Abingdon and East Vale branch held an Open Day on 6 November, based at East Challow Village Hall, just east of Wantage.

Leak detection isn't always quick or easy - this one at East Wichel has taken a long time, but finally has been located and is now being fixed. 

On Sat October 16th the Trust held its AGM in Royal Wootton Bassett

The Wilts & Berks Trust AGM takes place this Saturday at Royal Wootton Bassett

Hundreds of people enjoyed boat trips along the River Avon during this year’s Melksham Food & River Festival. The Wilts & Berks Canal Trust offered journeys throughout the weekend, aboard The Mary Archard and Damselfly.

Wharf Road culvert construction, supported by Swindon Borough Council, is the first visible evidence of preparations for the M4 crossing.

This is the year that our skilled and willing Wilts and Berks volunteers get back to business in restoration.

Swindon’s present Branch Chair, the redoubtable Rod Hacker, needs to step aside to focus all his efforts, as head of planning, on the canal in the New Eastern Villages. So, we need to find a new Branch Chair for WBCT in Swindon. This role offers an opportunity for successful people to contribute their skills for public wellbeing and environmental improvements.

Dr Joe Williams joins the Trust as Environmental Geographer. Biodiversity takes centre stage.