MONTHLY MEETINGS JOIN US ABOUT US CECILIA

MONTHLY MEETINGS

Our Monthly meetings are normally held on the first Tuesday of the month, except July & August when we have our Summer Walks. Monthly in-person meetings are currently suspended and are being held online through ‘Zoom’.

JOIN US

Some benefits of membership:
Bi-monthly magazine ’58’.
Monthly talks (online) that are both entertaining and enlightening.
Summer walks.
Boat gatherings and social events (currently suspended).
Access to a comprehensive library of waterway related books.

ABOUT US

We were formed in 1969 to promote the restoration, conservation and improvement of the canal and adjacent waterways for the use and benefit of the public. In 2010, the society changed its name to the Worcester Birmingham & Droitwich Canals Society following the opening of the Droitwich Canals.

CECILIA

The Society owns a 70ft narrowboat ‘CECILIA’. This 8-berth boat is used to offer holidays to groups of people and other charities that would not normally have the opportunity of experiencing the inland waterways.

Meetings

Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month (currently online through 'Zoom'. Log-in from 7.30pm for a 7.45am start. In July and August we go on guided walks. Non-members are always very welcome.

More

Join Us

Benefits of membership include our bi-monthly magazine '58'. Monthly talks that are both entertaining and enlightening. Visits to other waterways, boat gatherings and social events. Access to a comprehensive library of waterway related books.

More

About Us

Formed in 1969 to promote the restoration, conservation and improvement of the canal and adjacent waterways for the use and benefit of the public. In 2010 we changed our name to the Worcester-Birmingham and Droitwich Canals Society.

Cecilia

The Society owns 70ft. narrowboat 'Cecilia'. This day boat is used to offer outings and educational trips to groups of people and other charities that might not normally have the opportunity of experiencing the inland waterways.

08th Nov 2021

VOLUNTEER NEWS

  Neil Franklin, Volunteer Coordinator email: volunteers@wbdcs.org.uk

30th Oct 2021

SOCIETY MEETINGS

We are looking to move back towards physical meetings. More information will be published soon.

10th Oct 2021

SOCIETY MAGAZINE ’58’

We have taken the decision to publish our latest editions of ’58’ online and via email to members. For members who do not have an Internet connection we will be...

20th Sep 2021

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL REMINDER

Membership Secretary Joe Morley reports that subscription renewals are flowing in nicely up to renewal date (30th September) and we would like to thank all those who have renewed by...

13th Sep 2021

HERITAGE OPEN WEEKEND: TARDEBIGGE

Thank you to everybody who came along to our Heritage Open Days. Here is a copy of the special booklet we produced. Just click or tap HERE to download a...

14th Jun 2021

LAPAL CANAL TRUST UPDATE

Press Release 14th of June 2021 Lapal Canal Trust signs contract with Land & Water Services Ltd to construct the first part of the restoration of the Dudley No 2...

02nd Jun 2021

QR CODE DONATIONS

You are now able to donate direct to our society by simply scanning the QR code on your smart phone or tablet. You can also visit https://bit.ly/3pcfp1C to make a...

16th Apr 2021

FUTURE NAVIGATION & TOWPATH CLOSURES ON THE W&B

A message to boater’s and towpath users close to University Train Station. A series of closures to both navigation and the towpath. Volker Fitzpatrick working on behalf of Network Rail,...

09th Apr 2021

CHANCE GLASSWORKS TRUST

Chance Heritage Trust Thanks to everybody who came along to our recent ‘Zoom’ meeting with Mark Davies of the Chance Heritage Trust. Although somewhat out of our area our society...

18th Mar 2020

ST RICHARD’S CANAL FESTIVAL

In accordance with government guidelines due to the coronavirus it is with regret that we had no alternative but to cancel the festivals for 2020 & 2021. We are currently...

20th Nov 2018

RAISING FUNDS WITH EASYFUNDING

We are primarily raising money to maintain our society narrowboat which is used for mostly educational purposes. We take out groups of children and adults who would not normally be...

07th Aug 2018

PRIVACY POLICY

Who we are: The Worcester – Birmingham Canals Society was formed in 1969 to promote the restoration, conservation and improvement of the canal and adjacent waterways for the use and...

Pages:123»