Tardebigge L1 Leisure

The Canal & River Trust offers five long term moorings at the top of the dramatic 30 lock flight in Tardebigge in Worcestershire. The rural and picturesque location is easily accessed being close to the M5 motorway and provides boaters with a good range of cruising options. The Worcs & Birmingham Canal forms part of the 'Stourport Ring' - a 74 mile circular cruise which takes in Worcestershire, the Black Country and Birmingham in the Midlands. Alternatively, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick and Worcester and within a few days' reach.

The moorings provide space for up to five vessels, on the off-side below Lock 58, on either side of Bridge 56.

Site Facilities
Car Parking Drinking Water Elsan Disposal Refuse Disposal
Nearest Road

The site is just off the B4184, approximately two miles from Bromsgrove. From junction 1 of the M42 motorway follow the A38 south onto the Bromsgrove by-pass. At the traffic island of the A448 ignore the Redditch turning and instead take the next exit onto the B4184 towards Finstall. After passing through Finstall the mooring site is on the right, just before the bridge over the canal tunnel.

Bromsgrove has a good selection of high street stores, banks and pubs.

Nearest Station


Nearest Town


Additional Information

Service facilities, including drinking water, elsan, a toilet, shower and refuse disposal, can be found adjacent to the Canal & River Trust maintenance yard in Tardebigge New Wharf. The facilities listed are provided by and under the control of the local waterway and provided for the use of all boating customers, they do not form part of the mooring agreement.

The open car park is provided by the local waterway. Moorers can use the car park on a first come first served basis, but they do not have any priority over others at this site.

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Worcester & Birmingham Canal
Car Parking
Unregulated - Unsecured
Facilities Block
Gated Access
Viewing Arrangements

The site can be seen from the towpath opposite.

  • Car Parking
  • Drinking Water
  • Elsan Disposal
  • Refuse Disposal
  • Showers
  • Toilets
Maria Osborne