This is John
John drives the Angel Boat
Inside, you can make bacon sandwiches in the kitchen
And then get some kip afterwards in one of the 12 bunks.
John took the Creative team for an overnight boating trip down the canal the other week
He picked us up from outside Fruit Towers
Showed us how to do the locks
Gave extra special help to those who needed it
Let us stop off at Camley Street Nature Park for a spot of big top brainstorming and lunch
He even let us have a go at steering until Delia took us through a tunnel and steered us into the wall
Post tunnel gormless glaze
After unlocking, relocking, doing lots of work and waving at tourists along the way, we then got to kip over in bunks and eat leftover chips for breakfast.
It was ace.
You can hire John and The Angel Boat for a day, an evening or an overnight trip and as it’s a charity, all the money goes to taking kids and local community groups on boating holidays.
If you fancy booking a trip yourself or finding out more, have a look right here.
Let me know if you take to the water again and I'll send you one of our guides to help you on your way! (Pearson's Canal Companions)
Posted by: karen tanguy | July 30, 2011 at 02:55 PM
hi please let us know if you ever go on the water again we will look out for you
Posted by: colin hobbs | July 30, 2011 at 05:10 PM