Sunken boat saga continues

Published: Friday, 08 January 2010

THE saga of the sunken narrowboat on the Cam in Cambridge reached new heights during the week as it was pumped out, then let loose by yobs and finally sold on the Web.

Narrowboater wins Smallholder competition

Published: Friday, 08 January 2010

THOUGH living on a narrowboat on the Oxford Canal, Jane Fanner has won the 2009 Smallholder of the Year competition.

Armed robberies on towpath

Published: Friday, 08 January 2010

THERE have been two armed robberies on the Regent's Canal  towpath this week, and police are again warning people to keep away from the towpath.

Where did £5,400 come from?

Published: Friday, 08 January 2010

WHERE on earth did the figure of £5,400 to clean mould from the mural at Dallow Lock wall painting come from? Asks Chris Powis.

Cruiser jammed under Severn bridge

Published: Thursday, 07 January 2010

A CRUISER on the swollen Severn was taken by the strong current into a  bridge where it became trapped.

Narrowboat burnt out

Published: Thursday, 07 January 2010

A NARROWBOAT was burnt out early yesterday morning (Wednesday) at Hemel Hemstead on the Grand Union Canal.

The urge for visitors continues

Published: Thursday, 07 January 2010

THE urge by British Waterways to get visitors to its canals—in Scotland at least—is continuing.

Man still not found

Published: Wednesday, 06 January 2010

THE man who went missing on Christmas Even, and was last seen by Tapton Lock on the Chesterfield Canal, has still not been found.

Great chance for pictures

Published: Wednesday, 06 January 2010
WITH the snow and ice on the waterways at present, it surely is a great time for taking photographs.

A book on the Wilts & Berks

Published: Wednesday, 06 January 2010

ONE of the volunteers of the Wilts & Berks Canal Trust is preparing a book on the disused waterway.