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23 September 2016
Members of the public are invited to come and see behind-the-scenes at Long Eaton Lock as one of a series of public open day events on the nation’s historic waterways.
22 September 2016
The Trust held its Annual Public Meeting in Birmingham today (22 September 2016) where over 80 guests came from around the country to hear about our progress over the past year and our plans and ambitions for the future.
Calling young people aged 13 – 25. Would you like to volunteer with the Trust as a World Heritage Site youth ambassador to promote the amazing Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen Canal?
21 September 2016
We are asking the capital’s boaters “who’s on London’s boats?” so we can gain a better understanding of people living and boating on canals and rivers in the region, what they want out of boating life and how their needs can be met.
Nottingham’s waterways are set to come alive as the second annual Nottingham Canal Festival comes to the city’s historic Castle Wharf.
20 September 2016
A new boat that will welcome visitors to the Kennet & Avon Canal has been launched by the Trust.
19 September 2016
A stretch of the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes has been given a makeover thanks to the residents of Woughton Parish Council.
In June this year adventurer and Ordnance Survey #GetOutside Champion, Lizzie Carr, became the first person to successfully paddleboard the length of England via its connected waterways.
16 September 2016
The Trust has teamed up with Bounts, the fitness app, to reward local people who exercise along the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes with vouchers for a variety of national high street shops including John Lewis, M&S and Starbucks.
15 September 2016
Local people are being invited to join a free bat walk to experience the secret world of bats living on the waterways.