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FOR A MORE VIBRANT CANAL

Your Canal Boat, CIC uses educational, recreational and cultural programming to connect Londoners with London’s canals. We provide boats, crew, canal boat expertise, grant-writing workshops and our own mini-grant program to individuals, charities, CICs and corporate entities.

London’s canals are a world class heritage resource, one of the city’s best kept secrets and a laboratory for sustainable solutions. Our mission is to put “more canal” in people’s lives. We regenerate overlooked spaces for commercial and artistic activities, and share best practices to preserve the canal experience and maximise its utility for pleasure, health, education and positive economic outcomes.

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SERVICE HIGHLIGHTS

Grant-Writing Assistance: We will support other CICs, charities, for-profit corporations and individuals with grant-writing assistance in pursuit of funding to enable them to pursue their objectives and rent our boats and employ our pilots and guides.

Mary Seacole Memorial Park

September 2nd, 2020|

There’s a place in West London where three ages of transportation converge. An ancient road, Scrubs Lane, crosses the 200-year old Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal. One hundred meters further is a railroad bridge, built to carry Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Great Western Railway.

How we got here…

August 29th, 2020|

In 1761 Francis Egerton, the 3rd Duke of Bridgewater, built England’s first modern canal, revolutionising transport, and triggering an investment boom that transformed the nation. Two and a half centuries later his innovation reverberates in the form of 2000 miles of canals and towpaths...

Arrange for a free tour and discussion of how Your Canal Boat, CIC can help bring your canal ideas to life. Together, we can do some good.

ARTISTS & PRODUCERS! Please contact us regarding future canal-side concerts, designed in accordance with evolving standards of social distancing, as we collectively negotiate how to re-engage with the public in a post-Covid world.

Black and white photography courtesy of Chris Pintegne

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