We love and care for your canals and rivers, because everyone deserves a place to escape.
Read the latest blogs from the team at the Canal & River Trust.
8 December 2016
Back in early November I drove with eager anticipation to Aldershot’s Gold Valley fishery, not for a fishing session, but to attend the launch of 'Steve Gardener on A Life in Match Fishing’ by Steve Gardener and Pat Newman.
Posted by: The fisheries & angling team
7 December 2016
'Tis the season for peace and goodwill to all... by being considerate when running boat engines and generators or having a party.
Posted by: The boating team
In this latest guest article Hodnet legend, Dave Watkins, recalls some of his happiest angling memories.
5 December 2016
Since becoming the Canal & River Trust in July 2012, volunteering has been an increasing part of building the capacity of the team, supplementing what we can achieve with limited resources. We’re a technical team providing detailed advice to various parts of the business, so work with technically-skilled volunteers.
Posted by: The water management team
Angling match results brought to you by Steve Cope.
Posted by: Angling match results
2 December 2016
Welcome to the latest edition. In 2016’s penultimate Boaters’ Update you’ll find the usual broad platter of news, opinion (yours) and events along with an assorted mix of mild festive cheer – and the odd request for help!
Posted by: The boaters' update
Volunteer Anna Birt takes us on a whistle-stop tour of learning at The National Waterways Museum, Gloucester.
Posted by: The Explorers
Mention the name of Gloucester and most people would think of its Roman history when it was called Glevum, its cathedral or its rugby union team, not forgetting the Gloucester & Sharpness canal and docks.