L&HCRT is a member of the Staffordshire Waterways Group
Web site design by Paul Marshall
and Sue Williams
Island House, Moor Road
Registered in England - No. 2456172
Registered Charity No. 702429
VAT registration No. 823 8213 41
© 2016 Lichfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust
News from our Working Party, and other related items.
News on the work of our ‘Green Team’
The Trust relies heavily on volunteers to achieve its aims. We desperately need help in all areas. You can give as little or as much time as you can spare. Experience is not necessary, all you really need is enthusiasm!
We are also very much dependant on the generosity of our supporters. We have a number of ways you can donate. 100% of the money raised is spent on restoration work.
Take a walk along the Lichfield Canal’s Heritage Towpath Trail and discover a world of fascinating industrial and cultural history, and enjoy an important corridor for wildlife and nature.
You are welcome to visit us at any time and see the progress for yourself. Or you can stay at home and take a virtual flight along both our canals.
The Trust was founded in 1988 and has grown to almost 1,900 members throughout Britain.
You can join for as little as £10 per year which includes four issues of our magazine.
(Including CBW magazine)
Dates for your diary and more info.
Check when, where and what we are doing
The history of the L&H in the voices of people who experienced the canals in their heyday. A rare opportunity to hear real stories first-hand from the people who were there.
Other pages new or revised
To reinstate the historic Lichfield and Hatherton Canals for the benefit of the community.
The natural wildlife corridor from Huddlesford to Hatherton will provide a valuable amenity for walkers, cyclists, boaters and visitors to use and will bring prosperity to the area. This project will also provide an opportunity for young people to learn about our history, our heritage and our environment.
We urgently need to raise £1,000,000+
Please support the David Suchet appeal.
‘Cut Both Ways’ is the Trust's quarterly magazine. It keeps members in touch with news, events, restoration work reports and more.
News and Events Review.
Saturday 25th February 2017
Details to be announced