Your basket is empty Product Category: Maps & Guides - Pearsons's Sort by Price: Highest / Lowest Showing: 1 to 5 of 5 results Pearson's Canal Companion: South Midlands/Warwickshire Ring Updated 2017 £11.95 Code: PE05 Covers the Coventry (Fradley to Coventry), Ashby, Birmingham & Fazeley, Grand Union (Stoke Bruerne to Warwick Bar and Salford Junction), North Oxford, North Stratford-on-Avon, Worcester & Birmingham (Tardebigge to Birmingham) canals and the central Birmingham area. Updated 2017 Pearson's Canal Companion: Kennet & Avon Canal £11.95 Code: PE23 Covers Bristol to Reading on the Kennet & Avon and Oxford to Brentford on the Thames. Pearsons - Cheshire Ring & South Pennine Ring (Extended 10th Edition) £11.95 Code: PE18 (Updated 2017) The Canal Companions have been chugging along the cut for over thirty years; conveying facts and figures, insight and entertainment, wit and wisdom: from Brentford to Burcough, from Shardlow to Sharpness, from Tipton to Todmorden. All manner of folk have been encouraged to explore the inland waterways using these guides, which have become as much a part of tradition as their subject matter. This 10th edition of Cheshire Ring focusses on two circular routes: the justifiably popular Cheshire Ring, and the as yet, not quite so well known South Pennine Ring (new coverage in this guide). Over 200 miles of characterful canals in the north of England expertly interpreted to inspire discovery, on foot, afloat or by bicycle. Pearsons - Oxford and Grand Union Canals £11.95 Code: PE24 This Companion focuses on the rural Oxford Canal; the mighty Grand Union between Braunston and Brentford & London (Paddington); the Leicester Line between Norton Junction and Market Harborough; and the Upper Thames between Lechlade and Oxford. Pearson's Canal Companion: Stourport Ring £9.95 Code: PE07 Covers the Staffs & Worcs, Dudley, Stourbridge, Trent & Mersey (Fradley to Great Haywood), Birmingham & Fazeley (Birmingham to Fazeley), and Worcester & Birmingham canals, the river Severn (Worcester to Stourport) and the Birmingham Canal Navigations.