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29 October 2015
Saturday 17th October saw the Selby Towpath Taskforce team set to work near the intriguingly-named 'knuckles' of the Selby Canal, between Burn and Brayton. Volunteer David Lewis tells us about the day and the history of the knuckles.
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26 October 2015
If you're going to see Spectre this month then look out for the Regent's Canal. Cassie Clarke, our filming and campaigns executive tells us how the historic waterway made its way into the latest Bond movie.
22 July 2015
It was a glorious summer day at Pickett's Lock when I arrived for what had been advertised as ‘The Old Git’s Barbeque’. Alfie Saggs, the lock keeper, was celebrating his 86th birthday.
6 July 2015
Hear from John Highmore, our Volunteer Development Coordinator in the South East and what's been achieved with volunteers tackling the graffiti along the Oxford Canal.
1 July 2015
More from the students as they journey from Stratford East London to Stratford-upon-Avon, rehearsing Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.'
29 June 2015
Hear from the students on day one of their life-changing journey from Stratford 2 Stratford.
10 June 2015
The idea of a change of career is nothing new I know, but database analyst to canal towpath fundraiser is quite a big change, especially when it is via a 4,500 mile bike ride around the coast of Britain. This is how it happened.
20 May 2015
Ben Seal, canoeing development officer at British Canoeing tells us why everyone should be taking to the water over Go Canoeing Week...
Our guest bloggers all have a passion for our waterways, whether they are volunteers, staff or the experts we work with.