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PUBLISHED: 14:57 07 April 2014 | UPDATED: 14:57 07 April 2014

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The Inland Waterways Association does a great job campaigning locally and nationally for all waterways users and now you can become a member for free by subscribing to Canal Boat magazine.

IWA membership, which normally costs £31.20 (£25.20 for over 65s) gives you the IWA Waterways Magazine, four times a year, regular information (magazines and newsletters) from your local IWA branch/region, provides lectures, events and social get-togethers, a wide range of waterway books, maps, guides, DVDs and other merchandise by mail order, plus there are exclusive discounts and special offers for members.


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