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.
- February 2024 Operations ReportThe Work party concentrated on improvements to the compound at Wharf Road. Working on concrete foundations and a new brick wall….
- Operations Report January 2024The one-week work party started on 12th January and took place at Wharf Road, Wendover and Little Tring.
- Patron Robbie Cumming VisitOur Patron Robbie Cumming had filming scheduled in our area, so a meeting was hastily arranged with several members of the WCT….
- Grand Opening 28th JuneGRAND OPENING 28th June 2024 10am to 3pm- Wendover to Halton towpath upgrade. .Robbie Cumming of BBC4’s Canal Boat Diaries to cut the ribbon
- CLUB 100 DRAW WINNERSThe WCT Club 100 draw was made at the WCT Group Heads Meeting on January 22nd, and the Lucky Winners have been announced…
- WCT 2024 Calendar OfferThere is a very limited stock of our WCT 2024 Calendar that remains as we start 2024, that are now being offered at a reduced price…
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