Friday, 18th October 2018, 12.00-1.30pm at Hollingwood Hub, 22 Works Road, Hollingwood, Chesterfield S43 2PF

LunchPlus returns and a focus on leisure and tourism with Chesterfield Canal Trust outlining their ambitious project.

Chesterfield Canal

Since 1989, 12 miles of the canal have been restored along with 37 locks and 11 bridges. Two new marinas have been built. The latest section, Hartington Harbour, was opened in the Summer 2018. With less than nine miles left to restore, the Chesterfield Canal Trust has set itself a bold target of 2027 for completion of the restoration being the 250th Anniversary of the opening of the canal.

The Chesterfield Canal Trust is a charitable company run entirely by volunteers, incorporated in July 1997. In 1998 it took over the assets of the former Chesterfield Canal Society, which had been formed in 1976. The aims of the Chesterfield Canal Trust are to promote the full restoration and appropriate development of the Chesterfield Canal, and to campaign for the construction of the Rother Valley Link, a navigable waterway to join the Chesterfield Canal to the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation.

LunchPlus is a business networking event designed with a focus on social enterprise. Our aim is to provide a broad, diverse and inclusive platform profiling key networks, sectors, innovation, new business opportunities, expertise, case studies, helpful business and financial services and products designed to support emerging and existing social enterprises across the Sheffield City Region. The format for Lunch Plus is a 20 min presentation and a chaired Q+A session followed by a light lunch networking opportunity.

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