I stayed here in a caravan with my family in 1969 when I was just 7 while we looked for houses in the Worcester area. I remember discovering what I thought was a river, all overgrown and secret and wonderful. That was actually part of the then derelict Droitwich canal, now restored to its former glory along the full length from where it joins the River Severn to where it links with the Worcester and Birmingham canal
It was a very muddy day!
Then we drove along back lanes to Droitwich to look at the canal basin there and eat our picnic lunch.
Finally we went up to the junction canal where it joins with the W and B canal. A magnificent flight of very deep locks there!