More than 40 exhibition stands will illustrate the activities and locations that people can enjoy along the region's canals and rivers – from crafts to sports and leisure activities.
A programme of short talks will be running alongside the exhibition. In the morning there will be more information highlighting how the waterways are managed and used and how to get involved. In the afternoon talks will cover attractions and activities for those people who have yet to discover the enjoyment that the canals and rivers can provide on their doorstep.
In addition, visitors can see fantastic images that have been submitted by photographers from across the North West and North Wales in response to a new photography competition set up by the Trust to capture the diversity of life on the region's waterways. The competition winners will be announced at the event.
Wendy Capelle, waterway manager at the Trust said: "We think people will find the event lively and interesting. It is free and informal so people can drop in during the day and find out about a whole new range of things to do locally on their canal."
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