014
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Mon Sep 29, 2014 at 11:30am
How Time Flies!We thought we would have a look back at some of our You tube videos today.  It only seems like yesterday that we took the plunge and decided to start making some “helpful and interesting” videos for our subscribers.As well as our website, blog and other social media platforms like Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook we have found using You Tube to share our experience and knowledge an enjoyable and useful way to connect with our customers.The first video we did was ....
Mon Sep 22, 2014 at 11:41am
A Narrowboat! At the beginning of each academic year the search for new student accommodation starts across the UK. It is recommended to start searching as soon as possible for a place in a shared house or in student halls, as the competition to find the best residences is high.  The obvious housing solutions available to students are; private offcampus housing, halls of residence or private student halls.  But what if none of these solutions are for you? How about buying your own narr....
Mon Sep 15, 2014 at 11:02am
Here is your don't forget list!We love collating a list, so we decided to share the essentials that every boater should have on board. You will save yourself a lot of anguish and maybe even a life if you and your boat are properly equipped!Don’t leave the shore without checking you have these essentials on board for a safe, pleasurable and prepared journey! Folding chairs and table for outdoor use BBQ Hose pipe Watering can Bedding Throws for the sofa Towels Tea towels/dish cloths ....
Tue Sep 2, 2014 at 11:13am
Dates For Your Diary - 6th and 7th September 2014Wow it’s the 20th anniversary of the Shackerstone Family Festival. The festival has been running for the past 19 years in the sleepy Leicestershire village attracting approximately 15,000 visitors and has helped raise over £350,000 for good causes locally and nationally.The Ashby Canal runs through Shackerstone and the village is also home to the heritage steam railway and the Battlefield Line. For one weekend in September the village ....