Comparable Small River Navigations

This is a list of some of the places where small rivers have been made navigable as part of the canal network or in their own right::

Southern Oxford Canal - Parts of the Oxford Canal uses the River Cherwell as its route at Thrupp.

Kennet and Avon Canal - the eastern part of this restored navigation uses the River Kennet.

Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation

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Useful Links

British Waterways manages and operates the majority of the inland waterways in England. Maps and other information can be found on their web pages.

Environment Agency  - the governmental body with wide ranging environmental responsibilities including river management, flood control, pollution but also water related recreational activities such as fishing and navigation.

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust - promotes wildlife conservation in Gloucestershire.

The Company of Proprietors of the Stroudwater Navigation original builders and owners of much of the remaining Stroudwater Canal (1779).

Cotswold Canals Trust  - the canal restoration society promoting the restoration of the Thames & Severn Canal and the Stroudwater Navigation described as the Cotswold Canals. Current membership exceeds 2000.

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