Canal Project Community Consultations Local people, community groups and businesses are all invited to a series of consultation events to ensure the community is at the heart of the canal restoration. Come and meet the team and find out how to get involved. Share your comments, thoughts and ideas on the canal restoration project.
CONNECT WEBMASTERS REQUIRED The Cotswold Canals Trust requires two Volunteers to take over the management of certain tasks of our Connect Volunteer database. Connect is an interactive management tool that enables: Activity Leaders to publicise events to the wider membership as details will appear online Roster Managers to compile rosters in an easily understandable […]
Session 3 started at Saul Junction taking in canal and river, meadow and old orchard, lake and reedbed, mud and tidal sand. With this range of habitats we had high expectations of a walk around Framilode & Fretherne and with fine weather the visibility was excellent. We started well – while still in the canal-side […]
Volunteer Help Required – Geotechnical Support Can you help? The Cotswold Canals Trust is heading up the management of Phase 1B project work that will extend our current length of navigable water from Ocean Bridge outside Stonehouse through to Saul Junction. We are seeking support form anyone with Geotechnical expertise, to help guide us on […]
For Martin Wright’s second walk of 2019 we went to Alney Island Nature Reserve – 200 acres with meadows grazed by rare-breed Gloucester Cattle barely half a mile from the Cathedral. The sun shone brightly for us despite frost earlier and snow on the Malvern Hills in the distance. There are reed beds and pools […]
Cotswold Canals Trust receives new equipment supported by Crapper and Sons Cotswold Canals Trust (CCT) was delighted to recently receive a new van and other equipment for canal maintenance with support from Crapper and Sons Landfill Ltd. The donation was provided under the ENTRUST scheme via the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF), an innovative tax credit […]