Young volunteer participants who have benefited from the Scottish Waterways Trust’s canal college over the project’s two-year run gathered to celebrate their achievements at The Falkirk Wheel on Wednesday 13th May.
Our project diary captures some of the significant events in the life of this project. Follow the Read more links for detail of each story.
A intensive workshop took place in Maubeuge at the Succeed in Sambre office on the 14th April 2015 to work on the Virtual Social Enterprise Zone. The VSEZ concept is to share best practice on the thematics developed within Green & Blue Futures.
Sounding Lines intends to encourage participants to navigate and encounter the River Suir in an innovative and unexpected way. Communities will experience a heightened awareness and reverence for the river as a unique historical, cultural and ecological natural resource.
A canal lock that has been "lost" for about a century has been rediscovered. Trainees working with the Canal and River Trust revealed the 240-year-old lock at Consall Flint Mill, in the Churnet Valley, in Staffordshire, buried beneath vegetation as part of a six-week project during December.
The Province of Hainaut and the Province of West Flanders took the initiative to meet at Stepy-Bracquegnies to share experience between Farm Delsamme and Farm De Lochting regarding socio-professional development of trainees.