We welcome applications from boaters and people interested in canals and the waterways.
We are located by bridge 56 which is between Hatton top lock and Shrewley tunnel. We have moorings for non-residential boaters and we also have members who do not have boats but have an interest in boats and the canal.
Our moorings are competitively priced which is made possible because we run and maintain the club ourselves. Consequently membership comes with some duties and responsibilities as well as many benefits.
Our moorings are linear and along the non-towpath side of the canal. The area is gated and secure. Each member is put on a security rota which means that approximately once every 7 weeks they need to come to the club and check that the site and the boats are safe and secure. You will be allocated one day and on that day you will visit the site to carry out the patrol. The check can be done anytime within the 24 hours that you have been allocated.
We have a clubhouse which is available to all members.
It has a large well equipped kitchen which we use to cater for social events but members are also welcome to use it when they are on site.
Tea and coffee is available and there is a lounge/dining area and toilets in the clubhouse. Each member is put on a rota to clean the clubhouse. This duty comes up approximately every 4 months. You will be allocated a week and you are able to do the cleaning anytime within those 7 days. The cleaning takes about 2 hours.
There is an Elsan point at the clubhouse. Along the moorings there are regular water points and electricity points. The electricity points offer 3 amps which is enough for a battery trickle charge.