BMK Waterway Trust
Aims to create a nationally recognised Waterway Park linking Bedford and Milton KeynesFind out more
Book your Cruise on the John Bunyan Community Boat
Enjoy a cruise along the Gt Ouse in Bedford on our 50 seat community boat the John BunyanFind out more
BMK Newsletter March 2021
Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust Newsletter March 2021: BMK news March 2021 October 2020: BMK news Oct 2020
Building of our new Milton Keynes Community Boat
Follow the building of our new Milton Keynes Community Boat to be located on the Grand Union Canal at Campbell Wharf Milton Keynes
New Villages in Marston Vale
We require your support for the Waterway Park.
Please support the Waterway Park by adding your own comments to the consultation which ends on 16th March 2021 completing the online questionnaire
Electra’s colour scheme unveiled
A series of artist’s impressions were unveiled today, showing how Electra the all-electric boat, to be based at Milton Keynes’ Campbell Wharf, will look.
Conference surrounding the Oxford Cambridge Arc opportunities
Conference to discuss major development and economic growth opportunities surrounding the Oxford Cambridge Arc
Milton Keynes has ‘the boat with no name’
The charity building the boat, the Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust, is appealing to the public for help, seeking suggestions for a name, ready for the boat which will be launched next spring.
BoatyMKBoatface, Jolly Roger, Super Trouper, Black Beard and Lekky Boatie have already been suggested, but the Trust is looking for ideas that reflect its ‘state of the art’ electric power and eco-friendly specification, together with its location on the Milton Keynes part of the Grand Union Canal.
Founding Funder and Public Appeals
The Trust seeks help to Float the Milton Keynes Community Boat!
BMKWT Business Plan 2019 – 2022
Read the draft Business Plan presented at the 13th Annual General Meeting.
Historic Boat LMS Sandbach at Kempstom Mill
The historic boat LMS Sandbach made the journey up to the Head of Navigation at Kempston Mill over the May Bank Holiday.
Your donations are making the waterway park a reality
Extending the navigation on the Gt Ouse, marking & securing the route as well as technical and economic studies, these are just some of the projects we are working on.Make a Donation
Would you like to volunteer with us?
All of our work from running the community boats to planning and promoting the route is carried out by volunteers. We are always looking for enthusiastic people to get involved.Find out more