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Tuesday 17 March

Today's news from the web

  • Narrowboat gutted in late night blaze readingchronicle.co.uk

    A FIRE rescue boat was called into action when a barge burst into flames at a canal side last night (Monday). ...

  • BW raises a toast to Irish navvies waterscape.com

    British Waterways and Camden Town Unlimited, along with a whole host of the area’s iconic Irish pubs, are today proposing a St Patrick’s Day toast to honour the contribution of the ‘Navigators’, many of whom were Irish, in the creation of the UK’s inland waterway network. ...


Monday 16 March

Today's news from the web

  • Mon & Brec Canal re-opens for business waterscape.com

    The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal is once again fully open to visitors after 18 months, and British Waterways is staging a big ‘thank you’ gala event for communities. ...

  • Expanded Barnoldswick marina to open lancashiretelegraph.co.uk

    A BARNOLDSWICK marina that is expanding from 15 to 50 berths has been heralded as a major tourism boost to the area. ...

  • Bridging the gap at Slimbridge waterscape.com

    Works to replace the road bridge that carries millions of visitors over the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal to the Wetland and Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge will be full steam ahead next week. ...

  • Speedboat man fined for Thames recklessness getsurrey.co.uk

    A BOATMAN has been ordered to pay a total of £615 for travelling recklessly along the River Thames between Walton and Sunbury in a speedboat. ...

  • Ambitious Helix project approved news.bbc.co.uk

    An ambitious plan that involves creating a boat lift with two giant equine sculptures and a vast parkland on disused ground next to Falkirk has been approved. ...

  • Oil slick drama at canal tamesideadvertiser.co.uk

    A CANAL has been sealed off for a clean-up operation after gallons of oil were spilt in the water causing a 4km slick. ...

  • Canalside redevelopment falls idle manchestereveningnews.co.uk

    Work is grinding to a standstill on a flagship £220m regeneration scheme in Manchester as the recession bites. ...

  • Oxford boatyard's new craft takes to the water oxfordmail.co.uk

    A NEW boat has been launched at an Oxford boatyard for the first time in 20 years. ...

  • Fenland fire crew praised in boat fire drama new.edp24.co.uk

    A quick-thinking fire crew were tonight praised for their actions in preventing a blaze on four leisure boats on a Fenland river escalating and destroying a nearby clubhouse. ...

  • Unlicensed canal boats get beached oxfordmail.co.uk

    Illegally-moored boats are being removed from the Oxford Canal as part of a British Waterways’ crackdown on owners who do not have licences. ...


Friday 13 March

Today's news from the web

  • New marina on L&L pendletoday.co.uk

    Barnoldswick'S new 50-berth marina will be officially floated this summer. ...


Thursday 12 March

Today's news from the web

  • Costs cut on Falkirk Helix falkirkherald.co.uk

    A cash crisis forced the partners to rethink the plans and to come up with a proposal which would still satisfy the Big Lottery Fund bosses. ...

  • Towpath access to be improved in Chester iccheshireonline.icnetwork.co.uk

    Cyclists and walkers will benefit from improvements two years early thanks to millions of pounds worth of funding heading in Chester’s direction. ...

  • Bill Bryson backs clean-up bymnews.com

    Bill Bryson, best-selling author and President of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is urging the people who use the canals and rivers in the West Midlands to tackle the problem of litter on their waterways. ...

  • Peak pollution spreads penninewaterways.co.uk

    The whole of the Lower Peak Forest Canal is now closed to navigation following the "pollution incident" last week near the M67 motorway tunnel. ...


Wednesday 11 March

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