We are bringing the Wendover Canal back to life

Our volunteers are rebuilding and relining the Wendover Canal.
We continue to attract more people to enjoy our ever-improving green corridor, walking and cycling as well as boating, improving their Well-being. We have already achieved a substantial net gain in Biodiversity, and we remain careful that it increases further.
Major achievements to date include: Funding a rebuilt Little Tring Bridge, re-watering over a mile (1.7km) of canal,
and conserving Heritage e.g. the historic Whitehouses site.

Latest News

  • May 2021, Pipe Capping
    We’re making rapid progress in May 2021 with pipe capping, and brick laying continues…
  • Clive Porter of CRT, RIP
    Condolences to the family of Clive Porter of CRT, who lost his life while carrying out his duties locally last week…
  • Treasurer: Appeal to Members
    This is an appeal to members of the Wendover Arm Trust. Our long-serving Treasurer Clive Wilson wishes to stand down…
  • Terrain, Flora and Fauna
    We’re building a gallery showcasing our Terrain, Flora and Fauna. We’ve added May pictures to April, March and February…
  • April 2021 Operations Report
    Our volunteers have made great progress…

For our earlier news items,
see our Library here

Find out more about the benefits of our work:

Restoration

Click here for an introduction to our restoration of the Wendover Canal, or click here for details including our work party dates.

Biodiversity

Click here to read about how all we do on the Wendover Canal drives Biodiversity Net Gain and improves the environment.

Well-Being

Many find that visiting places such as the Wendover Canal enhances their well-being, click here to find out more.

Heritage

Click here to read about the heritage of the Wendover Canal.

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