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Monmouthshire Canal

The unrestored portion of the Monmouthshire Canal (9 miles) and its Crumlin Arm (11 miles) would provide a coastal access route.

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Facts & Stats

20 miles

(32.2km)

The length of the Monmouthshire Canal restoration.

50 locks

1930-1962

Date closed

The Crumlin Arm

The unrestored portion of the Monmouthshire Canal (9 miles) and its Crumlin Arm (11 miles) is urban and heavily locked, but would provide a coastal access route as well as increasing the length of ‘Monmouth & Brecon Canal’ to make it an even more viable waterway holiday destination.

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Waterways in Progress Grant: Swansea Canal

IWA awarded £18,000 to the Swansea Canal Society’s Coed Gwilym Park Slipway Project as part of IWA’s Waterways in Progress Grants in 2019.

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