A 1.7 km section of canal towpath through Ellesmere Port is being upgraded into an all-weather hard surface by the Canal & River Trust.

Thanks to a £250,000 grant from Cheshire West and Chester Council’s Regional Growth Fund, the towpath along the Shropshire Union Canal from Bewleys Bridge (no 144) to New Stanney Bridge (140A) . . . → Read More: ELLESMERE PORT TOWPATH IMPROVEMENTS


Canal & River Trust – Renowned director joins arts programme

Super Slow Way, a major arts commissioning programme established to create a lasting legacy of arts and culture in Pennine Lancashire, has appointed Laurie Peake as its director.

Source: Canal & River Trust News | Renowned director joins arts programme

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Canal charity discovers 7 safes dumped into lock

Canl & River Trust has been left with a £10,000 clean-up bill after it discovered seven looted safes amongst debris at the bottom of a 200 year old lock near Leicester city centre. Engineers from the Canal & River Trust, the charity which cares for the nation’s waterways, were stunned to discover the safes along . . . → Read More: Canal charity discovers 7 safes dumped into lock

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