There are a large number of ways to get involved with the Trust all of them needing different skills. Below is just a sample of those different ways, if you think you have something to offer the Trust do get in contact we would love to hear from you.
The most important and easiest way to help the trust is to become a member. If you have not already joined please do so as your membership as very important to us. Click the Join Us link on the left to find out the full details and join up today.
If you are a member we are always looking for help to come along to Shows and Events and man the stand. It is a great way to meet like minded people and also visit some of the shows around the country. Click here for the full details.
If you would like to find out more about the Trust or chat to somebody face to face, there is no better place than the Trust shop in Swindon. They are open on Fridays and Saturdays, full details can be found from the link on the left.
We are also always on the look out for people to help out in the shop. You don't need to know loads about the canal as training will be provided and you will never be left alone.
Last year we tackled some ambitious projects and made great progress thanks to the skills and efforts of WBCT members combined with skills and effort from WRG on some of the projects. Through 2009 there will be plenty of opportunities for interesting and challenging work. We are looking for bricklayers as well as drivers for dumpers and excavators, and people to do general outdoor work like path clearance. If you'd like to join our working parties and share in our achievements, please get in touch..
Leave a Legacy
The restoration of the Wilts & Berks Canal is one of the most difficult and exciting canal restoration projects ever. The sections of the canal that we have worked on so far have already shown the enormous benefits to the community and to the environment of the restored canal. With over 60 miles of canal to bring back to life as a resource for generations to come we will need funding and support for many years. As a registered charity what we can achieve depends largely on voluntary gifts and legacies from our supporters.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 16:30|