Victor: And another...

Published: Saturday, 02 January 2021

YES, my friends, yet another New Year—and I wish you all well, hoping it is somewhat better than the last one.

The right time of year for lockdown

Published: Thursday, 31 December 2020

THERE is one thing to be said for lockdown of the waterways, it's the right time of year for it, writes T Lang.

It's stay at home time—again

Published: Thursday, 31 December 2020

WITH virtually the whole country in Tier 4 and thus in lockdown, boating again is at a standstill.

What's going on?

Published: Wednesday, 30 December 2020

THE Canal & River Trust has lowered the water of a 13 miles pound of the Grand Union Canal—until further noticefor 'water resources'.

Trust's termination benefits Chesterfield Canal restoration

Published: Wednesday, 30 December 2020

THE termination of the Barnsley, Dearne & Dove Canals Trust has resulted in over £22,000 of its funds being donated to the Chesterfield Canal Trust.

Canal & River Trust returns unlawfully seized boat

Published: Wednesday, 30 December 2020

THE Canal & River Trust (CRT) was forced to return a seized boat following the threat of legal action by its live-aboard owner, explains the National Bargee Travellers Association.  (NBTA).

CaRT’s withdrawal from Trust

Published: Monday, 28 December 2020

ONE has to wonder if the senior management team of CaRT who have brought to the trust little or no experience of managing a navigation authority are looking at the railways of this country for inspiration, writes Brian Jarret.

Strange workings on Christmas Day

Published: Monday, 28 December 2020

STRANGE workings indeed on the Grand Union Canal summit on Christmas Day.

Permission at last to repair Big Lock footbridge

Published: Monday, 28 December 2020

THE Canal & River Trust has at last received planning permission to repair the Grade II listed footbridge over Big Lock.

Severe flood warnings along River Great Ouse

Published: Monday, 28 December 2020

AFTER storm Bella, the river levels at Bedford remain high and are rising down river at St. Ives.