Not delayed by any stoppages

Published: Friday, 08 November 2019

This year we have cruised nearly 900 miles and worked through almost 750 locks with about 122 nights aboard, writes Mike Todd.

Hirers suffer from the many closures

Published: Thursday, 07 November 2019

THE obvious 'wait until it breaks then repair it' policy operated by CaRT is affecting hirers and consequently  hire companies.

Toddbrook crisis cost Derbyshire County Council £700,000

Published: Thursday, 07 November 2019

THE Derbyshire County Council has confirmed that the cost of the Toddbrook Reservoir crises cost it £700,000.

The Cam is 'drying-up'

Published: Thursday, 07 November 2019

THE state of the Cam is so bad that a 'water crisis forum' was held on Tuesday.

Still no results from Saltersford inspection survey

Published: Thursday, 07 November 2019

THOUGH the results of last week's survey of the closed Saltersford Lock have been perused, further inspection is needed.

Comment of 10% from boaters is a total insult

Published: Wednesday, 06 November 2019

HAVING just paid my licence this week with my prompt discount reduced to 5% which I went along with peacefully until I read your article, writes Dave Carden.

Canal & River Trust open days planned

Published: Wednesday, 06 November 2019

THIS winter Canal & River Trust is hosting a series of free winter open days to showcase the work on locks being repaired.

Cruise the Chesterfield Canal with Santa

Published: Wednesday, 06 November 2019

IT IS possible to cruise with Santa Claus in any one of five locations on the Chesterfield Canal this Yuletide.

'Better by Water' was dead in the water

Published: Monday, 04 November 2019

CaRT's Well-B TV campaign stopped the day that Whaley Bridge was evacuated amid fears that the Toddbrook dam would collapse with resulting damage to property and loss of life, writes Allan Richards.

Putting the record straight

Published: Monday, 04 November 2019

WHEN I read the statement about boaters only providing 10% of CaRT's income I thought that was wrong, writes James Henry.