Links to Others

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crt_logo1_straplineThe Charitable organisation which has taken over responsibility for the waterway network from British Waterways.  The west side of the Narrow Canal is administered by North West Waterways while the east side of the Narrow Canal, and the Broad Canal by North East Waterways.


tmbc_logoThe Huddersfield Narrow Canal passes through the Council regions of Tameside, Oldham and Kirklees.



The Councils have long supported the restoration of the Canal and in doing so, have had to face their own particular engineering challenges to re-open the navigation.




Following the project’s completion in 2001, the Councils make a proportionate annual contribution (under a 21 year Agreement) to the Canal’s maintenance costs. 


Official website for Standedge Tunnel and Visitor Centre, giving details of opening times, Tunnel trip prices, arrangements for boats making a transit, events, etc.



pennine_waterwaysDedicated to the canals of the South Pennines with plenty of information on the Huddersfield Canals including a virtual cruise along the Narrow and pictures of the Millennium Commission funded restoration.




Campaigning for the use, maintenance and restoration of Britain’s inland waterways.




Campaigning for the protection and restoration of the Hollinwood Branch Canal.


mbbcsCampaigning for the protection and restoration of the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal.



mscsCampaigning for the protection and restoration of the Stockport Branch Canal.




Sowerby Bridge based boat hire company specialising in one-way bookings along the Huddersfield Narrow Canal and circular journeys on the South Pennine Ring.



pbmNear the junction of the Ashton & Peak Forest Canals, offering a range of boaters’ services, including dry dock.  Day boats for hire on the Peak Forest Canal.



awmChandlery, moorings and boaters’ facilities at Huddersfield, near the Eastern end of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal.

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