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Wednesday 19 March

Today's news from the web

  • End of towpath for canal festival tamesideadvertiser.co.uk

    Tameside canals festival which celebrated its 30th anniversary last year will be sailing into the sunset. ...

  • British Waterways to purchase fishing and shooting rights at Tring Reservoirs waterscape.com

    British Waterways (BW) have reached an agreement with Tring Park Estates to purchase the fishing and shooting rights at Tring Reservoirs. ...

  • We name this barge tottenhamjournal.co.uk

    British Waterways unveiled the business barges at a ceremony at Tottenham Hale Wharf, on the River Lee Navigation, where they will be permanently moored. ...

  • Big lorry grounds on Hopwas Bridge grannybuttons.com

    Mike Moorse on Guelrose yesterday posted photos of a large crane (or is is excavator?) that grounded on the humpback bridge in Hopwas (location here), next to his mooring....

  • Vision for transport includes river power getreading.co.uk

    Reading is blessed by having two major rivers running through it. The Thames and the Kennet (Kennet and Avon Canal) are under-used resources for transporting both people and goods and could provide an enjoyable alternative to driving. ...

  • £10,000 for Daniel Adamson thisischeshire.co.uk

    An historic tugboat which was based in Runcorn for more than 60 years has received a £10,000 grant from Halton Council to restore it to its former glory. ...


Tuesday 18 March

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  • Plans To Transform Eyesore Hyndburn Gateway lancashireeveningtelegraph.co.uk

    New homes, restaurants, cafes, offices and shops are to be built as part of a major transformation of the Leeds & Liverpool canal area in Church. ...

  • icCheshireOnline - Good Friday return of historic narrowboat iccheshireonline.icnetwork.co.uk

    The restored Shropshire Union Fly-boat Saturn – the only remaining narrowboat of its type in the world – is on her way to the annual Easter Boat Gathering at the National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port. ...


Monday 17 March

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Friday 14 March

Today's news from the web

  • Ex-BW HQ snapped up by flat buyers easier.com

    Willow Grange is considered one of the most desirable sites in Watford and buyers of the first release of properties, who all live locally, lost no time in securing their favourite plots, despite there being no showhome available to view until April. ...

  • Neath Canal part of town regeneration newswales.co.uk

    This is a key area of Neath which is in need of a major overhaul and the canal which passes through the site is considered a major component of future plans. ...

  • Stonehenge for Crick daventrytoday.co.uk

    Stones could be transported to the site by canal....

  • Member appointed to British Waterways board waterscape.com

    Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change, Stewart Stevenson today announced the appointment of a new member to the British Waterways Board. ...

  • Boat-builders pull a pint to renovated pub thebusinessdesk.com

    A COMPANY which was originally established as a boat-builder has opened a canal-side pub. ...

  • Driffield Navigation funding blow naffertontoday.co.uk

    The loss of almost £1m in funding for Driffield Navigation has left homes in the path of danger, a leading supporter of the waterway has warned. ...


Thursday 13 March

Today's news from the web

  • Walkers Will See Progress Of Canal Work thisiswiltshire.co.uk

    A chance to see locks and dry docks, lost in undergrowth for 100 years is being offered to families, youth and sports clubs ready to raise money for the region's canals. ...

  • Falkirk Kelpie boat-lift still £8m short falkirkherald.co.uk

    A PLEA for a £5 million funding boost for Falkirk's innovative Helix project will be made to the Scottish Government next week. ...


Wednesday 12 March

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  • Cash Flows Into Ulster Canal 4ni.co.uk

    A €35 Million restoration of a stretch of the Ulster Canal from Upper Lough Erne to Clones has been formally announced among other details of works to be completed by Waterways Ireland. The Republic's Community and Rural Affairs Minister Eamon Ó' Cuív yesterday announced that funding for the project is coming from the €75m allocated to canals infrastructure under the Irish National Development Plan, 2007-2013. ...

  • Sandbags plug storm leak in canal news.bbc.co.uk

    Powerful storm waves wrenched one of the Bude Canal's outer lock gates off its fixings on Monday. ...

  • Roll up for Standedge's boat trips this weekend waterscape.com

    British Waterways Yorkshire is opening its Standedge site at Marsden, near Huddersfield on Saturday, 15 March for the new 2008 season – right in the middle of British Tourism Week. ...


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