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Thursday 8 October

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  • Boaters take to water to clean up city oxfordmail.co.uk

    Boaters will be setting off on Saturday to give Oxford’s waterways an autumn clean. ...

  • BW should pay compensation, says Market Drayton mayor shropshirestar.com

    Market Drayton’s mayor today called on canal bosses to give compensation to businesses hit by a slump in trade while work to repair a leak is carried out. ...

  • Slow boats to Stratford waterscape.com

    British Waterways (BW) and the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation (LTGDC) have launched their search for an operator to run a new commercial boating base at Limehouse Basin, which will include a waterbus service to the Olympic Park. ...

  • Boater stops pleasure cruiser from drifting away berrowsjournal.co.uk

    A PLEASURE cruiser illegally moored on the riverside in Worcester could have been swept away when someone untied it. ...

  • Lottery boost for Trent Vale waterscape.com

    The Trent Vale Landscape Partnership has received approval for its £2.8m scheme from the Heritage Lottery Fund, to benefit parishes along the River Trent from Newark to Gainsborough....

  • St Mary's Marina extension plan considered osadvertiser.co.uk

    An application to extend a Rufford marina will be discussed by West Lancashire Borough Council’s planning committee tonight. The owners of St Mary’s Marina want to create 56 additional moorings and car parking facilities for an extra 26 cars at their Diamond Jubilee Road site. ...

  • Urgent work needed to repair Burnley's canalside thisislancashire.co.uk

    Urgent repair works are need to preserve some of Burnley's most historic canalside landmarks, which are in danger of collapse, according to town hall conservationists. ...

  • Ian Gill protests over British waterways plans to move him on in Bath thisisbath.co.uk

    A man who lives in a canal boat with no engine has covered it in banners and petitions in protest at efforts by waterways officials to move him on. Ian Gill, 48, who has lived on the Kennet and Avon Canal around Bath for more than 15 years, has had his boat licence revoked after British Waterways complained he was not moving far enough. ...


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Thursday 1 October

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  • Camden Lock Jumpers Cause Concern londonist.com

    Businesses around the Camden section of Regent's Canal are being provided with throwlines following worries over drunkards jumping into the water. ...


Wednesday 30 September

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  • Ulster Canal Regeneration Supported 4ni.co.uk

    Calls to regenerate the Ulster Canal have been backed by senior Stormont representatives. ...

  • Anglers to fight plans for otter park between Northwich and Winsford midcheshirechronicle.co.uk

    Anglers are leading calls to scrap plans for an otter park in Mid Cheshire. The Chronicle revealed in April that proposals had been floated for the creation of ‘natural habitat’ for the iconic river-dwellers along a stretch of the Weaver linking Northwich and Winsford. ...

  • Crossrail confirms plans to move five million tonnes of spoil via Thames nce.co.uk

    Crossrail has today confirmed that more than five million tonnes of material excavated from the project will be transported by boat along the Thames for use in landscaping projects including the creation of a new nature reserve at Wallasea Island in Essex. ...

  • Rugby club move blasted burtonmail.co.uk

    A CANAL society has hit out at Burton Rugby Club’s move to a mooring site in Branston. ...


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