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Tuesday 9 October

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  • Restoration of canal brings a £178m benefit edinburghnews.scotsman.com

    The Millennium Link canal restoration has brought £178 million of investment and over 4000 jobs to central Scotland in the past five years, according to new research....

  • All Light On The Night At City Canal eveningtimes.co.uk

    Huge crowds enjoyed watching illuminated lanterns and a fireworks display as part of a unique art installation on the Forth & Clyde Canal....

  • Decision imminent on Willington marina thisisderbyshire.co.uk

    Plans for a multi-million-pound marina look set to be given the go-ahead next week. The £7m development near Willington would be one of the largest canal-based marinas in the country and would create 40 full-time and 80 part-time jobs if plans were approved....

  • Extremists condemn anti-English graffiti inverness-courier.co.uk

    Phrases such as "English out," "ethnic cleansing now" and "Seal na Gael" — believed to be a misspelt version of Siol nan Gaidheal — were daubed in white paint on the door and walls of a row of former lock keeper's cottages owned by British Waterways Scotland....

  • River and canal pubs to get marketing boost caterersearch.com

    British Waterways kicks off its first UK wide marketing campaign on Monday to boost the number of visitors to canals and riverside pubs....

  • Kids Shining Example Of Canal Rebirth eveningtimes.co.uk

    torchlight procession and giant floating lanterns will mark the rebirth of Glasgow's canal corridor tomorrow....

  • Canalside Depot Plans Refused thisiswiltshire.co.uk

    PLANS for demolishing a former depot in Bradford on Avon and replacing it with offices and housing were refused last night. ...

  • Boats Removed In Canal Tidyup thisislancashire.co.uk

    ABANDONED boats are being towed away by British Waterways in an attempt to tidy up the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in Pendle. ...


Tuesday 10 July

Today's news from the web

  • King's Cross revamp sold us down the river hamhigh.co.uk

    Camden's boatpeople say they are being forced out of their homes by the £2billion redevelopment of King's Cross. Residents living on the Regents Canal gathered outside a gala theatre performance last week to tell a VIP audience about their plight....

  • Crunch time for Lottery bid gazetteandherald.co.uk

    The architects of the Cricklade Country Way will watch nervously today while lottery judges run their eye over a £20m business plan....

  • Hereford unveils city centre blueprint icbirmingham.icnetwork.co.uk

    A £900 million blueprint for the regeneration of Hereford city centre was officially unveiled today. One of the special features will be the reinstatement of parts of the old Herefordshire & Gloucestershire canal, including a new canal basin, surrounded by waterfront homes....

  • Wilts & Berks plans on show thisiswiltshire.co.uk

    A landmark in Melksham town centre could be a thing of the past if multi-million pound plans to route a canal through the town centre come to fruition....

  • Ship crashes into railway bridge thisischeshire.co.uk

    A cargo ship crashed into the side of a railway bridge in Trafford, on the Manchester Ship Canal, this afternoon....

  • Tontine Hotel to become homes expressandstar.co.uk

    Stourport’s most famous canalside building looks set to be finally converted into homes in a bid to save it for future generations......


Tuesday 19 June

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  • Walsall plans win backing expressandstar.co.uk

    A £50 million scheme to build apartments, houses, shops, and offices alongside a rundown stretch of Walsall canal and create up to 500 jobs is set to move a step closer....

  • Schools get involved with Droitwich restoration waterscape.com

    For two weeks during the summer term, nine local schools will be visiting the Droitwich Barge Canal to learn about why canals were built; what is important about them today; and about the canal restoration project in Droitwich....


Monday 18 June

Today's news from the web

  • Market site plans move ahead shropshirestar.co.uk

    A formal planning application has now been submitted by Oswestry-based firm J Ross Developments to rebuild Welshpool’s existing Smithfield Road market. The company wants to turn the market into a major town centre retail complex with a medium-sized supermarket, canal-side restaurant and parking. ...

  • IWA World Canals Conference a success waterscape.com

    Over 170 delegates, guests and volunteers attended the 2007 World Canals Conference hosted by the Inland Waterways Association (IWA) between 13-15 June in Liverpool....


Friday 15 June

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  • Touring canal theatre in Birmingham bromsgrove.standardtoday.co.uk

    Setting sail on an ambitious project this month is Birmingham Repertory Theatre as a unique new production set on and around the city's canals takes to the waterways....


Thursday 14 June

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