A HUGE welcome to those who have found our website via the
Waterways Recovery Group 'Canal Camp Dates' web-page.
NEW: Article about the 'Ebridge Spillway - The Story So Far' by Ivan Cane
The Trust welcomes volunteers of the Waterways Recovery Group for the two seperate weeks of Canal Camp Dates during August 2017 where you will be working on the recovery of the derelict spillway at Ebridge, just a mile outside of North Walsham - NR28 9NH - MAP
Click HERE scroll down to August 2017 and click on the links to view the Canal Camp Date details
Click HERE to book a place on the canal camp date starting Saturday 12th August '17
Click HERE to book a place on the canal camp date starting Saturday 19th August '17
The Trust was formed on 30th January 2008, with the aim to work with the Canal Proprietors and adjacent landowners, to protect, conserve and improve the route of the canal and its branches, for the benefit of the community and environment, promoting access to the navigation for all, allowing it to once again become an area enjoyed and appreciated by the community - whether walkers, nature lovers, disabled, anglers, canoeists, boaters or gongoozlers.
The object of the Trust is to work for the Public Benefit in Partnership with the Canal Owners; adjacent Landowners: Local Authorities and Other Statutory Bodies; Area Partnerships & other Local Organisations and Commercial Business, to promote the Restoration and Eco-friendly use by vessels of the Canal and its Branches, so as to give a balance between the needs of Navigation, Recreation, Heritage, Development, Landscape Conservation & Wildlife and Natural Habitats. Thereby improving access and use of the Canal Landscape for the Community and the Economy, whilst protecting the Environment and Heritage.
Picture reproduced by the wife of the late artist Edward Paget-Tomlinson, Pam.