Angel Canal Festival - FREE - ★★★★★ - September 2, 2018


Since the 1980’, this festival has welcomed people to enjoy the canal and appreciate this lovely area of London. There are four zones and each has different activities. It is really useful to get a program and a map to get the most out of the event. Besides enjoying the Morris dancers, Punch and Judy and Heritage walk, there is also the option of a canal ride which is not part of the free activities. There are boat races and free tester kayaking sessions. Interesting craft and public service stalls and some excellent refreshments. A stroll along the canal is always a treat and it is even better on festival day.

Reviewed by J.C.

 Our Score:  ☆☆☆☆☆ 


WHEN, WHERE, GETTING THERE:
September 2, 2018: 11 pm - 5 pm
Regent’s Canal, City Road Basin, Islington
Nearest tube: Angel

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