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Monday 27 July

Today's news from the web

  • Noise protest over Foulridge canal ‘bistro’ plans burnleycitizen.co.uk

    Angry Foulridge residents have hit out at plans for a late-night “bistro” next to the canal. An application has been submitted to Pendle Council to sell alcohol until 2am every day of the week at Cafe Cargo, on Foulridge Wharf, Colne. ...

  • Deaf holidaymakers' boat rescued getreading.co.uk

    Fire fighters were called out after youths untied a moored cruiser and sent it floating off down the River Thames on Friday night. ...

  • Costumed visitors at traditional boat rally henleystandard.co.uk

    The Thames Traditional Boat Rally at the weekend recorded one of the biggest attendances in the event’s history. ...


Thursday 23 July

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  • 12-year sentence for boat murder independent.co.uk

    A man who stabbed his partner and his best friend to death when he found them having sex on his canal boat was jailed for 12 years today. ...

  • Officials ask for patience over Cotswolds project stroudnewsandjournal.co.uk

    Project manager Paul Coupe said: "Our message to people is just be patient. We are trying to get people to understand that before starting the work there are literally hundreds of issues to manage." ...

  • Inclined plane or A-frame lift for Daventry? daventrytoday.co.uk

    A WORLD-FIRST boat lift design is one of two on the table for Daventry's proposed canal arm. ...

  • Full steam ahead for sale of historic boat berrowsjournal.co.uk

    A VICTORIAN pleasure steamer with links to Worcester’s river Severn history has been put up for sale – 30 years after being saved from the breaker’s yard. ...

  • Canal transport helps to repair railway epworthbells.co.uk

    Network Rail has also utilised the existing rail system and the nearby Stainforth and Keadby Canal to transport material, minimising impact on the surrounding road network. ...


Tuesday 21 July

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  • Waterways museum welcomes new manager waterscape.com

    The National Waterways Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of John Inch as General Manager of the National Waterways Museum Ellesmere Port. ...

  • Purton's forgotten hulks come to the BBC waterscape.com

    Following their national exposure on the BBC's geographical programme, 'Coast', the Purton Hulks are destined to make a welcome return to our television screens later in the autumn. ...

  • Budget cap costs River Thames police job news.bbc.co.uk

    A group of MPs has asked Surrey's Chief Constable to rethink cutting police cover on the River Thames. ...

  • Hydro-electric plant at Sawley Weir thisisderbyshire.co.uk

    A multimillion-pound hydro-electric plant powering 800 homes could be built in a Derbyshire weir. Two turbines would be installed in the River Trent, near Sawley Marina. ...

  • Queen takes in the ancient Swan Upping ceremony timesonline.co.uk

    The Queen became the first monarch in recorded history to take part in the annual Swan Upping ritual on the River Thames. ...

  • Monmouthshire locks being restored news.bbc.co.uk

    Volunteers are working at Bettws Lane Lock and Ty Ffynnon Lock on the lower section of the Crumlin Arm. ...

  • Man in court over canal killing news.bbc.co.uk

    A 72-year-old man has appeared in court accused of killing a 56-year-old found on a narrow boat in Lancashire. ...


Friday 17 July

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Thursday 16 July

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  • Aqueduct announced for Measham burtonmail.co.uk

    A former mining village would become ‘a tourist destination in its own right’ under ambitious plans for the next phase of the Ashby Canal restoration, the project officer for the scheme has said. ...


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