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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. ...

  • Thomas Telford to star at Pontcysyllte event leaderlive.co.uk

    Thomas Telford himself will be on hand to see that a major celebration of one of his most famous engineering feats goes according to plan on Saturday. ...


Tuesday 29 September

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  • Local businesses bemoan Shroppie closure shropshirestar.com

    A leaky canal which runs through Shropshire has led to a “terrible loss of trade”, it was claimed today . ...

  • Baby-grow allotments for first time gardeners waterscape.com

    British Waterways has today gifted over 2,000 sq m of land alongside the Grand Union Canal in West London to local group, The Charity of William Hobbayne, as part of an initiative to encourage first-time allotment holders. ...

  • Re-opening of Mon & Brec takes top spot waterscape.com

    The overall winner of the Waterways Excellence Awards 2009 is the project that has seen the repair and re-opening of the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal. ...

  • British Waterways fined £100k over diver's death telegraph.co.uk

    David Moore, 29, died while he was examining an underwater section of wall at a lock on the River Severn five years ago and it burst. ...

  • New marina planned for Northampton northamptonchron.co.uk

    A formal application for a new 82-berth marina in Becket's Park in Northampton has been submitted to the West Northamptonshire Development Corporation (WNDC). The plans were put forward by the borough council yesterday, ahead of a public consultation, and the authority has said it hoped the new site could be completed as early as March 2011. ...

  • New Scheme To Fit Bells To Bikes Given Ringing Endorsement westyorkshire.police.uk

    A scheme to make cyclists and pedestrians safer by fitting bells to bikes has been given a ringing endorsement by Neighbourhood Police. The Eccleshill Neighbourhood Police Team and Bradford Council are to give free bells to cyclists using the towpath near Dobson Lock on Wednesday September 30 as part of a new safety scheme. ...

  • Boating Business: Maintenance failure halts canal business boatingbusiness.com

    Horse-drawn cruise boat company Bywater Holiday Cruises has stopped operations on the restored section of the Montgomery Canal around Welshpool in Central Wales writes Harry Arnold. ...


Wednesday 23 September

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  • Canal life from 100 years ago dudleynews.co.uk

    Two centenarian canal boats will be reunited at the Black Country Living Museum this weekend. The Tipton Road museum will be hosting the Historic Boaters’ Gathering in which the 101 year-old tunnel tug, Sharpness will moor alongside the 100-year-old President. ...


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