Accessible to all craft kept on the connected inland waterways
Silver Propeller Challenge
Visit Southland Lock on the Wey & Arun Canal by boat or canoe.
It has been chosen as a Silver Propeller Location to encourage support for the restoration of the rest of the Wey & Arun Canal. A photo of your canoe or small portable craft in the vicinity of Southland Lock will be a good proof of your visit, or alternatively you can provide a photo of you on board the trip boat. A slipway at Drungewick gives access for trailable craft to the northerly limit of navigation from Loxwood. Canoes and other small portable craft are welcome, and a licence is required unless a member of British Canoeing. Please advise the Wey & Arun Canal Trust of your intended visit. The Trust also runs trip boats operate along this stretch.
Complete our challenge by visiting 20 locations from our list, you will receive our exclusive plaque and goody bag.
Wey & Arun Canal. Northerly limit of navigation from Loxwood. Use slipway at Drungewick. Please advise Wey & Arun Canal Trust of your intended visit via website.
Together we can protect and restore our waterways; the UK’s 6,500 miles of canals and rivers need your help.
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