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.
20 November 2017
Our Heritage Manager, Nigel Crowe, talks about how canals were built by moving earth efficiently.
Posted by: Heritage team
Working outdoors and exploring water pressure in the canal environment was just the job for a Stourport school when they visited the locks at the beginning of November.
Posted by: The Education Team
Angling match results brought to you by Steve Cope.
Posted by: Angling match results
17 November 2017
'Pump out or cassette' is one of the perennial debates amongst boaters, with most of us having strong feelings in one direction or other. Whatever we use - pump-out, cassette or composting - we all need to dispose of our toilet waste responsibly and without harm to the environment.
Posted by: The boating team
You'll find an article about the ongoing boat licensing consultation, a feature on boating on rivers, a bundle of other news, this weekend’s stoppages, and ways in which you can get involved and more in the latest edition.
Posted by: The boaters' update
16 November 2017
Here is the latest blog from our Welfare Officer Sean Willams about how important it is to talk about Mental Health, and how get help if you need it.
15 November 2017
We recently heard the news that one of the big players in the north west angling coaching world has sadly passed away. With the help of Barry Hargreaves and National Angling Advisory Group member, Tony Campbell, we pay tribute to a man who, among other achievements, has played a key role in of angling participation on north west canals as part of our Let’s Fish campaign.
Posted by: The fisheries & angling team
14 November 2017
Education Volunteers Anna and Joe spent the day 'floating and sinking' at Cheltenham Science Group.