We love and care for your canals and rivers, because everyone deserves a place to escape.
1 July 2016
Welcome to the latest edition where you'll find not one word about Europe! Instead you'll find it packed with the latest boating news, videos and stoppages... Enjoy!
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17 June 2016
Here you'll find an update on the repairs to the flood damaged waterways in the Calder Valley, some rather 'unique' enquiries and calls that our customer service team have taken and news of how to get inspiration for your boating garden...
3 June 2016
In this latest edition you'll find news of award winning lock keepers, a review of Crick Boat Show and an update on the Macclesfield Canal, among others.
20 May 2016
In this edition you'll find out how, if you're older, you have the edge when in comes to nature. We also tell you how you can find your dream boat at Crick and head of boating, Mike Grimes, shares his thoughts in his monthly column among others...
6 May 2016
This latest edition of Boaters' Update gives you the answer to 'What shall I do over the late May Bank Holiday?', contains news of how you can help us keep our maps up to date and lots more besides.
22 April 2016
Welcome to the latest edition where you'll find some fascinating canal facts along with head of boating, Mike Grimes, monthly column and some handy advice on how to keep your boat secure.
8 April 2016
This latest edition contains news of how you can go boating for free, 13,000 hippos, next winter’s maintenance programme and the Small Tasks Team Volunteers among others.
25 March 2016
Welcome to the latest edition of Boaters' Update. You'll find news of a major restoration project, an article from the head of boating and you won't believe the stuff we've been pulling out of canals and rivers!
Think of this blog as your one-stop shop for up-to-date boating news. It's packed full of useful information about boating on canals and rivers as well important safety announcements and upcoming events.
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