Read how Bex Parr first became interested in volunteering for Waterway Recovery Group and went on to become a Canal Camp Leader.
How and when did you first get interested in and involved in volunteering for IWA and WRG?
My sister used to dig on canal restoration camps and used to rave ...
Launched earlier this year, our Silver Propeller Challenge is designed to encourage waterway users to visit waterway locations that are infrequently visited by boats and other craft.
The challenge is already having an impact by helping us highlight problem areas that we can raise with ...
Ed Gittins is one of two Honorary Consultant Planners and is a member of the new IWA Planning Advisory Panel that he helped establish. He tells us about the Panel and his volunteering experiences in this month’s blog. To read the full interview see IWA's forthcoming member's magazine ...
Sue O'Hare continues her Silver Propeller explorations by taking on the Birmingham Canal Navigations.
At the heart of the waterways network, the Birmingham Canal Navigations are made up of many miles of both busy inner-city and surprisingly bucolic passages. The central areas of Birmingham and ...
Ian Moore is the Honorary Secretary for IWA West Riding Branch, as well as acting Chair and Navigation Officer. He tells us about his volunteering experiences in this month's blog.
What does your role as Branch Secretary involve?
My role is anything that involves correspondence. As ...