This Easter weekend, the Living Environment Trust is offering an opportunity to celebrate in unique style with a seasonal cruise along a five and a half mile stretch of the Coventry Canal. On Sunday 16 April, locals and visitors are invited to hop aboard the 70ft Coventrian narrowboar for a delicious Easter Sunday Lunch.

“Spring is in the air and we thought that a trip down the canal would be a lovely way to enjoy the break,” said Raffaella Tentindo of the Living Environment Trust. “Cruising down Coventry’s canal on the Coventrian provides everyone with a chance to have a relaxing time and spend time with family or friends. We have a delicious menu on offer for anyone who comes along and it is suitable for all ages.”

The boat sets off from Swan Lane Wharf at 12pm and ends in the same place an hour later. The lunch menu includes a choice of mushroom soup or prawns to start, roast turkey or chicken for the main and apple crumble or cheese and biscuits for dessert.

Limited places are still available, but those interested are encouraged to book early. Tickets cost £18.50 for adults and £12.50 for children under 11, covering the cruise and a two-course meal, with the option of adding an extra course for an additional £4. For further information or to book, email or call The Alan Higgs Centre on 024 7630 8244.