Crick 2020 tickets now on sale

The 2019 Crick Boat Show Photo: Crick Boat Show The 2019 Crick Boat Show Photo: Crick Boat Show
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Advance tickets are now on sale for the 2020 Crick Boat Show.

The inland waterways event, now in its 21st year, is organised by Waterways World in association with the Canal & River Trust and Crick Marina and is expected to attract more than 26,000 visitors.

“We look forward to welcoming thousands of visitors to Crick for a fantastic day out by the Grand Union Canal Leicester Line in the Northamptonshire countryside, with the chance to discover more about the recreation, health and wellbeing opportunities our waterways offer people today,” said Matthew Symonds, Trust national boating manager.

As well as nearly 300 exhibitors, there will be dozens of boats to view, free boat trips and free advice seminars on boat ownership.

The show takes place from 22 - 25 May.

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