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Thursday 3 June

Today's news from the web

  • Peel Ports acquires Ellesmere Port site logisticsmanager.com

    Peel Ports, owner of Port of Liverpool and Manchester Ship Canal, has bought the former site of the Bridgewater Paper Company at Ellesmere Port which it plans to develop for port-related uses. ...


Wednesday 2 June

Today's news from the web

  • Arrest over 'drink driving on Blackburn canal bank' lancashiretelegraph.co.uk

    A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving a motorbike along a canalside in Blackburn. ...

  • Lune memories sought lep.co.uk

    Memories and stories about a listed Lancashire aqueduct are being sought for a new lottery bid. British Waterways has been awarded £50,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to undertake a study of the Lune Aqueduct, as part of plans to develop the Lancaster Canal as a visitor attraction. ...

  • Boat safety week underway witneygazette.co.uk

    Boaters are being warned to get smoke alarms fitted or face rapidly spreading fires which could prove fatal. ...

  • Yobs risk lives at Stourbridge 'jewel' stourbridgenews.co.uk

    A spate of attacks at The Bonded Warehouse by youths hiding in a derelict house near the tourist attraction has left members of Stourbridge Navigation Trust angry and frustrated. ...

  • Community centre to finally go up in Jericho? oxfordmail.co.uk

    Oxford residents fighting for a new community centre for more than a decade are set to win outline planning permission for their scheme. The proposed site in the heart of Jericho consists of a small part of the Jericho boatyard site and city council-owned garages in Dawson Place. ...

  • Houseboat owners on Driffield Canal told to leave moorings due to planning breach thisishullandeastriding.co.uk

    Houseboat owners are being forced off their moorings on an East Yorkshire waterway. Planners say they are in breach of planning guidelines on Driffield Canal at Hempholme, near Brandesburton. ...


Friday 28 May

Today's news from the web

  • Vote for your favourite Thames lockie visitthames.co.uk

    Good customer service along the River Thames is to be recognised by two new waterways awards launched this week by the Environment Agency. Voting opens on Friday (28 May) for the 'Best Kept Lock Site' and 'Say it With a Smile' awards. River users and other members of the public who visit the rural River Thames between Lechlade and Teddington are being asked to vote. ...

  • River cruiser's trip to Dunkirk getreading.co.uk

    Passenger boat the Devon Belle left the River Thames at Caversham for foreign shores to mark the 70th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation. The boat, owned by Tim Deaton of Thames River Cruise, set off from Ramsgate yesterday along with around 60 other boats and ships to make the crossing. ...

  • Canals reopen after blaze halifaxcourier.co.uk

    Calderdale has escaped huge river pollution after a massive chemical blaze. But an area from Cooper Bridge, near Brighouse, out towards the North Sea could suffer long-term damage to fish stocks and wildlife. ...

  • Warwickshire villagers campaigning against marina plans birminghampost.net

    Battlelines have been drawn over plans for a £1 million marina development in the Warwickshire countryside. ...

  • Public given chance to comment on ambitious canal plans wiltshiretimes.co.uk

    A public consultation on proposals to restore the Wilts and Berks Canal and create a new link with the Kennet and Avon Canal near Melksham is under way. ...

  • Horseshoe Falls welcomes public back waterscape.com

    A quirky piece of North Wales waterways heritage on the Llangollen Canal is set to receive visitors again by popular demand – just weeks after people flocked to its first ever public opening. The historic valve house controls waterflow between the River Dee and Llangollen Canal at Horseshoe Falls. Yet despite having stood as silent guardian over the scene for over 60 years, its interior remained a mystery to local people and visitors alike until its first public airing in May this year. ...

  • Thames due to reopen after rapid repairs witneygazette.co.uk

    Boaters are expected to be able to resume journeys down the River Thames on Saturday after engineers worked round the clock to repair broken lock gates. ...

  • Becket's Park marina - work begins visitanglianwaterways.co.uk

    Northampton's Becket's Park marina continues to take shape this week as construction of the moorings begins. ...


Wednesday 26 May

Today's news from the web

  • Call for 'right to roam' to help recession-hit towns news.bbc.co.uk

    Demos wants the "right to roam" - introduced 10 years ago to open up the UK countryside - to be extended to towns and cities. British Waterways, which manages docks, rivers and canals, is backing the call....

  • Row, row, row my boat? Not for much longer . . . northamptonchron.co.uk

    A pensioner has accused the developers of the Becket's Park marina of "trying to wipe out recreational rowing in the town" after being evicted from the boathouse. ...


Tuesday 25 May

Today's news from the web

  • Perfect weather for Moira Canal Festival burtonmail.co.uk

    Hundreds of people enjoyed the blistering early summer heat in Moira over the weekend to celebrate the 10th birthday of the village’s popular canal festival. ...

  • 'Imbeciles' condemned for vandalism at Three Rise Locks, Bingley thetelegraphandargus.co.uk

    Vandals have been condemned for daubing political graffiti at the canalside in Bingley, in protest at the change of Government. ...

  • Salford port scheme given go-ahead englandsnorthwest.com

    A new scheme that will see a £400 million port constructed in Salford has been given the go-ahead. The facility, which will provide five container berths for cargo ships, is likely to create as many as 2,000 jobs and will reduce the amount of freight on the northwest's roads by doubling traffic on the Manchester Ship Canal. ...


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