Victor: I told you so!

Published: Saturday, 20 July 2019

IT WAS a fortnight ago that I told you the Wheaton Aston Lock bottom gate cill was buggered, and so it has proved.

Boaters furious at CaRT's new spending spree for visitors

Published: Friday, 19 July 2019

IN THE 19 years that narrowboatworld has been published we have never had so many complaints about CaRT's ludicrous spending.

Terms state boat licence must be displayed

Published: Friday, 19 July 2019

IN THE article 'Those boats should be licenced', writes Bill Ridgeway.

Boater antics

Published: Friday, 19 July 2019

OUR Keith Gudgin tells about the antics of the trend nowadays of speeding boaters.

Licence should be displayed

Published: Thursday, 18 July 2019

I agree that checks should be made on the website as listed by Neil, but the fact remains that it is a byelaw to display a current licence, writes Kevin McNiff.

Should welcome volunteers

Published: Thursday, 18 July 2019

THERE appears to be a perception amongst many of your contributors that help at locks from volunteers is an entitlement and when they are not there, then have a go at Cart for not providing them, writes Steve Watson.

Those boats could be licenced

Published: Thursday, 18 July 2019

IT IS often a favourite past-time of many boaters to complain about all the unlicenced boats on the system and castigate CaRT into the process, writes Neil Quarmby.

Planning permission at last for Wigan Pier

Published: Thursday, 18 July 2019

PLANS have at last been accepted for the transformation of the old industrial buildings at Wigan Pier to be regenerated.

Council want to demolish biodiversity site it created

Published: Thursday, 18 July 2019

A GROUP of local residents have set up a website to tell their story and fight to save a small triangular green piece of land by the Regent's Canal.

No CaRT help for ill and exhausted single-hander

Published: Wednesday, 17 July 2019

LAST Thursday I phoned CaRT to ask for assisted passage through the remainder of the Cheshire Locks and how to contact Volunteer Lock Keepers, writes Amy Dickerson.