Wendover Canal – Restoration, Biodiversity, Well-being, Heritage
We are bringing the Wendover Canal to life
Our volunteers are rebuilding and relining the Wendover Canal.
We continue to attract more people to enjoy our ever-improving green corridor, walking and cycling as well as boating, improving their Well-being. We have already achieved a substantial net gain in Biodiversity, and we remain careful that it increases further.
Major achievements to date include: Funding a rebuilt Little Tring Bridge, re-watering over a mile (1.7km) of canal,
and conserving Heritage e.g. the historic Whitehouses site.
We are planning bringing the missing link of the Wendover Canal to life, by reconnecting the short missing section near Little Tring. This means clearing the Tip, and rebuilding the towpath.
- Wendover Canal Towpath UpgradeWe are delighted to announce that upgrade of the 1.7mile (2.7km) canal towpath between Wendover and Halton has now been completed…..
- Perch Bridge to HaltonThe Towpath Upgrade from Perch Bridge to Halton has been progressing nicely. The whole section opening up to Public access in a few more days….
- WCT On your radioAdd the date in your diary, The Wendover Canal Trust will feature on Radio Dacorum, from 8pm to 9pm on Wednesday December 6…
- Chiltern Society Heritage WalkReport of the Chiltern Society Heritage Walk along the Wendover Canal towpath and Whitehouses Pocket Park..
- CLUB 100 DRAW WINNERSAre you a Winner ??? The WCT Club 100 draw was made at the WCT AGM, and the Lucky Winners have been announced…
- October 2023 Operations ReportAnother opportunity to get some overdue tasks completed in a reduced, 5 day, Work Party session for October ….
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