This category is for sites focused on European canal and inland waterways organizations, trusts, governing bodies or authorities.
Basingstoke Canal Boating Club
Promotes the canal as a navigable waterway Includes projects, ways to help, events and gallery..
Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust
The Trust is promoting and supporting the building of a new waterway linking the Grand Union Canal with the River Great Ouse.
The Buckingham Canal Society (UK)
Works to restore the Stony Stratford and Buckingham Arms of the Grand Union Canal.
Canal & River Trust
Charity entrusted with the care of 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales. Site provides information about the Trust's work, nature and heritage of its canals, and details of recreational activities visitors can enjoy.
CanalAbility
Registered Charity operating boat for people with disabilities on the Rivers Lee and Stort. "Stort Challenger" is available self-steer or with volunteer skipper and crew.
Cotswold Canals Trust Home Page
Restoring the Stroudwater Navigation and Thames and Severn Canal for the benefit of the public. This canal runs through Gloucestershire and part of Wiltshire traversing the glorious Cotswold Hills.
Coventry Canal Society
The history and activities of the society with information on the Coventry canal and the canal art trail. A lock filling exercise is included for boaters new to canals.
Derby and Sandiacre Canal Society
Mission is to fully restore the Derby Canal as close as possible to the original route.
Grantham Canal
Covers restoration, recreation, environmental, history. Includes newsletter, photographs and videos.
Great Ouse Boating Association of England
Represents boaters on the Great Ouse river system and associated waterways in England. Includes news, FAQ, and membership information.
Hollinwood Canal Society
The society seeks to preserve and restore the Hollinwood and Fairbottom Branches of the Ashton Canal, east of Manchester and link it to the Rochdale Canal.
The Inland Waterways Association of Ireland
Voluntary association concerned with the preservation of Irish waterways and their promotion as a recreational base for boating cruising walking and fishing.
IWA Peterborough Branch
The branch holds regular meetings in Peterborough and campaigns for the use and improvement of waterways. Details of events and activities are given on this site.
LUCS - Linlithgow Union Canal Society
The society was founded in 1975 to promote and encourage the restoration and use of the Union Canal, particularly in the vicinity of Linlithgow, Scotland.
Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal Society
Aims are to preserve the line of the canal, initially restore all parts of the canal which remain in water, eventually restore the whole canal to full navigable standard and to foster interest in the canal.
NB President
The history, operation and engineering of the coal fired steam narrow boat, President. Information on the voluntary group that maintains and runs the boat on the English canals.
The North Cheshire Cruising Club, High Lane
Details of the events and facilities at the North Cheshire Cruising Club at High Lane, Stockport and the Macclesfield Canal
Royal Canal Amenity Group
Formed in 1974 to promote and participate in the development of the full amenity potential of the Royal Canal in County Dublin, Ireland. Now expanded to the entire canal.
Sankey Canal Restoration Society
Aims to raise funds to make England's first modern canal navigable again. Includes news and events.
Waterway Recovery Group
The national co-ordinating body for voluntary labour on the inland waterways of Britain. We run 'Canal Camps' every summer - these working holidays are great fun, and can be used for the Duke of Edinburgh Residential 'Gold' award.
Wilderness Boat Owners Club
The virtual clubhouse of the trailable boats of the Wilderness Boat Owners Club. Supporters of canal restoration.
Wilts and Berks Canal Trust
Dedicated to restore the waterway. Includes projects and ways to help.
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