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Wednesday 3 September

Today's news from the web

  • Dog rescued from lock news.bbc.co.uk

    A dog is recovering at an animal hospital after he tumbled down a steep canal and got trapped behind a ladder. ...

  • Canal history celebrated crewechronicle.co.uk

    A FINAL exhibition and celebration of Middle- wich’s heritage is being planned at the Big Lock pub in October. ...

  • Watersports centre could gain marina thisisnottingham.co.uk

    It could be linked with the disused Grantham Canal and the River Trent, attracting boaters. A large hotel may also be built and a footbridge across the Trent could take walkers and cyclists to Colwick Park. ...

  • Boat ride for bored kids leightonbuzzardonline.co.uk

    Children living in Vimy Road, Linslade, were treated to a boat ride along the canal by the police on Thursday to help wave off summer boredom. ...


Tuesday 2 September

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Monday 1 September

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  • £1.9 million boost for Liverpool's waterfront nwda.co.uk

    Liverpool’s city centre waterfront is set to receive an investment of £1.9 million from the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) for a wide range of projects, including: the development of Canning Maritime Park as a visitor attraction in its own right, through a combination of landscaping improvements and new pedestrian bridges across the eastern end of the graving docks; and construction of mooring facilities at Salthouse Dock for boats entering the south docks via the new Leeds/Liverpool canal link. ...

  • Approval for new basin in Chesterfield cnplus.co.uk

    The first phase planning approval covers the creation of a 1,200 sq m canal basin which will form the terminus to the restored Chesterfield canal network. ...


Saturday 30 August

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  • Electric boat for Wey & Arun midhurstandpetworth.co.uk

    The Wey and Arun Canal Trust (WACT) will soon have a new 'green' passenger boat sailing its waters. ...

  • Cyclist turns his back on convention pressandjournal.co.uk

    This weekend a cyclist will perch precariously on the handlebars of his bike and will attempt to cycle along beside the Caledonian Canal while facing backwards....


Friday 29 August

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  • Canal fun ready to start shropshirestar.com

    Thousands of tourists are expected to visit Mid Wales and Shropshire over the next few weeks to help celebrate a national event and boost funds for the Montgomery Canal’s restoration. ...

  • Wildlife welcome in Montgomery regeneration waterscape.com

    Schoolchildren will apply the finishing touches to Shropshire's latest nature reserve by planting a small woodland copse to mark the official opening. ...

  • Canal festival ready for launch dailypost.co.uk

    Boaters from far and wide are heading to the Montgomery Canal Festival in Welshpool this weekend. ...


Thursday 28 August

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  • Waterbus for Bugsworth planned buxtonadvertiser.co.uk

    Visitors to Bugsworth Basin could soon be travelling in style under an ambitious scheme to run a waterbus between Whaley Bridge Basin and Bugsworth Basin on the Peak Forest Canal. ...

  • Apartments scheme at historic mill expressandstar.com

    An historic canalside mill may get a new lease of life as residential apartments. Plans to transform the Grade II listed Tolstons Mill at Fazeley may be backed by Lichfield District Council next week. ...

  • New waste plant could use canal transport liverpoolecho.co.uk

    Biossence have hit back saying transport by barge is a possibility after they signed an option with Peel Ports for the unloading of barges on the Manchester Ship canal. ...

  • Review threatens jobs at boatyard news.bbc.co.uk

    Up to 40 Broads boat building jobs are at risk after a firm announced it is to review operations in Norfolk and Suffolk. ...


Wednesday 27 August

Today's news from the web

  • Changes to BW's licence terms and conditions waterscape.com

    A number of changes to BW’s licence terms and conditions come into effect from mid-September. ...

  • Wigan canal water shortage wigantoday.net

    It's a little hard to believe given the weather of the past few months - but some tourists to Wigan are actually claiming there's a SHORTAGE of the wet stuff this summer. ...

  • BW apologises for locking up cave boatingbusiness.com

    After what is described as ‘a constructive meeting’ was held with the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal Society on Wednesday 14 August, BW apologised for the lack of consultation with the canal society over the installation of the door. ...


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