As the emergency closure to rebuild a lock wall at Marple extends to over seven months, we take an in-depth look at what happened, and what’s being done to repair it and prevent it happening again
Finsley Gate Wharf in Burnley, along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal is set to be revived
Owners of widebeam craft will be paying more for licences than narrrowboaters following the Canal & River Trust’s licensing review
Advance tickets holders save 15% on the entry price and children aged 16 years and under receive free entry on all three days of the show
The parliamentary Bill which would for the first time require boats using the Middle Level Navigations to pay registration charges, has moved a stage closer to becoming law
A royal reconnection took place to mark completion of Cotswold Canals restoration from Brimscombe to Stonehouse
Scottish Canals have made a deal with three hireboat operators...
Serious contamination was discovered, delaying the process
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
A reduction in the size of the CRT’s team of executive directors has been followed by news of further cuts at the highest levels
The BBC programme was first aired in May 2017
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
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