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Thursday 30 July

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  • Police raid Brentford houseboat yourlocalguardian.co.uk

    Police raided a Brentford houseboat and found £5,000 worth of stolen solar panels. ...

  • Horseboat Maria makes a visit to the Rochdale canal rochdaleonline.co.uk

    The horseboat Maria is making a special trip along the Rochdale Canal on her return home after attending the Rochdale Canal Festival during July. She will be making a full passage of the 33 miles of the Rochdale Canal from Sowerby Bridge to Manchester city centre. ...

  • Boat owners in Castle Mills Lock mooring row thepress.co.uk

    Council bosses have been criticised for leaving boat owners in potential danger when the River Ouse floods. Under present legislation, boat owners wishing to moor overnight in the basin at Castle Mills Lock in York require planning permission from City of York Council. ...


Wednesday 29 July

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  • Michaela Strachan presents canal Green Flag award middevonstar.co.uk

    The Grand Western Canal Country Park has received a coveted Green Flag, which recognises the best green spaces in the country. ...

  • Peel Port's £400m Investment In Port Salford In Manchester news.sky.com

    More staff will be required on the Manchester ship canal due to the increased number of ships transporting the cargos to and from the sea at Eastham, on the Wirral. ...

  • Liverpool port plans suspended liverpooldailypost.co.uk

    Peel Holdings’ ambitious £100m plan to turn Liverpool into a world superport has been put on hold – even though the group has given the go-ahead for a new £400m dock and multi-modal exchange in Greater Manchester. ...

  • Boat sinks in Stanstead Abbotts hertfordshiremercury.co.uk

    A DAY hire boat sank in Stanstead Abbotts at lunchtime today (Wednesday July 29), with rescue crews currently working to pump it out. ...

  • Park & float sets sail for school holidays waterscape.com

    Following a hugely successful pilot trial on spring Bank Holiday weekend, Doncaster's first ‘Park & Float’ scheme will be cruising down the River Don each Sunday throughout August to some of the Borough’s finest tourist spots. ...


Tuesday 28 July

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  • Workers clean up Walsall’s waterways expressandstar.com

    Workers made redundant in the recession are helping clear up Walsall’s waterways as part of a community scheme aimed at helping them back into jobs. The group have been busy painting lock gates and bridges as well as litter picking along the Birchills stretch of Walsall Canal. ...

  • Wayward lorry makes a big splash expressandstar.com

    Two refuse workers had to scramble to safety when their lorry toppled into a canal in a Staffordshire village. Both men escaped unharmed, as the lorry slid on to its side and was partly submerged. The drama happened in Ivy Court, Acton Trussell, at about 2.30pm yesterday. ...


Monday 27 July

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  • Llangollen Canal breach waterscape.com

    At approximately 6am on Monday 27 July the Llangollen Canal suffered a breach at Grindley Brook. Traffic at this point of the canal has been temporarily suspended and British Waterways has contacted customers, hire boat bases and residents from two local homes which were affected. ...

  • Dutch vandals chuck tiny Smart cars in Amsterdam canals thesun.co.uk

    Smart car owners have been left Smarting over a new craze — for chucking their motors into canals. ...

  • New business takes a punt on East London waterscape.com

    British Waterways licenses the capital's first punts on the Regent's Canal in East London today. The new hire service in Mile End offers visitors an unusual way to enjoy the historic canal, get closer to the waterway environment, and learn the quintessentially English skill of punting. ...

  • Feasibility Study into Lichfield Canal is unveiled thelichfieldblog.co.uk

    The Lichfield and Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust has launched its Feasibility Study for the Lichfield Canal. The Study was commissioned from engineering consultants W.S. Atkins and sets out an achievable route for the Lichfield Canal from Ogley Junction, Brownhills to Huddlesford Junction, Whittington. ...

  • Noise protest over Foulridge canal ‘bistro’ plans burnleycitizen.co.uk

    Angry Foulridge residents have hit out at plans for a late-night “bistro” next to the canal. An application has been submitted to Pendle Council to sell alcohol until 2am every day of the week at Cafe Cargo, on Foulridge Wharf, Colne. ...

  • Deaf holidaymakers' boat rescued getreading.co.uk

    Fire fighters were called out after youths untied a moored cruiser and sent it floating off down the River Thames on Friday night. ...

  • Costumed visitors at traditional boat rally henleystandard.co.uk

    The Thames Traditional Boat Rally at the weekend recorded one of the biggest attendances in the event’s history. ...


Thursday 23 July

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  • 12-year sentence for boat murder independent.co.uk

    A man who stabbed his partner and his best friend to death when he found them having sex on his canal boat was jailed for 12 years today. ...


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