In the December issue of Towpath Talk, historic narrowboats Nutfield, Brighton and Sculptor line up beside the Canal Museum at Stoke Bruerne to each receive a £1000 donation from Tim
Coghlan of Braunston Marina and work to install the electricity bollards for the Islington eco mooring zone trial is almost complete.
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This month in Towpath Talk, historic narrowboat President could be back in steam by Easter 2021, according to David Powell of the Friends of President and the Canal & River Trust is currently conducting an online survey and series of 16 virtual engagement sessions for people to express their views on the mooring situation in the capital.
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