Visiting a visitor attraction

Published: Monday, 04 January 2021

I DID not think that the article concerning visiting the towpaths related to live aboard boaters as Mike Todd mentioned, writes James Henry.

There was no reference to live aboard boaters, as the narrowboatworld article was about people visiting towpaths when the government rules told that visitor attractions were closed.

Are a visitor attraction

It was pointed out in Cart's own words and that of the Leading Visitor Attractions that the towpaths are a visitor attraction, so visiting them must be against the rules.

Also, the towpaths are not open public spaces that are allowed, but very narrow private spaces where the two metre rule, clearly given by the government, can hardly be met on the majority of towpaths and in many cases not even one metre.