A £2.5m lock flight and aqueduct repair job has scooped an award at the Canal & River Trust’s annual Waterways Alive Awards.
The Canal & River Trust has appointed four voluntary chairs to the charity’s new regional advisory boards for an initial term of three years.
Cheshire’s flight of 12 locks at Bosley on the Macclesfield Canal has been given a £240,000 facelift by the Canal & River Trust.
The Canal & River Trust has been criticised for not addressing widebeam boat and continuous cruising problems in its licence review consultation.
The Canal & River Trust has submitted a formal petition against the High Speed 2 Phase 2a Hybrid Bill.
Boaters and canoeists can benefit from a new £80,000 pontoon at Wigan, courtesy of a joint project between the Canal & River Trust and its Desmond Family Canoe Trail programme.
The Canal & River Trust is to raise private and business boat licence fees by 3% next year.
Regeneration of Britain’s first industrial canal looks certain thanks to a new partnership set up to protect the waterway in the future.
The Waterways Ombudsman’s latest report reveals that non-Trust related waterways complaints are up.
Acton Swing Bridge, near Northwich, is to reopen after a six month, £1.5m programme to repair and strengthen the bridge deck.
The Canal & River Trust’s latest Boat Owners’ Views survey shows that boaters satisfaction with its waterways has increased in the past year.
The Canal & River Trust, which looks after the Lancaster Canal, has worked in partnership with Thurnham Parish Council to complete a £25,000 project to transform the gateway into Lancaster’s 230-year old Glasson Dock.
The Canal & River Trust has requested feedback on its recently published draft winter maintenance programme for 2017-18.
License evasion on the Canal & River Trust’s waterways has reduced by over the past 12 months according to its annual national boat count.
The Canal & River Trust is inviting boaters to express an interest in being part of workshops that will form stage two of its three stage national licensing consultation.
The Canal & River Trust is developing a London Mooring Strategy to address the challenges and opportunities of boating in the Capital.
The Canal & River Trust has appointed North East waterway manager Jon Horsfall as its interim head of boating.
HS2 could have a potentially serious impact on several of England’s canals.
That’s according to the Canal & River Trust in its response to the Government’s consultation on the next phase of the high-speed rail line.
Seventy-three Canal & River Trust staff have undergone customer service training in a collaboration with Visit England and Welcome to Excellence.
The Canal & River Trust is to carry out independent consultation regarding boat licenses on its waterways.
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