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Tuesday 30 June

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  • Olympic waste transported by water letsrecycle.com

    Waste from the Olympic Park has started being transported for recycling by water instead of road under a deal between the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and waste management contractor Veolia Environmental Services. ...

  • Dragonboats battle on Birmingham canal and raise thousands for charity birminghammail.net

    Hundreds of onlookers gathered to watch as bankers, developers and firemen battled it out on Birmingham’s canals in the city’s annual Dragon Boat Race. ...


Monday 29 June

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Friday 26 June

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  • Chancellor opens canal festival edinburghnews.scotsman.com

    Chancellor Alistair Darling will mark the official opening of the inaugural Edinburgh Canal Festival, which sets sail in Fountainbridge tomorrow morning with the city's third annual Raft Race. ...

  • Wigan marina plans dropped wigantoday.net

    One aspect of the original plan – the creation of a marina running off the Leeds and Liverpool Canal – has had to go by the wayside because developers could not reach an agreement with British Waterways. This has now been replaced by a large water feature. ...


Thursday 25 June

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  • Team to tackle canal vandals eastwoodadvertiser.co.uk

    Neighbourhood officers in Langley Mill are encouraging people to become involved in the area's Canal Boat Watch. ...

  • Chance to explore town canals droitwichadvertiser.co.uk

    With so many dramatic changes to the landscape in and around Droitwich people are now being invited to explore the development of the newly created 21 mile cruising ring before its grand opening in 2010. ...

  • River trip ended in a bloodbath readingchronicle.co.uk

    These are the horrific injuries inflicted on a canoeist on a quiet evening on the River Kennet when a harmless day out turned into a bloodbath. ...

  • TV historian backs mill restoration waterscape.com

    Tv presenter Dan Cruickshank is fronting a campaign to restore the machinery in a historic watermill located on the outskirts of the Olympic park in Bromley-by-Bow, east London. ...


Wednesday 24 June

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  • Crack found on Grand Western Canal middevonstar.co.uk

    A TEN-METER tension crack has been discovered on the Grand Western Canal near the swing bridge at Halberton near Tiverton. ...

  • Worcester & Birmingham "under threat" berrowsjournal.co.uk

    Lowesmoor and the Worcester and Birmingham canal running through the city have both been categorised as ‘at risk’ in a new report released yesterday by national body English Heritage. ...

  • Bidding to bring wildlife back to the River Trent thisislincolnshire.co.uk

    Heritage trails, new wetland habitats and even a rare cattle breed could be introduced into the Trent Valley around Gainsborough. But the ambitious £2.7m project rests on securing £1.7m in Heritage Lottery Fund cash. ...


Tuesday 23 June

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  • River Thames boating campaign boatingbusiness.com

    The Thames Boating Trades Association (TBTA) has launched ‘Discover Your Thames Week’, which will take place from 11-19 July 2009. ...

  • Beale Park a success - despite the rain boatingbusiness.com

    Organisers of the Beale Park Thames Boat Show are celebrating another successful year as the three day event attracted more than 5,500 visitors - despite the rain which threatened the show from the outset. ...

  • Stourport basins project vies for Lottery cash kidderminstershuttle.co.uk

    Restoration of Stourport’s Canal Basins is one of only 10 projects to make it through to the semi-finals in the Best Heritage Project category of the National Lottery Awards, an annual search to find the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects. ...


Monday 22 June

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  • The wonder of Reading Water Fest getreading.co.uk

    The Kennetside came alive on Saturday when dozens of boaters and families celebrated 20 years of Water Fest. ...

  • News awaited of Pontcysyllte World Heritage bid eveningleader.co.uk

    Campaigners behind a six-year-long bid to get the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct listed as a World Heritage Site could find out on Friday whether they have been successful. ...

  • Great Ouse clean-up in Huntingdon peterboroughtoday.co.uk

    Volunteers are needed for the latest river clean-up operation in Huntingdon. The event has been organised for July 1, as part of an ongoing campaign to promote river clear-ups in the Huntingdonshire area. ...


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