Societies & Organisations (sorted by our ranking. Re-sort by: Name of website | Our ranking)

British Waterways The purpose of this site is to reveal the hidden world of Britain's inland waterways network. It shows how you can find and enjoy them, how they are managed and how you could get involved in their future conservation.
Waterway Recovery Group The Waterway Recovery Group is a voluntary organisation, helping to restore derelict canals in Britain. We run weekend working parties and week-long work camps every year.
Inland Waterways Association Campaigning for the Conservation, Use, Maintenance, Restoration and Development of the Inland Waterways.
Inland Waterways Protection Society (IWPS) The Society, an entirely voluntary organisation formed in 1958, supports the Restoration, Preservation and Development of the Inland Waterways of Great Britain. Over the past 30 years the Society has had the responsibility for and worked towards the restoration of navigation into Bugsworth Canal Basin. Co-operation with the owners, British Waterways, will now be formally strengthened and a new partnership will be established with the Waterways Trust. Work will continue to make Bugsworth Basin a multi-purpose amenity for the general public and the return of navigation to the original terminus of the Upper Peak Forest Canal is a priority with a target date of 2003.
Macclesfield Canal Society Macclesfield & Upper Peak Forest Canals 2000/1 Guide. Seventh edition of our widely appreciated leaflet available! Current project activities. News. Link the Macclesfield and Caldon canals! Presentations on the Macclesfield Canal. 2002 meetings. Society membership.
Railway & Canal Historical Society Founded in 1954 to bring together all those interested in the history of transport, with particular reference to railways and waterways, its main objects are to promote historical research and to raise the standard of published history.
Stockport Canal Boat Trust Stockport Canal Boat Trust (for disabled people) [Reg. Charity no. 1075844]. Offers canal day trips and short canal holidays for people with disabilities around the canals of North West England aboard the specially designed, wheelchair friendly, canal narrow boat 'New Horizons.'
Huddersfield Canal Society Who and what we are, the 25 year restoration campaign, our volunteer activities, and how you can help support the Society's new venture assisting British Waterways maintain and develop the unique Huddersfield Narrow Canal. As the historic Huddersfield Narrow Canal re-opened to through navigation on 1st May 2001, here are some first impressions as reported in the Society's journal, Pennine Link.
Sankey Canal Restoration Society Information on England's first modern canal, the Sankey Navigation, and the Restoration Society whose charge is to raise funds to make the Canal navigable once more.
Lancaster Canal Trust Stats & Info. History. Virtual Cruise. Lune Aqueduct. Packet Boats. Hincaster Tunnel. Broken Back Bridge. The South End. Pubs. Features. John Rennie. Trip Reports. Buccaneer. Books and Videos.
Leeds and Liverpool Canal Society Events. Route. Brief History. Chronology. Decoration. Leisure Access and Activities. Photo Gallery. Water Quality.
Ribble Link Trust The sim is to connect the Lancaster Canal with the national inland waterway network via the Rivers Ribble & Douglas and the Rufford arm of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The Link is planned to be open to navigation in the spring of 2002.