We love and care for your canals and rivers, because everyone deserves a place to escape.
Take a closer look at our canals and rivers and discover new ways to enjoy them
18 October 2017
We work hard to make sure that our canals and rivers are open and available for you to visit all year round and autumn is no exception.
5 October 2017
International Volunteer Managers’ Day is a chance for us to thank all the dedicated volunteer managers throughout the Trust. Together with our volunteers, their continued work means that we can make life better by the water for everyone.
28 September 2017
We believe that running by water gives you even more benefits than your usual jog along the roadside.
27 September 2017
Fancy a shopping day with a difference? Our peaceful canals and rivers are a world away from the bustle of the high street – and you’ll be amazed what you can find on them.
Our canals are lined with great places to eat and drink but did you realise you can grab a bite to eat on the water too?
29 September 2017
Looking for things to do this autumn, keen to see something different and maybe learn a new skill? Look no further, there’s lots of activities and events that you and your family can take part in along our waterways.
Our canals are and towpaths are great places to view a range of different sculptures and murals
21 September 2017
Jack Perks, an experienced wildlife photographer, has given us his top tips for taking pictures down by our canals and rivers.
20 September 2017
Sometimes we just need to get away from it all and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Thanks to our work to keep the canals and rivers open for everyone we’ve got hundreds of special places where you can escape the crowds and clear your mind.
Our canals aren’t just pretty places to visit. Thanks to our ongoing efforts to make our canals welcoming to everybody you really can work, live and play by the water. So, the next time you’re facing a dreary meeting, why not move it to your local canal or river and unleash your creativity?