Erewash Canal Preservation and Development Association ... looking after the Erewash Canal since 1968

Visit Sandiacre Lock Cottages

1991 to the present day

Welcome to Sandiacre Lock Cottages. The cottages were first opened to the public in 1991. The Sandiacre lock cottages and toll house are now a museum run by the Erewash Canal Preservation & Development Association (ECP&DA) volunteers. We are open to the public for you to look around on the third Sunday of each month and Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the year. We are also open at other times throughout the year for organised visits - schools, leisure, and social groups. Days and dates are on request. For more information speak to our cottage co-ordinator Glyn Stenson, his contact details are below.

The cottages and tollhouse have been maintained in an unspoiled condition to provide a glimpse of the Erewash canal's heritage. There are many artifacts, pictures, and storyboards that have been carefully researched and created by a group of dedicated volunteers over many years.

Open Days

Access and Open Days

Please note: Due to the historic nature of the cottages, access for disabled people is limited.

Entry is FREE and everyone is welcome, even the dogs. Drop in have a chat, a look round and enjoy a cuppa and cake.

How to Find Us

Erewash Canal, Lock Lane, (off Longmoor Lane), Sandiacre  NG10 5LA
Parking space is limited - ///shades.path.senses will park you under the A52 flyover which is a few minutes walk away along Lock Lane.

Volunteer Opportunities: Please contact me in the first instance and I’ll pass on your details to the relevant volunteer who will provide further information, support and guidance. We look forward to hearing from you.  Glyn Stenson: M.07809 251441   Email: Glyn Stenson