The Lancaster Canal Regeneration Partnership

The restoration of the Northern Reaches of the Lancaster Canal has been considered for many years. Since the 1960s, the Lancaster Canal Trust and the Inland Waterways Association, recognising the value of inland waterways, have lobbied for the restoration of this northern stretch of canal to navigable standard.

Efforts to see the canal restored were strengthened in the 1990s, by the formation of the Northern Reaches Restoration Group (now renamed the Lancaster Canal Regeneration Partnership), a partnership which now includes South Lakeland District Council, Cumbria County Council, Kendal Town Council, Canal & River Trust, Lancaster Canal Trust, The Inland Waterways Association, Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City Council and other interested groups.

Contact the Partnership:

C. H. Bagot
Lancaster Canal Regeneration Partnership
Estate Office
Levens Hall

To e-mail the Lancaster Canal Regeneration Partnership please use the form below and your message will be forwarded to the appropriate member. To contact the Lancaster Canal Trust click here.

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The Regeneration Partners:
The Lancaster Canal Regeneration Partnership, Levens Hall, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 0PD.
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