Sunday, 10 February 2013

Volunteer Lock Keeper

The inland waterways of Britain have long been thought of as a significant part of our industrial heritage and the start of the industrial revolution. They form a 2000 mile long, linear national park. Increasingly run by volunteers the charity needs to embrace new technology to help the dwindling numbers of volunteers to move around the system. Like the ambulance service before them, the waterways are covered by a new team of fast responders. Taking advice from Norman Tebbit it would appear that  everyone from the CEO down is one their bike.


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