Adventure Club Day Friday 19th February 10.30 to 3.30 pm
Bring a packed lunch. Come along in your old clothes to help make bug hotels, bird boxes and herb boxes to put around Hawne Basin as part of our entry into the Halesowen in Bloom Competition.
There will be other exciting things to do too! As you will be helping us the day is FREE
Please let Gill know on 07968501212 if you are able to come ( bring a friend ) or complete the list in the Cabin.
by popular request
Come for lunch and make a day of it!
The aim of this website is to promote the Dudley No.2 canal, a part of the network of canals forming the Birmingham Canal Navigations (BCN), to inform visitors of the boatyard facilities available to use at Hawne Basin and to provide a communication channel for our members.
Hawne Basin was most recently an interchange basin for the Great Western Railway and used for the transhipment of tubes from the Coombeswood works of Stewarts & Lloyds/BSC until the railway closed in 1967. The basin is located at the current end of navigation of the Dudley No 2 Canal, Birmingham Canal Navigations (BCN).
Work Parties down the arm on the following Sundays:
Meet at the Cabin 09:30
Safety footwear please. Hats, gloves, hot drinks and biscuits provided
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Coombeswood Canal Company
This is the trading arm of the Trust and is wholly owned by the Trust. It's main activity is to provide boatyard facilities and run the shop where you can purchase a small range of chandlery for all your boating essentials such as cheap diesel, Calor gas, smokeless coal.Back to top
'Guide to the Dudley Number 2 Canal: Windmill End to Hawne Basin'
Read/download the 'Guide to the Dudley Number 2 Canal: Windmill End to Hawne Basin', written by Ivor Chambers.
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