Herbert Eppel has been interested in the English canal network since 1988 when he first moved to Britain. As is often the case a trip along the canal, this time by foot, inspired him and his wife to purchase a Narrowboat in 2002. From here Herbert became an IWA member and then joined IWA ...
Do you always see potential for a good photo when you're out and about on the waterways, but never quite manage to capture it? Take a look at our photography tips below.
Camera settings: Make sure your digital camera is set to take high resolution (large) photos to capture as much detail as ...
October was a month of big clean-ups with weekend events happening in both Greater Manchester and Milton Keynes. In addition to these events there were another twelve work parties held by IWA volunteers across the country, read on to find out what they got up to.
IWA Chester & Merseyside ...
Dave Hearnden is a WRGie (Waterway Recovery Group volunteer) of almost twenty years. Having started volunteering one Christmas, he has since volunteered at IWA festivals, led Canal Camps and is now one of WRG's directors. Having helped to restore parts of our waterways and been IWA Festival Site ...
Chris, a member of IWA Chiltern Branch, has been volunteering with IWA for many years and in a selection of roles. Here he shares what he’s done in his various roles as well as telling us why he thinks IWA still has an important role to play all these years on.
How and when did you first ...