Major clean-up of towpath in Radcliffe

A major clean-up of the towpath in Radcliffe on the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal is being carried out by British Waterways and Bury Metropolitan Borough Council. A three-year programme has been agreed with the council to maintain the path between School Street and Coney Green. The 16km canal is the last major waterway in Greater Manchester to be restored. The total cost is estimated at £50 million.

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