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29 May 2017
Our latest Boat Owners’ Views survey shows that boaters' satisfaction with our waterways has increased in the past year, together with the proportion of boaters who would recommend our waterways to others and the number who think that the upkeep of the waterways has continued to improve.
26 May 2017
Llanymynech Wharf on the beautiful Montgomery Canal will be ringing to the sounds of choirs, bands, string quartets and drama on Sunday 4 June.
25 May 2017
Canoeing on the Llangollen Canal is set to become easier and safer thanks to a new canoe guide and three new slipways created by Glandŵr Cymru, the Canal & River Trust in Wales.
The Ring, a new arts programme for the waterways of Worcestershire, is proud to launch Opening the Floodgates on Friday 23rd June 2017. They are inviting any interested artists to attend a special riverside launch event led by Artistic Director Cathy Mager at Diglis House Hotel at 6pm on Friday 23rd June 2017.
To celebrate the forthcoming Crick Boat Show (27-29 May), now Britain’s biggest inland waterways festival, on 23 May we took 27 Kilsby Primary School pupils, aged seven to nine, on a canal boat trip along the Grand Union Canal at Braunston.
24 May 2017
A project to transform the towpath for local people along the Montgomery Canal in Shropshire is steaming ahead thanks to a partnership between us and the Warwickshire and West Mercia Community Rehabilitation Company.
23 May 2017
We are appealing for volunteers to help with our annual seal survey, from June to October.
Scouts from the 1st Middleton Scout Group have been out on the towpath at Stoke Bruerne in Northamptonshire, assisting us spruce up the Grand Union Canal to ensure that it is a great place for local people to visit .
22 May 2017
All dogs and their owners are invited to join a mass morning dog walk from Audlem Mill, South Cheshire, along the Shropshire Union Canal on Saturday 3 June.
One of Birmingham’s most interesting historic buildings is set to be brought back to life after being awarded a £2.5m National Lottery grant.