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Wednesday 18 November

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  • Becket's Park marina to go ahead northamptonchron.co.uk

    A SPECTACULAR 82-berth marina could be open in Northampton as early as February, after work on the Becket's Park development was unanimously approved. ...

  • £3.5m new centre bid for Dudley Tunnel dudleynews.co.uk

    Ambitious plans to create a multi-million pound learning and access hub at the Dudley Canal Tunnel have been unveiled alongside an appeal for public support. ...

  • Local views sought for K&A moorings waterscape.com

    British Waterways has this week launched the first stage in its new scheme to tackle congested mooring sites along the Kennet & Avon Canal in the Bath Valley, particularly from Bath to Bradford on Avon. ...


Tuesday 17 November

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Monday 16 November

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  • New bridge and footpath for Ship Canal messengernewspapers.co.uk

    A 170m-long decked walkway will be opened along the Manchester Ship Canal and Imperial War Museum North. It will be linked to the new BBC Media City development by a spectacular footbridge across the canal, which will soon be built. ...

  • IWA members plan historic Cressy re-enactment visitthames.co.uk

    2010 will be the Centenary of the birth of Tom Rolt and as part of the IWA’s celebrations, Ron & Mary Heritage from IWA Oxfordshire Branch will attempt to re-enact the iconic “Cressy” cruise, leaving Tooley’s Boatyard in Banbury at mid-day on 24 April 2010 in their narrowboat “Heron”. ...

  • Timothy West to open 2010 National visitthames.co.uk

    The Inland Waterways Association’s Festival Team is delighted to announce that Timothy West, CBE has kindly agreed to open their National Festival & Boat Show at Beale Park on the River Thames in 2010 -subject to filming commitments. ...

  • Ribble Link sculpture vandalised lep.co.uk

    Vandals have wrecked a second piece of public art along a Lancashire waterway. Lumps of the archway-style sculpture were found floating in the Ribble Link in Preston and the rest has been removed for "safety reasons". ...

  • British Waterways resist sell-off plans google.com

    British Waterways will resist any Treasury proposals to sell off £500 million worth of properties it owns alongside the nation's rivers and canals, chairman Tony Hales has indicated. ...


Friday 13 November

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Thursday 12 November

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  • Saturn awarded grant from National Historic Ships Register waterscape.com

    The Saturn Project has received a grant from the National Historic Ships Register towards the cost of the recent biennial docking and overhaul of the restored Shropshire Union fly boat, Saturn. ...

  • Thames could close during 2012 news.bbc.co.uk

    River users are concerned about plans to close the Thames for the duration of the rowing events at the 2012 Olympics. ...

  • Works ‘executed’ at Lincoln’s guillotine lock waterscape.com

    British Waterways has now begun essential engineering works in Lincoln city centre to ensure that a 200 year old lock on the River Witham can continue to be enjoyed by the thousands of people that visit every year. ...


Wednesday 11 November

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  • Council to take stake in £500m canal corridor plan thetelegraphandargus.co.uk

    Bradford Council regeneration chiefs are set to sign an agreement with a private company to create a £500 million development of homes, businesses and leisure between Bradford and Shipley. ...


Tuesday 10 November

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