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WRG Volunteers
Volunteers getting outdoors & dirty restoring the waterways of Britain! WRG run weekend digs & over 25 week-long working holidays every year.
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Canal & River Trust Oct 17
"I appreciate canals because that’s where I spent my holidays and learnt to boat handle, I have so many happy memories there." Meet Kirsty who has been working on the restoration of locks 14 and 15 on the with :
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Inland Waterways Oct 17
Successful restorations need a supportive council; does your have a canals officer? Come and pick up your copy of Waterways in Progress at stand 20 of
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Inland Waterways Oct 16
Flags starting to fill up our map at Come and add yours at stand 20 and find out about the ongoing benefits of waterway restorations in your area.
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WRG Volunteers Oct 16
Might be of interest to some of our younger canal restorers
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WRG Volunteers Oct 16
*Free training Friday 8th Nov - Good Governance* How can good governance help? What can trustees and board do to implement good governance? Run by &
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WRG Volunteers Oct 16
stand is looking fab at - come and visit our stand & hear about our campaign & how to your local community
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WRG Volunteers Oct 13
Toolbox presentation practice at today’s Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme course organised by
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WRG Volunteers Oct 11
WRG has undertaken 21 week long restoration projects so far, with 350 volunteers joining us on Camps so far in 2019!
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Inland Waterways Oct 11
Our local branches run over 25 canal clean-up work parties a month to clear and tidy up canal beds and towpaths around the UK
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WRG Volunteers Oct 11
the first boat passed through Lock 15 on the Grantham Canal after WRG volunteers contributed 1,855 days (approx. 12,985 hours) worth of work towards its restoration. Roughly £200,000! @granthamcanalsociety
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Wey & Arun Canal Trust Sep 27
The bridge building at Birtley, is moving into its final stages thanks to the efforts of dedicated . From design to build, it has all been achieved by volunteers. There's more work ahead, but we think you'd agree it's a job well done
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WRG Volunteers Sep 23
Over the weekend WRG volunteers installed the new memorial plaque, commemorating WRG founder Graham Palmer. We would like to thank everyone who donated to help us purchase this new plaque and help keep Graham's legacy alive!
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Canal & River Trust Sep 13
This afternoon, the first boat in more than 90 years passed through Lock 15 on the Grantham Canal 👏 It's taken three years for and supporters from the Trust, , and funding from to restore the lock
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WRG Volunteers Sep 13
Lock 15 on the Grantham Canal back in action thanks to GCS volunteers & CRT ... and many many WRG Canal Camps!
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WRG Volunteers Sep 7
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WRG Volunteers Sep 7
Lights, camera, action! Filming next safety video ‘CDM: No excuses’ with
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WRG Volunteers Sep 6
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WRG Volunteers Sep 6
Learning about temporary works today with workshop - thanks to Emma from Costain!
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WRG Volunteers Aug 30
New canoe racks built, building re-clad, end of camp team photo ... what a great week!
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WRG Volunteers Aug 30
It also looks like our on the had a successful & sunny week repointing a lock chamber & rebuilding a paddle arch
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