Most leaking lock—6

Published: Wednesday, 13 October 2021

ONE thing is for sure there will be no way to decide which is the most leaking lock!

Breach closes 44 miles of Leeds & Liverpool Canal

Published: Monday, 11 October 2021

STILL adding to the woes of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal a major breach at Rishton between bridges 109 and 110 has closed the four flights from Barrowford to Wigan—a total of 44 miles, Keith Gudgin reports.

Leeds & Liverpool most likely closed until Easter

Published: Monday, 11 October 2021

THE ongoing problem with lock 31 on the Leeds & Liverpool means it will be closed for 'several months'.

A 'heaven' for muggers and the like

Published: Monday, 11 October 2021

BY NO LONGER mowing to the waters' edge, CaRT is creating a 'heaven' for muggers and the like, writes Alice Trenhale.

Call for boaters to disobey CaRT's 'no mooring' restrictions

Published: Monday, 11 October 2021

THERE is a call from the National Bargee Travellers Association (NBTA) for boaters to disobey Canal & River Trust's 'no mooring' restrictions on the Lee Navigation.

Boater injured stepping onto unmown towpath

Published: Friday, 08 October 2021

THE National Association of Boat owners (NABO) too is concerned about CaRT's mowing plans.

Young girl pushed into canal and friend sexually assaulted

Published: Friday, 08 October 2021

THE towpaths are fast becoming no-go areas in certain areas, as a girl is pushed into the canal whilst her friend was sexually assaulted.

NABO asks you tell it like it is on the Thames

Published: Friday, 08 October 2021

THE National Association of Boat Owners (NABO) is asking boaters to give their experiences of boating on the Thames,

Did Coronavirus finished them?

Published: Friday, 08 October 2021

I HOPE you will not mind me remarking upon the matter of the internet waterway publications that Victor told had 'bit the dust', writes James Henry.

'Chain gangs' a risk too far

Published: Thursday, 07 October 2021

I DOUBT I'm the only boater to read the article about the government's 'chain gang' policy to introduce work parties of robbers, burglars and thieves to our towpaths with some concern, writes Andrew Bailes.