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12 October 2017
We're asking all boaters and boating groups to take part in the final stage of our consultation on the future of boat licensing.
10 October 2017
Grewelthorpe C of E Primary School in Ripon has been selected from hundreds of entries to become the winner of our inaugural national ‘Corridor for Nature’ competition.
We recently hosted a week-long programme of free canoeing and science activities for local schoolchildren in Burnley.
9 October 2017
A dredging project aimed at improving water quality and encouraging rare aquatic plants to thrive on the Grantham Canal is in full flow.
We are hosting a unique concert in Standedge canal tunnel on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal, as part of Marsden Jazz Festival in partnership with Jazz North.
6 October 2017
A historic brick hut on the banks of the River Weaver Navigation in Cheshire is being restored, thanks to us and Saltscape Landscape Partnership.
5 October 2017
We have been given £222,305 National Lottery funding from Sport England to help reduce the number of inactive older adults in Cheshire. Sport England has put tackling inactivity at the heart of its strategy ‘Towards an Active Nation’ and launched the Active Ageing fund to promote healthy exercise to people over 55.
29 September 2017
An ambitious community and volunteering scheme at the Tees Barrage in Stockton on Tees has been celebrated at our 2017 Living Waterways Awards ceremony.
28 September 2017
Over 2,500 people attended last weekend’s Hayes Canal Festival on Sunday 24 September, with attendees enjoying a range of water-based activities and entertainment on the Grand Union Canal.
27 September 2017
The winners of our 2017 Living Waterways Awards have been announced at a gala ceremony in Birmingham tonight.