Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust Newsletter October 2020: BMK news 2020 10 Final
The MK Community Boat, commissioned today (6th October) by the Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust, will be completely eco-friendly. Based on a 54ft long traditional narrowboat, it will use a ‘state of the art’ all-electric propulsion unit, instead of a traditional diesel engine. This will not only provide a unique experience by gliding almost silently along the canal, but also greatly reduce emissions.
Following two successful public meetings held during the summer, Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterways Trust is inviting local residents to attend an open meeting on Wednesday 20 November
Latest Newsletter now published in Microsoft SWAY, The SWAY version can be accessed from the following link Bedford Milton Keynes Waterway Park July 2019, Volume 17, No.2
Conference to discuss major development and economic growth opportunities surrounding the Oxford Cambridge Arc
Read the draft Business Plan presented at the 13th Annual General Meeting.
The historic boat LMS Sandbach made the journey up to the Head of Navigation at Kempston Mill over the May Bank Holiday.
Dave Hodgson, Liberal Democrat candidate said “I am a huge supporter of the waterway scheme itself and of the waterways trust. My record provides considerable evidence of this.