Leader: Ian Doughty
Water has been a major factor in the development of Congleton, both as a means of transport and as an industrial resource for the tanning and textile trades. The provision of drinking water and an effective sewage disposal system was still a matter of concern for the town as late as the 1960s.
Meet at the museum at 2pm, no need to book in advance, simply turn up on the day. Walks include a booklet containing images relevant to the walk.
Complimentary cream tea after the walk with each adult ticket is included. A sweet snack and cordial is available for children. Please let us know at least 24 hours in advance if you have any dietary requirements.