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Friday 8 May

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  • Waterway dredged for 2012 games news.bbc.co.uk

    Work has begun on dredging waterways at the Olympic Park in east London to enable boats to carry construction material to the site. ...


Thursday 7 May

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Wednesday 6 May

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  • Sustainable Transport Manager appointed in London waterscape.com

    British Waterways and Transport for London are pleased to announce the appointment of Kim Milnes, who has taken up the jointly funded role of Sustainable Transport Manager at the waterways authority. ...

  • Canal chapel celebrates its 100th anniversary chesterchronicle.co.uk

    The only tin chapel in Chester marks its 100th anniversary this weekend. ...

  • Kew looks at restoring its riverside splendour - Times Online timesonline.co.uk

    The Times has learnt of plans now being, as it were, floated, for a new river approach — a more elegant dock adjacent to the gardens, and the relandscaping of Kew’s river border. ...

  • Volunteers lead the way in canal heritage project waterscape.com

    British Waterways and Macclesfield Canal Society are applying the finishing touches to a Cheshire waterway heritage project aimed at upgrading the local canalside environment. ...

  • Apollo is ready to return to canal thetelegraphandargus.co.uk

    A waterbus service which used to run between Bingley’s Three Rise Locks and Shipley Wharf is to be reinstated as part of a £300,000 project. ...

  • No Earls Court show this year boatingbusiness.com

    Managing director James Brooke says the Sail Power & Watersports Show won’t run this year. ...

  • Timetable set for Loch canal link dumbartonreporter.co.uk

    A TIMETABLE has been set for the creation of an “iconic” waterway network that will see a canal built allowing boats to sail from the River Clyde right into the heart of Loch Lomond. ...


Friday 1 May

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Thursday 30 April

Manchester fence - have your say

WW contributor Martin Clark highlights on his Pennine Waterways website that Manchester City Council is considering putting a safety fence in alongside the Rochdale Canal.

The move follows the death of a man who climbed into the canal - but could have worrying implications for all canals in urban areas.

You can submit comments to the City Council website. Pennine Waterways has more details of the proposals.

Richard Fairhurst  | 1.05pm | add a comment


Today's news from the web

  • Leamington towpaths cleaned up leamingtoncourier.co.uk

    Volunteers scrubbed away graffiti and filled 20 bags with rubbish as part of a clean-up before Leamington Canal Festival this weekend. ...

  • Half price tickets for Crick Boat Show waterscape.com

    British Waterways is offering families the chance to cruise their way through the credit crunch with the opportunity to purchase a 1 day family ticket for half price....


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