Inside the March issue of Towpath Talk, the Canal and River Trust’s Annual Lockage Report for 2021 shows recovery of waterways use since restrictions eased; and urgent SOS appeal for a new chief engineer on PS Waverley at Waverley Excursions.
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This month in Towpath Talk, The Canal & River Trust is investing around £6 million this year in maintaining and improving its London and South East region waterways; Nicola Lisle continues her museum series with a look at this lovely riverside museum in Henley-on-Thames; and Jonathan Mosse continues his monthly look at freight developments on the inland waterways and offers some opinions on the ongoing situation on the Aire & Calder Navigation.
As usual, Towpath Talk is full of useful contacts, whether you are thinking of buying, hiring or selling a boat, or have one that needs upgrading or repairing. There are ideas for holidays, places to eat, a selection of book reviews, and what’s on! You can read the latest issue online, here.
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