Narrowboat Moorings

The Caldon canal starts from Stoke-onTrent and finishes at Froghall with a spur to the market town of Leek. The Caldon's Leek branch turns off after some nine miles and as many locks over an aqueduct at Hazelhurst Junction to the Staffordshire textile town some two and a half miles (and no locks) further. The main line meanwhile covers another eight miles and as many locks, swapping it's navigation in and out of the River Churnet through some startling scenery as it makes for its terminus at Froghall from whence it was originally built in 1779 to carry quarried limestone. The moorings are close to Cheddleton.

More about the Caldon Canal.

Springwood Park Farm,  Park Lane, Cheddleton, Staffordshire ST13 7JS    Correspondence address: Taskil Ltd, 9 Dickson Wharf, Wharf Road, Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire  SK23 7FZ

Telephone: 01663 733882   OR   07737274428    Email: enquiries@springwoodparkfarm.co.uk

Facilities available

Jetties: A Jetty beside every boat for easy access.
Water: Points adjacent to jetties.
Electricity: Points to each jetty.
Sewage: Toilet disposal point and public w.c., pump out, rubbish disposal, laundry at Endon (40mins cruising / 5mins drive).
Service Wharf at Stoke-on-Trent
Fuel: Diesel, gas and solid fuels available locally.
Carparking: Unloading bays close to jetties, ample parking.
Security: The farm is not open to the public and is located on the canal off-side, well away from other road access points.

Narrowboat moorings Terms, Conditions and Prices