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Montgomery Canal News

Montgomery Canal Triathlon 2019.

Was held on Saturday the 18th of May.

See Press release (opens in a new page).

See also:-

FMC Events 2020.

 Work is under way on the Pryces Bridge/Crickheath restoration

section by the SUCS volunteers.

At Crickheath,

CRT have work under way to restore the winding point and wharf

area ready for boats to visit when the canal is back in water.


CRT Information.

The towpath North of Crickheath Bridge (Bridge 85) is now open.


Contractors work in restoring the

winding hole and towpath involved

sheet piling and excavation work

followed by re-lining the canal and

re-surfacing the towpath.

Mooring rings are now available

along the towpath.

At Belan

Belan Top Lock has now had a new top gate and its masonry repaired to reduce leakage.

 Belan Wharf is again available for use to crane boats in/out of the 13 miles section of the Montgomery Canal around Welshpool.

In the first instance, boat owners wishing to have their boats craned in/out at Belan should contact Canal & River Trust's Third Party Works team at The team will then be able to forward on the Trust's Third Party lifting operating procedure - which is what the mobile crane company will need. This document will have attached a craneage assessment.

FOR 2016 and earlier News page  Click Here.

Click Here for a birds eye view of Crickheath.

Check the MONTGOMERY CANAL DIARY for work party details.

Click Here for SUCS Redwith Restoration Archive pages.

Steam Engine crosses the canal. Click Here.(Opens a new page).

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