The maximum size of boat that navigate throughout the navigation is. The river weaver navigation society was founded in 1997 and is dedicated to preserving protecting and improving the river weaver from winsford to its confluence with the manchester ship canal.
River weaver navigation. The river weaver navigation runs from the manchester ship canal at weston marsh lock and weston point docks to winsford bridge and connects to the trent and mersey canal via anderton boat lift. The river now enters the weaver navigation deepening and here roach and bream make up the bulk of the match weights either pole or feeder working. It is recorded in the national heritage list for england as a designated.
The river weaver navigation society was founded in 1997 and is dedicated to preserving protecting and improving the river weaver from winsford to its confluence with the manchester ship canal. The river weaver is a river navigable in its lower reaches running in a curving route anti clockwise across west cheshire northern england improvements to the river to make it navigable were authorised in 1720 and the work which included eleven locks was completed in 1732 an unusual clause in the enabling act of parliament stipulated that profits should be given to the county of cheshire. The canalisation of the river weaver through here down was completed in 1732 to aid the expanding salt industry in transporting goods to and from winsford.
Committee members regularly attend meetings with navigation authorities local government departments and other waterways organisations. Christ church is a former anglican parish church now redundant located in weston point runcorn cheshire england. The river weaver navigation is 20 miles 32 km long and has 5 locks.
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