Buy a brick

Published: Wednesday, 26 May 2010

THE Wey & Arun Canal Trust (WACT) has reached agreement with Loxwood community representatives over the appearance of the metal railings on the new canal bridge, which many did not like.

Helping boat share owners

Published: Saturday, 08 May 2010

A VICTIM himself of the Challenger Syndicateships débâcle of two years ago, Andrew Barton of Nantwich Canal Centre is offering a service to those boat share owners who are at present finding themselves vulnerable after the OwnerShips problems.

Narrowboater saves car driver

Published: Saturday, 08 May 2010

IT WAS a narrowboater who was on hand to save a woman after she crashed her car into a canal.

OwnerShips phoenix?

Published: Friday, 07 May 2010

OWNERSHIPS Financial Director, Anthony Trueman, has given OwnerShips Ltd the kiss of death by announcing that it is to go into receivership with debts of £1.8m, writes Allan Richards.

More plans for Lancaster Canal

Published: Friday, 07 May 2010

STILL more plans for the terminus of the Lancaster Canal in Kendal, and more ambitious than ever.

European waterways exam online

Published: Thursday, 06 May 2010

BOATERS taking their craft abroad have to sit an exam to obtain a certificate to show they are competent, usually organised through the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) but can now do it without leaving their homes!

The best ever

Published: Wednesday, 05 May 2010

APRIL was a particularly good month for narrowboatworld with many breaking news stories, which was reflected by its readership.

Guide to Gloucester Docks

Published: Wednesday, 05 May 2010

BRITISH Waterways has produced a fold-out full colour guide for Gloucester Docks, for families exploring the historic port.

Opening up 11 miles corridor

Published: Wednesday, 05 May 2010

AS PART of achieving World Heritage Status for  Pontcysyllte Aqueduct,  an 11 miles corridor is being opened up as nature walks.

Offenders volunteer for clean-up

Published: Wednesday, 05 May 2010

A GROUP of offenders have volunteered to clean up two local stretches of towpath in a joint venture with British Waterways.