Aquatic Control Engineering
Offers a wide range of products and services for maintaining waterways and controlling water flow. Includes product literature and details of recent projects.
Association of Drainage Authorities
Membership organisation for those involved in water level management. Details the Association's role and members as well as providing conference and publication information.
Organisation that cares for Britain's historic rivers and canals. Features news, licensing information, details of the organisation's work and information on investment opportunities. Also contains micro sites for each area of England, Scotland and Wales.
Canal & River Trust
The charity set up to take over management of canals, rivers, and waterways in England and Wales from British Waterways; includes a guide to boating on the network, other leisure uses and attractions, history, and how to get involved.
The Inland Waterways Association
Campaigning for the use, maintenance and restoration of Britain's inland waterways. Includes news, FAQs, leisure guides and information on restoration projects.
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.
Eclectic mix of photos, facts and stories about the places linked by the waterways which meet at the Junction, Saul, Gloucestershire.
Aquatic weed control equipment and services for all sizes of bodies of water.
Contains inland waterway maps, realtime boat location reporting and other tools to help visitors plan journeys on the UK's waterways.
Waterway Recovery Group
A voluntary organisation helping to restore derelict canals by organising working parties and work camps. Includes their programme of camps, advice for participants, a FAQ, and contacts.
The Waterways Trust
Works to promote public enjoyment of canals and rivers; provides details of their campaigns, projects, museums and archives, and education programme.