Enchanted Water


This weekend, I’m taking part in Enchanted Water, along with new canal poet laureate Nancy Campbell and local poet Leanne Moden. On Nottingham Light Night (Friday 23 Feb) and over the weekend, visitors will be able to join us on a narrowboat to hear stories and poems inspired by canals and rivers, and enjoy a short ride along a stretch of the Nottingham canal.  The session will also be a chance to think about the heritage of the canal, its present use and what the future holds.

Nancy and Leanne are reading on Friday evening and on Saturday Nancy is also reading at 11am & 12noon. I’m doing Saturday 11.30am & 12.30pm and Sunday 11am/11.45am/12.30pm. The sessions will last about 30mins, starting from Nottingham Canal Basin by the Magistrates Court off Carrington Street. Friday should be really exciting, as Enchanted Water aims to transform the look and feel of the canal, using art installations, light and water. Tickets for all events must be booked in advance.

Enchanted Water is a collaboration between Nottingham City Council, Nottingham Trent University, Beeston Canalside Heritage Centre and Canal & River Trust.

Enchanted Water


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