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Get set for Crick Boat Show 2017

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

From Saturday 27th - Monday 29th May, Crick Boat Show is back

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Boats on the canals are suffering more often from engine, fuel and electrical faults, judging from the number of callouts to breakdown specialists River Canal Rescue

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The BBC’s Close Calls on Camera will air on 16th May

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A fund-raising appeal for restoration of the Montgomery Canal has been launched with a target of £250,000

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Tidal Thames narrowboat tips

Thursday, May 11, 2017

These tips can help narrowboaters who want to tackle the tidal Thames through London

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New canal boating boss appointed

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

A new Head of Boating has been appointed to take charge of the Canal & River Trust’s review of boat licensing

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The Canal & River Trust is calling on inland waterways boaters to review parts of its boat licensing system

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The inaugral Boats in Bloom Awards by Canal & River Trust celebrates people bringing the waterways to life with plants and flowers

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The £20m restoration of a four-mile ‘missing link’ to connect the Cotswold Canals to the rest of the national waterways network has moved forward, with the announcement of support by the Canal & River Trust

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Legacy left to Inland Waterways Association by former honorary engineer Tony Harrison benefits four canals in particular

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TV ‘barging’ boosts boat hire

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Channel 5’s Celebrity Carry on Barging has boosted canal holiday bookings

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How will the new HS2 high speed railway affect the Trent & Mersey Canal?

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Join a canal boat crew and learn the ropes at this year’s National Canal Boating Open Day with free trips on skippered narrowboats

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A waterways festival is to be held in East London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to mark the reopening of the unique Carpenter’s Road Lock, the final link in the area’s waterways network

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After yet another ‘bridge bash’ resulting in damage to a historic structure, the Canal & River trust has renewed its appeal to road vehicle drivers to slow down and pay more attention when crossing old canal bridges.

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