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The Canal & River Trust have taken over from British Waterways!
The North Walsham & Dilham Canal Trust embraces waterways users!
Great Ouse Boating Association - Established just a few months after the East Anglian Waterways Association back in 1958 to promote recreational boating on the Great Ouse, GOBA now provides over twenty 48-hour mooring sites (free to members) along the river and acts as a voice for Great Ouse system boaters to the river authorities.
Association of Nene River Clubs -
IWA Peterborough Branch - Covering the River Nene and the Middle Level Navigations.
IWA Great Ouse Branch - Previously known as the Cambridge branch - covers all the Great Ouse system including the Cam
IWA Eastern Region - Lots of information on the Ipswich Branch pages. - Pages for Cambridge, Chelmsford, Milton Keynes and Peterborough Branches are under construction.
Bedford Boat Club - Founded originally in 1950, Bedford Boat Club was instrumental in the formation of the Great Ouse Restoration Society. With Bedford isolated from the rest of the Great Ouse navigation by derelict locks and a weed-choked channel, the club called a meeting on 20th February 1951 to gain support for restoration of the waterway. The meeting, attended by naturalist Peter Scott and IWA founder Robert Aikman, resulted in the formation of the G.O.R.S. and the eventual re-opening of the navigation all the way to the sea in 1978. B.B.C is now a small but active boat club providing social events and moorings for members at its site between Cardington Lock and Priory Marina.
THREE NORFOLK WHERRIES ARE IN URGENT NEED of Friends to support Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust, which was established in 2002 with the aim of protecting, restoring and sailing the three wherries Hathor, Olive and Norada.
Norfolk Wherry Trust - ALBION HOMEPAGE - keep an example of the Norfolk Trading Wherry afloat and sailing.
Welcome to The Museum of the Broads The only waterside museum of Broadland life, in a traditional setting at Stalham Staithe on the Norfolk Broads.
North Walsham and Dilham Canal from Captain Ahabs Watery Tales. Divided in Introduction - The Northern Reaches, Antingham to Swafield - Middle Section, Swafield to Ebridge - The lower reaches, Ebridge to Dilham!
Fens Waterways Link - will represent the most significant partnership development of the inland navigation network of the UK in two centuries.
The Bedford Boat Club is a private
club with some 30 moorings. The club played a significant role in the
restoration of the Great Ouse from Bedford to Tempsford.
North Norfolk Community Woodland Trust Pigneys Wood. The land which is now Pigneys Wood was purchased in October 1993 and is owned and managed by The North Norfolk Community Woodland Trust through a Board of Trustee/Directors supported by volunteers. The Trust is a registered charity whose aim is to create new community woodland in areas where woodland access is difficult.
River Waveney Trust is all about caring for the river, its ecology and environment with an emphasis on education and local communities.
Middle Level Watermen's Club is only a few minutes walk from
the centre of the town of March, which has a good shopping area and a
market place that opens twice a week.
The River Gipping Trust is preserving the historic heritage of the Ipswich and Stowmarket Navigation by restoring the structures that enabled navigation of the River Gipping from the docks in Ipswich to Stowmarket.
- Length of the Gipping by Canoe!
Welcome to TheCanoeMan.com
- The Broads National Park has so much beauty to
offer and yet so very few of us ever get to see a fraction of it…why?
Because there are vast areas within the Broads that inaccessible to
motor powered boats – whether it’s because of shallow water, nature
reserves or just narrow ‘tucked away channels’.
The Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation runs through the county town of Chelmsford with the tidal estuary of the River Blackwater at Heybridge Basin.
Since its formation River Stour Trust.
has undertaken many restoration projects and organises regular river
The B&MK Waterway Trust was established in 1995 to promote the development of a broad waterway which will link the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes to the river Great Ouse in Bedford!
Conservators of the River Cam are the statutory navigation authority for Cambridge between The Mill Pond, Silver Street, Cambridge to Bottisham Lock with lesser responsibilities up-stream to Byron’s Pool.
Welcome to the Wicken Fen Vision - Space to breathe for people and wildlife: Space to think about our environment and our future: Space to explore on foot, bike, horse and boat.
The River Lark, Wissey and Little Ouse are semi-navigable tributaries of the River Great Ouse.
Pete's Cruising Guide to the Norfolk Broads.
Narrowboat Fulbourne see Cambridge to Bedford! The captions are on the side, not on the photographs!
Fox Narrow Boats are a narrow boat holiday company based in March Cambridgeshire. Our narrow boat hire covers East Anglia and East Midlands river, canal and waterway system.
Bridge Boatyard, Ely - Cruisers and Narrowboats for hire to explore the Fenland Waterways. A family run business established in 1972 here in Ely on the River Great Ouse by Ken Wenn. Ken had previously worked as foreman in the boat workshops of Appleyard and Lincoln Boatbuilders.
