Skills development and succession planning are key to the on going viability of our waterways. Investing in the right ideas now will help ensure the continuation of restoration projects and create the passionate campaigners of the future. We look at a few of the ways IWA are leading in this area ...
'Remember a Charity', a campaigning group which aims to inspire more people to consider leaving a charitable gift in their Will, is encouraging people to ‘Have Your Say on the World You Want to Pass On’. In the spirit of this, we wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on the ...
Our latest volunteer of the month is the Entertainments officer for this year's IWA Festival of Water at Ilkeston. Find out how Barbara started volunteering with IWA and what she is looking forward to at this year's Festival of Water.
How did you first become interested in inland waterways?
Our latest volunteer of the month is a member of IWA's marketing committee and will be leading a WRG Canal Camp at Inglesham Lock this Summer. Find out what Paul is most looking forward to on his next WRG Canal Camp and where his favourite waterside pub is.
How did you first become interested ...
IWA volunteers get involved in all aspects of the waterways – that means restoring abandoned and derelict waterways, protecting current navigable stretches and taking care of the surrounding environment.
Volunteers are at the heart of everything IWA does and we would not be able to carry ...