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Canal & River Trust – Licensing & Mooring group Update

Mike Annan, chair of the Licensing & Mooring group recently reported:

The Licensing & Mooring group was established when the Navigation Advisory Group first met in September 2012. It comprises of five members from a variety of boating backgrounds. The purpose of the sub group is to advise the Canal & River Trust’s management on . . . → Read More: Canal & River Trust – Licensing & Mooring group Update

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Canal & River Trust – Navigation Operations group report

Mike Carter, chair of the Navigation Operations group reports:

We’ve been meeting for just over a year now and it’s great to be able to report, as the Chair, that the group consists of a really good cross section of extremely experienced waterway users. We have a combined total of over 310 years of inland . . . → Read More: Canal & River Trust – Navigation Operations group report

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Water points being upgraded to meet new legislation

By Christmas the Trust will have completed a major, half million pound, overhaul of all water points across the network to ensure compliance with new legislation. Under this legislation, which has to be complied with by 2015 at the latest, we are classed as a Private Distribution Network and covered by tougher requirements than in . . . → Read More: Water points being upgraded to meet new legislation

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Richard Parry - CRT's New CEO Sets a New Approach

The new head of the Canal and River Trust, which became a charity last year, sets a new approach from the top by actually making an effort to meet users, ground staff & volunteers and listen to their views.

. . . → Read More: Richard Parry – CRT’s New CEO Sets a New Approach

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Association of Continuous Cruisers

The Association of Continuous Cruisers is a newly-formed independent organisation, officially launching on the 27th September 2013. As well as providing support and advice to its members, the Association intends to advocate for the interests of all its members.

Britain’s 5,000 continuous cruisers enjoy a lifestyle that is distinctive due to both the benefits and . . . → Read More: Association of Continuous Cruisers

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