We love and care for your canals and rivers, because everyone deserves a place to escape.
25 May 2016
When I joined British Canoeing last year, National Go Canoeing Week had just taken place. There was still a real buzz around the team around how well it had gone and it was fantastic to hear how many people had got involved.
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25 April 2016
Sian Marie Hughes cycles into work along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal each day. Here she tells us why her commute is so special.
3 February 2016
Maria Frost from the 1st Oulton Brownies tells us all about why the group chose to adopt a section of the Trent & Mersey Canal.
15 December 2015
Lauren White, our supporter engagement manager, explains why we've launched My Stretch, a new way for you to protect your favourite canal or river.
30 November 2015
It’s the second year Giving Tuesday, the global day of giving, has been officially recognised in the UK.
12 November 2015
As part of our ongoing work in youth social action, we're involved with a youth leadership programme called UpRising. UpRising teaches young people that anyone can be a leader no matter what background they come from. Shoaib Elahi talks about his work with UpRising and the Trust.
11 November 2015
Roger Distill lives onboard his narrowboat with his wife. As he journeys around our waterways he's discovered plenty of things about living aboard.
2 November 2015
I got really excited a few years ago when I heard that British Waterways was to become independent of government and be re-launched as a charitable trust. “I’d really like to get involved with that,” I thought. And I’m so glad I did.
Our guest bloggers all have a passion for our waterways, whether they are volunteers, staff or the experts we work with.