Another new marina in doubt

Published: Monday, 10 August 2009

AFTER the refusal to grant planning permission for the new marina at Lantham on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, another seems in jeopardy, this time on the Stratford Canal.

Thieves who broke into boats jailed

Published: Monday, 10 August 2009

TWO thieves who altogether broke into 18 boats on the River Great Ouse were quickly caught and have both been jailed.

No marina for Lanhom

Published: Sunday, 09 August 2009

FOR the second time planning permission for a marina on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal at Lathom has been refused.

BW cause popular narrowboat café to close

Published: Thursday, 06 August 2009
REALISING the success of Lorraine Fox's venture with a narrowboat café, British Waterways have now put it out to tender, closing her down.

BW West Midlands get tough

Published: Wednesday, 05 August 2009

I have heard reports that BW West Midlands has a new mooring patrol officer walking the towpaths. The 'white shirt' in question has ruffled a few feathers of the continuous mooring brigade in the Fradley area in particular, I understand, writes Ralph Freeman.

More cash for Cotswold Canals

Published: Monday, 03 August 2009

THE restoration of the Cotswold Canals has received a further boost with an injection of £12 millions.

Boats in danger on the Ouse

Published: Monday, 03 August 2009

BOATS have been refused admission to the council owned basin on the Ouse in York, leaving them in danger when the river floods.

The new waterway units

Published: Monday, 03 August 2009
The names of the 11 new waterway units in England and Wales which will become operational from October have been announced.

Forensic experts examine lock death boat

Published: Saturday, 01 August 2009

FORENSIC experts have made a thorough examination of the narrowboat involved in the death of the woman in an Oxford Canal lock.

Government cuts BW grant by 16.7%

Published: Friday, 31 July 2009

THE Government has served British Waterways with a massive cut of the available grant in aid of nearly £10 millions for next year, which can only further exacerbate the worsening state of the waterways.