Introduction The Basingstoke Canal Conservation Area was designated in 1977 by Hampshire County Council in association with Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, in recognition of the special architectural and historic interest of the canal.
- 1 - Basingstoke Canal, Basingstoke Canal Bulletin No. 10 November 2011 Lock 17 Rebuilding Complete Quick Links Finishing touch to the work on Lock 17, by Society workparty member and stonemason, Janet Buckley.
- 1 - Basingstoke Canal, Basingstoke Canal Bulletin No. 8 August 2011 Volunteers continue with Lock 17 repairs Quick Links As previously reported, the Society volunteer work party returned to work on repairs to Lock 17 of the Deepcut flight last month.
/AGAMS/Div2national2011/div2natinfopack Page No. 4 NATIONAL SECTION BRIEF • A SECTION - Colt Hill Bridge, Odiham Very good access at Colt Hill Bridge.
Mr A J Harmsworth's last attempt to work a narrow boat through to Basingstoke Entrance to Basingstoke Wharf from Wote Street (E.C. White Timber Yard) - supplied by Arthur Atwood IntroductIon The Basingstoke Canal Heritage Footpath runs approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) from Festival Place ...
Citation Hampshire Greywell Tunnel (Basingstoke Canal) SSSI Status: Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) Notified under Section 28 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Local Planning Authority: Hampshire County Council, Basingstoke and Dean Borough Council, Hart District Council ...
Pirbright Walk No. 2 Route : Village Centre - School Lane - Gole Road - Basingstoke Canal - Curzon Bridge - Gapemouth Road - Stanley Hill - Church Lane : 4½ Miles.
Blackwater Valley SFRA (Hart and Surrey Heath) Figure 7.1.1 Figure 7.1.4 Figure 7.1.2 Figure 7.1.3 DRAWN BYCHECKED BYPASSED BYDATE SCALES @ A3 ISSUING OFFICEDRAWING NUMBER REV Bristol DW SC RG N.T.S-CS023809/Figure7.1 Figure 7.1 - Flood Risk from the Basingstoke Canal ± Blackwater Valley SFRA ...
Basingstoke Canal Canoe Club 1st BCCC Canal Challenge Saturday 5 th December 2009 C ome paddle the length of the Basingstoke canal from the village of Odiham through the picturesque upper part of the canal where relics of world war II defences can still be seen.
Introduction The Basingstoke Canal can be located between the village of Greywell in Hampshire and Woodham in Surrey. It was built between 1788 and 1794 and is 32 miles long