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After announcing Inland Waterways Association and The Rivers Trust as supporters of the Waterways Management Show (WMS), we are delighted to welcome Canal & River Trust as an important partner to WMS.

Canal & River Trust will have a stand at the show, with a working model and will be presenting in the Waterways Theatre. This important partnership will help tremendously in raising awareness of this important event and make a valuable contribution to its content.

Canal & River Trust  care for a 2000-mile long ‘green-blue ribbon’ that connects hundreds of wildlife habitats. They also make sure that 2,949 bridges, 1,582 locks and 280 aqueducts are open and ready for use all day, every day

There has been fantastic interest in this new event, that we see as the 'third leg of the stool', having launched Floodex, then adding the National Drainage Show, to present an event that truly showcases a holistic approach and aims to gather most of the interested parties under one roof, on an annual basis.

Being colocated with Floodex, means many interested stakeholders will already be visiting, but this is an event for many that are focussed on management, upkeep and restoration of our inland waterways, such as rivers, canals, lakes and reservoirs, as well as the fens, the land that surrounds them and other lowlands.

Apart from making a valuable contribution to water level management and thereby having a positive impact on flood incidents, there is a whole other world around our inland waterways, which embraces farming & estates, infrastructure, leisure facilities, real estate, flora, fauna and the general environment, that have an impact.

This event will showcase the best products and services that will be valuable in getting the job done, from the lab to the field. Visitors will be able to talk to experts, suppliers. educators and thought leaders across a range of subjects, leaving the Waterways Management Show better equipped to deal with the pressures of waterways and surrounding land management. 

The Waterways Management Show will be a must attend event for anyone working within organizations  around the planning, maintenance and management of rivers, canals, lakes, reservoirs, estuaries, harbours and marinas. This includes local authorities as well as commercial enterprises and volunteers. There will be a wide range of CPD accredited seminars, hosted by expert speakers, to attend free of charge to complement the exhibition stands and special features.

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