Living Waterways Awards 2019

One of our members, Nigel Carpenter, was part of the team that were commended for their contribution to Skills for Young Curators project undertaken at the National Waterways Museum Ellesmere Port.  Other society members have been involved in the Recording Gwendoline project at the museum which also received a commendation.  To hear more about these two projects, you can watch the videos as follows:

Recording Gwendoline – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADhRRHFtkho&list=PLiMbOYQeMrfJu1ulveGXd5dVWTcx1j7yy&index=13

Young Curators – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IE9jDDPFkMc&list=PLiMbOYQeMrfJu1ulveGXd5dVWTcx1j7yy&index=10

These sponsored awards recognise the most exciting and inspiring waterway-based improvement projects across the UK, more details of which can be seen at https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/news-and-views/living-waterways-awards-2019.

In the photograph: from left to right Nigel Carpenter, Martyn Kerry, Helen Evans, Steve Bagley and David Wilkinson.