Fully independent of all waterways authorities, the Accessible Waterways Association (AWA) has been set up to inform, represent, and assist people who live with disabilities, impairments or accessibility issues, and who want to enjoy the Inland Waterways and their surrounding environments.
A free service for reading and researching the Bible online, all in the language or translation of your choice.
A Christian ministry to Britain's inland waterways.
Provides information about Jesus Christ and the Christian Faith.
The Waterways Chaplaincy vision is to ‘be a catalyst in the waterways communities to bring about short and long term personal transformation – emotionally, mentally and spiritually’.
AWCC exists to secure the interests of its member Clubs and their members in all matters relating to their enjoyment of the navigable waterways of the United Kingdom. BCF is a member of AWCC.
Canal society and waterways organisation links.
Canal & River Trust is the organisation responsible for maintaining 2,000 miles (3,220Km) of this inland waterway network today so that people can use it for a wide range of leisure activities.
Plan your journeys around the UK's inland waterways. Calculate the length, distance, number of locks, journey time, etc of your trip and see information about places along the way (pubs, shops and museums).
Loads of canal and boating information. Active forums for asking questions.
An Environment Agency webpage: Find out whether there are any flood warnings in your area.
To ensure the inland waterways of England and Wales are restored and maintained to the best possible standards, and kept accessible for the benefit of all people.
A site dedicated to UK canals and narrowboats.
To enjoy the benefits of membership, which includes: