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A section of historic canal towpath in Loughborough has been officially reopened following a government-funded project to make it better for walkers, cyclists and visiting boaters.
With forecasts of a week-long freeze for the North of England and seasonal festivities beginning for many, we are reminding you to keep safe along our network this winter.
We're enhancing boaters' license communications for clearer guidance on cruising expectations and emphasising support for those facing challenges.
Volunteers from Leeds Building Society swapped suits for PPE, and laptops for saws and spades, turning out in force to spend a day volunteering along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal with us.
We're today confirming an increase of 6% in boat licence fees from 1 April 2024 for both private boat owners and boating businesses.
With cold weather forecast, we're encouraging people to enjoy wintry walks on the towpath, but to do so safely and sensibly.
The management of a commercial fishery near to Kiveton Park, Sheffield, is being put out to tender by us.
We're embarking on a programme of winter repairs along 2,000 miles of historic canals across England and Wales.
We've completed restoration works on a historic canal bridge as part of an ongoing effort to protect and preserve the heritage of the Ashby Canal.
A 1½ mile stretch of towpath and canal bank at Aldermaston Wharf has been upgraded, making it easier for boats to moor and improving access for walkers, cyclists and those with wheelchairs or buggies.
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