We then carried on till we got to the fifteen locks of Audlem and made our decent into Cheshire. We stopped just over halfway down the flight and found a spot on the Audlem visitors moorings.We then took a walk in the village and were pleasantly surprised. It is very pretty, with all the shops you need, We then went into the church which was open (nice to see) and had a look around this beautiful 13th century church. It was decorated with kids painting and works of art for the harvest festival they had over last weekend. We went back to Derwent6 and Al did some bits & pieces while Del did the brasses and Yep it rained. Only a quick shower, but it rained.
In the evening we walked down to the famous pub on the cut The Shroppie Fly where the bar is a full size narrowboat. We just had a drink, (as they had stopped doing food) but it was so quiet, we decided to walk down to the Fish and Chip shop for a change but that closed at 9.00pm. (Oh well, it helped our diet) So it was back to Derwent6 for some nibbles and a film.