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10 pubs on the River Wey Navigation

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

We have gathered 10 great pubs to visit along the River Wey Navigation

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The Wey & Arun Canal Trust is enlisting the help of 1,000 tiny bugs to help control an invasive water fern which can threaten other canal life

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A new transport corridor to connect the HS2 high speed railway to Derby may scupper the Derby & Sandiacre Canal Trust's plans to reopen the Derby Canal, unless a more expensive option for the link is chosen

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The CRT has launched its 'prospectus for London', highlighting the ways that its waterways can contribute to "good growth, prosperity and wellbeing"

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We have gathered some great pubs on the Stourport Ring (part 2) to complement our cruise guide

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After spending the first part of this varied Midland circuit amid quiet rural scenery, this month we head through the Black Country and Birmingham before returning to the countryside again

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Figures from the Canal & River Trust indicate that Britain's waterways would be free of plastic if every visitor to the canals did this one thing

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Ditch the boat and follow the footsteps of King Offa along the ancient earthworks which created Welsh border country. Daniel Parry set out on a four-hour foray in the hills

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Why is a highways body supporting a canal restoration to the tune of £4m? We follow the story of the M5 motorway and the 'Missing Mile'...

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The Angling Trust and CRT have announced the details of their Let's Fish! angling participation campaign for 2019

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June 2019

How the canals are preparing for the UK's new high speed railway

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June 2019

The death of a young boy who fell from the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct leads Steve to question who is responsible

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May 2019

A possible 'facilities payment' for boaters on London's waterways is among the IWA's proposals for dealing with pressure on the capital's canals and rivers

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May 2019

An inquest into a fatal fall from the aqueduct on the Llangollen Canal in 2016 has recorded the death as 'misadventure'

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May 2019

Canal crimewaves are few and far between but it makes sense to consider a few prudent precautions... and a watchdog on board helps, says Neil Barnett

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April 2019

Vandalism resulting in a flood causing damage to local businesses has resulted in lock hours limits on the L&L

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The Great Ouse systsem combines an attractive upper river navigation; a typical straight, wide Fenland waterway; and a whole series of tributaries, all with their own character

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January 2019

A 1960s amphibious car and numerous canoes and kayaks and other small craft took to the water to mark the opening of the slipway

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Stephen Dowsett could have driven and been there in under five hours. Instead he decided to cruise his 45ft trad stern 'Quidlibet' to visit his daughter, starting from the Rivery Wey in Surrey, a return journey of over 600 miles and 300 locks

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October 2018

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