Welcome to the March 2021 edition of On The Button
The first item this month is a report on the Trust's February Executive Committee meeting.
The Trust's Executive Committee meets monthly to discuss & manage the Trust's day-to-day business. A summary of issues under discussion are given, so readers are better informed not just of what's happened, but what may be round the corner.
At the March meeting the 10 year plan for the East Vale and Abingdon Branch were discussed. Preparation for after lockdown was also covered. To see more details on these and the others topics discussed click the link below.
Very sad news
With lockdown easing we are getting ready to offer boat trips.
Nothing to do with dogs, but everything to do with water! As night follows day, a restored canal needs water, but since our canal line acquired the protected status it has in planning terms, other things have moved on and it turns out that Environment Agency regulations on water abstraction have, unsurprisingly, become much tighter.
Recruiting for growth
Keep watching our vacancies page.
The first draw of 2021 has taken place. The winning tickets were: 1st prize = 71 2nd prize = 203 3rd prize = 101
The winning ticket numbers for 2020 and 2021 can be found at https://www.wbct.org.uk/get-involved/200club