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More amusing to many was the fact that I had lost my voice thanks to a combination of a cold and shouting too much, which was a blessing to some and entertainment to others!
Hi, Sorry it's taken a while I've had computer problems (Bloody Vista!
) After I visited and photographed the Derby Hippodrome I was amazed at the damage that had been caused to the theatre after it had only been closed for 12 months, also lots of the damage looked very suspicious.
But for the North West regional group of the Waterway Recovery Group, aka WRG NW, tradition is not always the way forward.
Thus, on Friday 4th January 2013, the Waingroves Community Centre welcomed 12 WRG NW volunteers - there ostensibly to continue the tree felling at Sawmills, but perhaps more accurately for their Christmas/New Year meal (the kitchen, and in particular the large oven, lending itself to the production of a feast).
This will be keeping us busy for the next couple of months but we hope to get the boat running over the summer (though don't hold me to a date! In order to carry out the work, the boat has now been moved to Langley Mill, and there will be photos and a report of this move online shortly. Central to the operation of the trip boat, the dredging between Cromford Wharf and the widehole opposite the Leawood Pump House is finally underway. More information on the dredging, including pictures and information about the equipment being used, will follow shortly.
The FCC are very pleased with the recent announcement of the listing of a 210m stretch of the Butterley Tunnel, which has been given Scheduled Ancient Monument status.
Now that we have bought the boat, we need to do a few modifications (including changing the drive!
) and get our volunteers trained up to run the boat.
On the 3rd October, the Cromford Canal welcomed a man undertaking a unique challenge: Doug Hamilton-Cox has set out to walk all of the canals of Britain in aid of Help the Heroes.
He's steadily been ticking off different sections of the network over the past year or so, and believes that when he has finished he will have walked over 4000 miles. (L to R) FCC Trustee Eric Singleton, Doug Hamilton-Cox, FCC member Howard Smith and FCC Chairman Matthew Rogers at Langley Mill prior to setting out on the day's walk.
The plaque was unveiled at High Peak Junction on the 12th March.