Coming soon - Newly refurbished Long Term Leisure Moorings with electric and water supply in the heart of Market Drayton.
Ladybird is made up of 47 refurbished pontoon moorings with electric supply and 3 linear berths, mooring only.
Ladybird Mornings (formerly Toms Moorings) site is a good starting point for boaters wishing to cruise the popular 'Four Counties Ring' - a circular route which includes parts of Cheshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire and the West Midlands.
The streets of Market Drayton have much historic character with a mix of half-timbered, Georgian and Victorian buildings. The streets converge on The Buttercross market shelter and on Wednesdays and Saturdays are filled with market stalls.
Waterside Drive, Betton road
Wrenbury Rail Station is 9.13 miles from the moorings.
The nearest facilities, including toilets, pump out and elsan disposal, are approximately 100m away at Bridge 63 Betton Bridge, on the town center visitor moorings. Facilities are in a service building next to the bridge. Electricity is supplied to pontoon moorings through Smart Meters where payment is made via an on-line portal. The Town center can be reached within approximately a 15 min walk or 5 min cycle ride. Tyrley Locks are situated 1.5 miles from Ladybird Moorings.
Due to the proximity of the leisure moorings to the residential properties, Specific site rule are in place for Ladybird moorings. Strictly leisure berths only and no extended on-board stays.
can be viewed at any time from the towpath