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Welcome to the UK Waterways Web Ring - connecting websites about the Navigations and Canals of the UK! This ring is for websites with inland-waterways-related content. Through this ring you will find a wide variety of sites about canals and rivers, boats and other inland waterway information. Sites must display the Webring code, usually on the home page. If this code is removed, the site will be automatically suspended. Belonging to the ring will bring more visitors to your site but you must be willing to let your own visitors explore other sites on the ring. This ring replaced the former UK Waterways Network Webring.




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Information about joining the web ring and details of alternative web ring panels available.
   Pennine Waterways Preview Go
Canals of the South Pennines. Leeds and Liverpool, Huddersfield Narrow and Broad, Peak Forest, Ashton, Rochdale, Bridgewater and Manchester Bolton and Bury Canals, Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation: information, photographs and virtual cruises. Canal restoration. Archive photos.
   Southampton Canal Society Preview Go
All about the Society for those living within striking distance of Southampton who are interested in the waterways. Also you can find details of various Hampshire waterways.

   Norman Boats Appreciation Society Preview Go
Simply a site for Norman owners to visit, contribute to and develop. Eventually, hopefully, providing a useful resource and discussion area
   Sussex Waterways Preview Go
Information on the river navigationís and canals of Sussex. Including history, maps, pictures and (if any) restoration. Regularly updated and part of the larger Sussex County Website.
   The Sussex Ouse Restoration Trust Preview Go
Home of the Sussex Ouse Restoration Trust. We believe the river can be a priceless asset to its surrounding communities. We aim to promote a greater awareness of the benefits that the river can bestow on these communities.
   Kent & East Sussex canal restoration Group Preview Go
Information about Kescrg a group of volunteers helping restore Canals and waterways. Details of Canal Restoration throughout the South of England. Working party dates and on line booking forms. Photographs of recent events.
   Hollinwood Canal Society Preview Go
The Hollinwood Canal Society promotes the restoration of the Hollinwood Branch of the Ashton Canal and the creation of a new link through to the Rochdale Canal.
   The Black & White - A History of the Lancaster Canal Preview Go
History of the Lancaster Canal from the birth of the idea in 1772 until the present day. With archive photos and adverts from the canal's history.
   Save The Ribble - Community Campaigning Blog Preview Go
A site set up by local people, including walkers, wildlife enthusiasts, allotment keepers, and anglers dedicated to preserving the beauty of the River Ribble, the countryside around it and the diverse wildlife it supports, and opposing the ideas of the 'Riverworks' project, which aims to build a barrage across the river and over 4000 houses in its' floodplain.

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