LNBP at Braunston is set to put the smile on everyone’s faces in more ways than one at this weekend’s Crick Boat Show and Waterways Festival.
We will once again be attending the three-day show at Crick Marina on the Northamptonshire/Warwickshire border and offering boat cruises for all show goers, plus face painting for young visitors.
Founded in 1981 and formerly known as the London Narrow Boat Project, LNBP at Braunston is a registered charity providing the opportunity for a wide variety of user groups to enjoy inexpensive canal boating holidays in central England. These groups include schools, colleges, youth groups, clubs, uniformed organisations and associations, groups working with the disabled, the partially sighted and those with special needs, and organisations working with the disadvantaged and unemployed.
LNBP at Braunston have been involved with the Crick Boat Show for a number of years and are once again privileged to have been appointed Charity Partner of the Show by the organisers, Waterways World Magazine.
Young visitors to this weekend’s Crick Boat Show and Waterways Festival – which runs from Saturday to Monday, can look forward to having their faces painted by the charity’s team of volunteers at the LNBP marquee on the marina, whilst from the quayside the team will be running their ever-popular boat trips, providing 30 minute cruises up the Leicester Line of the Grand Union Canal.
Donations in lieu of both face painting and boat trips to continue our work would be gratefully received.
To book your Crick Show boat cruise, get your face painted, and also find out more about the great work of the charity and how to book future group trips, visit the LNBP at Braunston team at their stand at Quayside 50.
Also, show goers are invited to get a closer look at their community boat, Guinevere, which will be moored at F1 adjacent to the trip boats.
If you are unable to make the Crick Boat Show but are interested in finding out more about LNBP at Braunston, please peruse our website for further information on what we do, or telephone 0121 523 0401 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org