Canalside Heritage Centre is a heritage, education and arts centre located in the renovated weir cottages at Beeston Lock. The centre is a vibrant hub for visitor, with a tearoom, gift shop and interpretation centre, as well as a community garden with fantastic views across the River Trent. A range of events and activities are held for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Canalside Heritage Centre is a 15 to 20 minute walk from Beeston Station.
Canalside Heritage Centre is a heritage, education and arts centre located in the renovated weir cottages at Beeston Lock.
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