Henhull is a small parish situated along a rural part of the Shropshire Union Canal just two miles from Nantwich in Cheshire.
The Shropshire Union Canal runs from Autherley Junction, near Wolverhampton, on the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, to the Manchester Ship Canal at Ellesmere Port.
Deep wooded cuttings and high embankments, which characterise this canal, can be enjoyed for miles along the route.
Henhull Moorings are approximately 430m long and provide space for up to 18 vessels moored against the off-side bank.
Approaching from Barbridge (approximately 2 miles away) on the A51 turn left at the junction with the A534 (traffic lights). Continue along the A51 for approx 400 metres and turn left immediately after Bridge 95 (Henhull Bridge) into Poole Hill Road. The car park is approximately 300 metres away on the left.
Approaching from Nantwich (approximately one and a half miles away) along the A534 (Chester Road) turn right at the junction with the A51 and proceed as per Barbridge directions.
The nearest facilities, including water, pump out, toilets and shower, are at Nantwich, approximately one and a half miles cruise to the south. There is also a small chandlery and a cafe at Nantwich Canal Centre.
The gated car park has a combination padlock. There are two water points in the car park.
This rural site is situated north of Bridge 95 (Henhull Bridge).
IMPORTANT NOTE: These offside moorings can only be accessed by boat and it is necessary to use a dinghy or skiff which can be stored in the car park.
The site may be viewed from the towpath.