Canal & River Trust
In 2012, British Waterways’ canals and rivers in England and Wales will be transferred to the care of a new waterways charity, called the Canal & River Trust.
Visit the Canal & River Trust website
The Charity Commission
The Ethel Trust is a registered charity, No: 700389 regulated by the Charity Commission.
Visit the Charity Commission website
Jim Shead‘s Waterways Information
"An encyclopedia of the canals and rivers of England and Wales, including historical data, provided by Jim Shead, Waterways Writer and Photographer."
Visit the Jim Shead‘s Waterways Information website.
National Community Boats Association
The Ethel Trust is a member of the National Community Boats Association (NCBA). "The NCBA is a national waterways charity promoting and supporting voluntary and local authority projects which offer a wide variety of schools, youth and ..."
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National Waterways Museum
"The National Waterways Museum brings together a unique fleet of historic boats with rich collections and archives to tell the story of Britains canals and waterways."
Visit the National Waterways Museum website.
Nick's Canal Route Planner
"An interactive guide to the inland waterways of Europe, it plans journeys, calculates the length (distance, number of locks, time taken etc) of your trip and shows gazetteer information on places along the way (pubs, shops and museums)."
Visit Nick's Canal Route Planner website.
"The Pennine Waterways website is dedicated to the canals of the South Pennines, UK, including photographic virtual cruises along these canals."
Visit the Pennine Waterways website.
Travel South Yorkshire Journey planner
"Travel South Yorkshire has a wealth of travel tools and information available to help you plan your next journey by public transport."
Visit the Travel South Yorkshire Journey planner website.
"Hundreds of years of British waterway history brought together in one online catalogue."
Visit the Virtual Waterways website