Inside the July issue of Towpath Talk, publication of the review into future grant funding for the Canal & River Trust has been delayed until the autumn; and more than 23,000 people visited the 23rd Crick Boat Show, which took place at Crick Marina near Daventry in Northamptonshire across the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend.
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This month in Towpath Talk, Jonathan Mosse continues his monthly look at freight developments on the inland waterways; the John Bunyan Community Boat, a completely volunteer-based group in Bedford, has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service; marine surveyor Ben Sutcliffe-Davies takes a timely look at summer safety on your boat; and Kevin Thomas gives some advice on sharing broad locks.
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