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A narrowboat serving up fresh crepes and ice cream has arrived in Greater Manchester

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Our canals and waterways make for a scenic day out no matter what, but there's something new luring visitors this summer. The Crepe Factory Afloat attracted crowds when it was moored up in Boothstown, Salford, last weekend and is heading to a new location to give customers their sweet fix.

As well as selling crepes with various sweet and savoury fillings, from Nutella and strawberries, to ham and cheese, it serves up ice creams, cakes, milkshakes, coffees and a whole lot more. Read more: Families urged to boycott a Stockport park's summer fair as campaigners call for donkey ride ban It's run by couple Sandra and Robert Fell, from Nelson, Lancashire, who moved onto the boat and started the business 14 years ago, after retiring from their other jobs in landscape gardening and manufacturing garden ornaments.

They also run their All Things Spanish business from the boat, selling everything from bags and wooden carvings, to Spanish spices, tapas and fresh ground Spanish coffees.

After moving from their spot close to The Moorings pub in Boothstown, this weekend, June 29 and 30, the couple will be at Pennington Flash, in Leigh, Wigan.

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