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Read the latest blogs from the team at the Canal & River Trust.
13 November 2017
Autumn is well and truly here, which means it’s Forum season! This month, read all about our two recent Waterway Forums and the consultation on the draft London Mooring Strategy. We have news on winter moorings and our major works programme, as well as our regular items on volunteering opportunities and improvements to facilities. And, oh, we also ask: what makes a ‘GOODBOATER’?
Posted by: London Boating Bulletin
Angling match results brought to you by Steve Cope.
Posted by: Angling match results
9 November 2017
Chris Chambers, a lock keeper from the North Wales & Borders waterway team, gives us a small insight into the men and women who worked at Ellesmere Yard as they answered the call to arms in 1914.
Posted by: Heritage team
6 November 2017
3 November 2017
From Stanley Park to the Erewash Canal - Peter Henery explores a young man’s journey that he would never have imagined possible.
Posted by: The fisheries & angling team
In this latest edition you'll find out how you can get to see locks and canals as you've never seen before, why graffiti is such a costly blight, how to make a gorgeous chutney using towpath goodies and much more besides!
Posted by: The boaters' update
2 November 2017
Hear from Hannah Warren, who is on a volunteer student placement with us learning about the work we do, and helping with our arts programme. Hannah has also devised three pop-up, improvised performances of her own in which she interacts with selected canal heritage spaces along the waterways.
Posted by: The guest blog
30 October 2017
This guest blog article, kindly produced by the chairman of Luton Angling Club, Dennis Hunt, tells the story of the club’s attempts to resurrect its junior section.