A giant redwood, leaning willow, ancient yew and spectacular line of poplars: explore the most impressive trees on our network
Streamers are at the ready: the Trust has been nominated for a Historic England Angel Award!
Amble beside the Calder & Hebble with the ‘Bard of Barnsley’ as he shares a poem or two and talks of his love of Britain’s waterways
Join us for a free orchestral performance celebrating Birmingham’s canals
Sarah Baxter muses on the joys of taking her time when running beside the canal, letting the course of the water escort her while her mind meanders
Join us as we explore how waterways have inspired great composers, from Edward Elgar’s passion for the River Severn to Alan Bush’s Nottingham Symphony – a serene portrait of the Trent
The hairy beast of Hackney Marshes, an ankle-grabbing ghoul and an alligator lurking in Welsh mountain lakes: delve into the myths and legends of our waterways
Sit by the fire with traditional music specialist Sam Lee, as he unravels the relationship between water and Britain’s folk heritage
Share in the life and times of John O’Connor, whose romantic vision shapes the way we see waterways today
Imagine living in a floating egg on a tidal river, your views ever shifting with the ebb and flow of the tide. Artist Stephen Turner shares his experiences with his invention, The Exbury Egg, and introduces its new home on the Grand Union Canal.