Jones Boatyard, St Ives -
in 1946 as L.H. Jones & Son Ltd, Jones Boatyard is is a third
generation family business and believed to be England's oldest inland
marina. The marina, with full facilities, currently has 160 berths
and construction of a new basin with an additional 104 berths
began in 2013. The company's website has an excellent interactive guide to the River Great Ouse
and a wealth of other information.
Three Broads Forums:
Blackwater Boats Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation, the secret waterway of Essex! With Trip Boat and Map.
Three Rivers Way - is an exciting and challenging new project to link villages on the Northern Broads rivers with a safe, pleasant route for walkers, cyclists and those with mobility problems.
The Hampton Safari Boat Club. (Brian and Jan:) We thought we would try to make contact with other Safari Owners and Safari fans in the hope that maybe some form of communication and friendship could be established between people using Hampton Safaris and others interested in the Safaris. (In the 1960's, Alec Hampton's boat hire business 'Hampton Boats' at Oulton Broad consisted of a fleet of traditional mahogany cruisers.)
Orchard Delight - She is a 29ft River Cruiser—one of a diminishing number of boats on the River Great Ouse made completely of wood.
Lee and Stort Waterways Information: of the Lee (2nd April 1571) and Stort (23rd March 1759, 30th April 1766.)
Jim Shead's Waterways Information: An encyclopedia of the canals and rivers of England and Wales, including historical data, provided by Jim Shead, Waterways Writer and Photographer.
- where you can find a large section for boats and boating that
includes cruise trips, and special boat charters on the canals holidays
and boat hire, boat builders, boats for sale - and is a popular website
with many details of the UK canals including the Forth, Clyde
and those throughout England and Wales .
Historic Inland Working Boats This website is not just about narrow boats (which are amply covered elsewhere ) but is an attempt to redress the balance by including contemporary traffics as well as seeking to detail all types of inland working craft of the British Isles - especially specialised, and rare or no longer extant, canal and river craft from tub boats to wherries and trows to ferries and flats.
George's Canal Boating in the U.K. and Europe! Being an introduction for those unfamiliar with the pleasures of canal and waterway cruising, as well as a resource for experienced boaters.
Tuesday Night Club is a Gentleman's Social and Drinking Club
which was formed in Ickenham, Middlesex, in 1980.
The STRATFORD upon AVON CANAL SOCIETY - Objects include promoting the fullest use, maintenance and improvement of all Inland Waterways of Great Britain, and in particular the Stratford upon Avon Canal.
The Birmingham Canal Navigations Society was originally formed as a registered charity in 1968. The Society's original aims to conserve, improve and encourage a wide range of interests in the 100 mile network of the BCN continue.
The Worcester Birmingham Canal Society was formed in 1969. The Worcester & Birmingham Canal and adjacent waterways.
The Cotswold Canals Trust is restoring the Stroudwater Navigation and Thames & Severn Canal.
Welcome to the website of the Caldon and Uttoxeter Canals Trust
the Narrow Boat Trust The Trust owns the 'Large Northwich' motor boat, Nuneaton and the 'Large Woolwich' butty, Brighton, built as part of the massive expansion programme of the Grand Union Canal Carrying Company (G.U.C.C.Co.) in the mid-1930s.
Pennine Waterways This website is dedicated to the canals of the South Pennines.
The Waterway Recovery Group is a voluntary organisation, helping to restore derelict canals in Britain.
Waterway Watch - Communities caring for Britain's Waterways.
campaign for River Access for All. - We are a group of
ordinary canoeists who have formed a company limited by guarantee to
gain recognition that there is, and always has been, a public right of
navigation on our rivers!
BTCV (formerly British Trust for Conservation Volunteers) is the largest practical conservation charity in the United Kingdom.
Boat Owners Club If you are new to inland boating or to trail
boating we hope the information you will find here will "wet"
your appetite for our type of boating.
Jannock homepage As a family we have been active canal enthusiasts for many years
NARROW BOAT HARNSER This web site is about Brian and Diana and their Narrowboat “Harnser”. - The building of their boat and the journeys they have enjoyed in her . The BLOG will be the travel log of Narrowboat Harnser as we cruise the system.
UK Canals Dedicated to those who live, work, or play on the Inland Waterways of the U.K.
Waterways World Waterways World is the biggest-selling and longest-established inland waterways magazine.
© Laurence Hogg Productions . Not only DVD and Cassette!
Songs of the British and Irish waterways - Words - Music - Sounds - Chords
Read Boat's guide to many of the waterways of the UK in detail. (Except EAWA waters.)
Boatmail aims to be the premier supplier of mail forwarding services; (originally conceived as a service for continuous cruisers on canal boats;) providing a secure address in the UK for all types of customers.
|The East Anglian Waterways Association is a believer in "Waterways for All" - promoting access to our navigations for the community - whether walkers, nature lovers, anglers, canoeists, boaters or gongoozlers. We work with and support many local societies, trusts and other user bodies in the area - Please visit our LINKS page for more information.|
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