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26 April 2017
Following feedback from boaters we are reinstating an option for boat licences to be renewed automatically after we carried out a drive to make sure customer information was correct.
This month, we are announcing new appointments to its National Angling & Fisheries Advisory Group (NAAG).
21 April 2017
We are inviting boaters to express an interest in being part of the workshops that will form stage two of the three stage national licensing consultation.
13 April 2017
The Macclesfield Canal has become a waterway of ‘mellow fruitfulness’ thanks to the planting of a new orchard along its banks by us.
11 April 2017
Family fun is on the bill this Easter as we invite local people along to Fradley Junction for a day of duck-themed activities.
10 April 2017
"It’s blooming marvellous on the waterways” as we celebrate green-fingered boaters and waterside gardeners. We are launching the first-ever ‘Boats in Bloom’ awards to say thank you to the many people who bring the waterways to life with plants and flowers.
At an annual cost of £1 million to clean up after litter-happy Britons – from blow up dolls to shopping trolleys - we are saying enough is enough.
5 April 2017
The Peak Forest Canal in Marple has reopened in time for the main boating season following our £400,000 makeover.
Our National Waterways Museum Gloucester is searching for an operator to run a trip boat service that will show people the secrets of the city’s historic docks from the water.
4 April 2017
Our staff in Wales, are on top of the world with double celebrations at the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen Canal World Heritage Site in North Wales.