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Thursday 25 September

Today's news from the web

  • Sculpture trail by River Stort harlowherald.co.uk

    Harlow is known for its sculptures and a new collection was due to be unveiled today (Thursday) at a special launch. The new sculpture trail to celebrate Harlow's waterside heritage was due to be officially opened by Harlow Council and British Waterways. ...


Wednesday 24 September

Today's news from the web

  • Waterways Excellence Awards winner announced waterscape.com

    The team in charge of repairs to the Drakeholes Tunnel on the Chesterfield Canal has been crowned winner in British Waterways’ annual Waterways Excellence Awards which highlight individuals and small groups who demonstrate extraordinary levels of ingenuity, innovation, commitment and hard work. ...


Tuesday 23 September

Today's news from the web

  • New canal bridge to be resurfaced kirkintilloch-herald.co.uk

    A NEW £800,000 bridge is to be resurfaced - because people are slipping on it. ...

  • Two tings to remember middevonstar.co.uk

    A new towpath code of conduct was launched by the Grand Western Canal Country Park Ranger Service this week. The code of conduct has adopted the ‘two tings’ message and logo which is being promoted by British Waterways on some of its busier canal towpaths. ...

  • Boat licensing update waterscape.com

    During 2007 British Waterways undertook an extensive consultation on future boat licence fees. Many boaters and representative groups contributed to this and some good suggestions were made. ...

  • Countdown to Banbury Canal Day banburyguardian.co.uk

    The countdown has begun until Banbury becomes awash for the annual Canal Day festivities. ...

  • Mercia Marina operational boatingbusiness.com

    The 585-berth Mercia Marina at Willington near Derby on the Trent & Mersey Canal, one of the biggest new developments on the canal network, is now operational. ...

  • Leicester's canal called an eyesore thisisleicestershire.co.uk

    The dumped junk ranges from pushchairs, children's toys and tyres to discarded plastic bags, tin cans and bottles, and has turned a section of the Grand Union Canal, in Abbey Park, into an eyesore. ...


Monday 22 September

Today's news from the web

  • Stourbridge Canal breach update waterscape.com

    British Waterways Engineers have now completed a full investigation of the Stourbridge breach site, and plans are coming together for a proposal to reinstate the canal at the earliest opportunity. ...

  • Canal festival goes with a splash expressandstar.com

    Boating enthusiasts, performers, artists and traditional craftsmen joined with thousands of Tipton folk for their inaugural canal festival. ...

  • Bollard painting baffles BW in London waterscape.com

    Bosses at British Waterways have been baffled this week by the surprise appearance of giant fungi on the Regent's Canal near Victoria Park, east London. ...

  • River Trent welcomes its largest load in Nottinghamshire waterscape.com

    On Thursday 18 September the first of a series of abnormal load movements was successfully completed on the River Trent in support of the re-development of Staythorpe Power Station. ...

  • Scottish canals get connected theinquirer.net

    Bt has teamed up with British Waterways Scotland to bring Wi-Fi access to 13 canal-side locations across the country. ...

  • Phone books dumped in River Weaver northwichguardian.co.uk

    Fly tippers have dumped hundreds of phonebooks into the River Weaver. ...

  • The high cost of waterways waste watfordobserver.co.uk

    Tonnes of fly-tipped filth were removed from the banks of the Grand Union Canal last week by exasperated council and waterways officials. ...

  • Rochdale's reputation could sink in the mucky canal rochdaleobserver.co.uk

    Boating enthusiast Michael Bamford fears the Rochdale Canal could be giving the town a bad name. ...

  • Update on red diesel waterscape.com

    The British Marine Federation (BMF), Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and the Inland Waterways Association (IWA) have provided an update concerning how the end of the derogation on Red Diesel will be implemented and the arrangements for users making declarations at point of sale. ...


Monday 15 September

Today's news from the web

  • Canalside pub wins CAMRA award dewsburyreporter.co.uk

    The Heavy Woollen branch of the Campaign for Real Ale – CAMRA – presents its quarterly Pub of the Season award to licensees who have made a special effort with their pub, and this time it's gone to The Leggers Inn at Savile Town Wharf. ...

  • Boaters Take Off Lock Stock For Nude Calendar wiltshiretimes.co.uk

    A group of boaters based in Bradford on Avon have posed nude for a fundraising calendar. ...

  • Festival marks opening of new marina lancashiretelegraph.co.uk

    Pendle’S annual Canal Festival marked the grand opening of Reedley Marina at the weekend....


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