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The Bratch is the perfect spot for a family afternoon of exploring canalside history and local wildlife. Take a walk along the towpath and admire the historic bridge and pumping station, or spot the locks, originally built as a staircase! Follow the...more
Bratch Locks | Wombourne, Wolverhampton WV5 8DW, England
When we visited sadly there were no narrow boats on the canal. The weather was grey and damp but one could imagine how interesting it would be to see the boats going through this series of locks. Beautifully constructed brickwork and walkways all around the...More
My partner and I found this a lovely hidden gem of a walk last week. We parked on the small car park by the canal and walked toward Wolverhampton as far as smestow nature reserve, where we cut across to the railway walk for the...More
This is just a lovely place to stroll with the dog and it doesn't really matter what the weather is like there is always something different to see. This time of year it is lovely with the late nights walking at the edge of the...More
Any canalside walk is always good, but the short stretch of the Staffs and Worcester between the Bratch and Bumblehole Lock is particularly relaxing, Parking - as other reviewers have noted - can be a bit of a problem.
Response from Moonpuddle | Reviewed this property |
The path up to the top lock is quite bumpy. I would imagine path might get muddy on way to Bumble Hole Lock. The parking area isn't the best if you have a wheelchair accessible vehicle and if you park up the hill it's very... More
The path up to the top lock is quite bumpy. I would imagine path might get muddy on way to Bumble Hole Lock. The parking area isn't the best if you have a wheelchair accessible vehicle and if you park up the hill it's very steep to come down.