Scottish Canals have made a deal with three hireboat operators...
Serious contamination was discovered, delaying the process
The Thames, the Lee, the Grand Union and the Regent weren’t the capital’s only waterways. A team from the London Canal Museum has been tracking down the rest of the city’s canals...
The Inland Waterways Association has joined other organisations in opposing higher licence fees for ‘continuous cruisers’ without home moorings
The Canal & River Trust has put in a formal request to the Government to transfer the Thames, Nene, Great Ouse, Medway and other Environment Agency rivers to CRT – to a mixed response from user groups
Graffiti attacks on historic waterway structures represent 50 percent of all vandalism incidents - and cost a lot to remove!
A switch-around at the Canal & River Trust has seen the departure of one director and changes in the responsibilities of another four
Despite a delay, the parliamentary process to introduce boat licences on the Middle Level Navigations is back on track
The Llangollen Canal’s Chirk Tunnel is inspected every three years
East Yorkshire’s Pocklington Canal restoration has been rather a ‘stop / go’ project over the years. But now things are finally coming together, with a reopening in prospect
There are some impressive plans for restoring the Derby Canal - including a remarkable boat lift - but now, the Canal Trust believes it’s on the point of turning them into physical progress
One end is in rural Derbyshire, the other in the heart of Manchester, but both canals form a vital link in the Cheshire Ring - and some attractive cruising too
With the Cheshire Plain on one side and the Peak District hills on the other, the Macclesfield provides glorious views, splendid old mills, and a rhyme about a bear...
Following another successful Braunston Historic Narrowboat Rally this summer, we’ve put together a walk with a choice of distances, all of which take in this village at the heart of the canal system
A group based in East Anglia faced a race against time to save a historic lock from collapsing – and this summer, volunteers working there found themselves struggling against the tide too...
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