Waterway Recovery Group launches 2014 Canal Camps

Waterway Recovery Group launches 2014 Canal Camps

06 December 2013

IWA's Waterway Recovery Group (WRG) runs a programme of unique week-long residential volunteering opportunities, known as ‘Canal Camps’ designed to restore the derelict canals of England and Wales to their former glory. Canal Camps give you the chance to do your bit for the environment whilst having a fun holiday.

WRG has 25 Canal Camps, 2 Clean-up weekends and a Big Dig already planned for 2014 giving volunteers the chance to get involved in various activities such as rebuilding towpaths on the Driffield Navigation and Pocklington Canal in East Yorkshire, lining a section of the Lancaster Canal at Stainton, to lock clearance work on the Cromford Canal in Derbyshire and bricklaying at Ham Mill Lock on the Cotswold Canals.

View an online version of the brochure.

Request a hard copy (if you subscribe to Navvies you will automatically be sent a copy with your next edition at the end of December).

See all our Canal Camp locations for 2014.

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