July, 2017

  1. Sunday Boat Trips on “Bluebell”

    Experience the tranquility of life on the water by taking one of our short boat trips on the Union Canal.

  2. Official naming of the Queen Elizabeth II Canal

    Join us - and Her Majesty The Queen - for this very special occasion!

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    Gongoozler: An Exhibition by Lesley Banks

    Scotland’s first-ever canal artist-in-residence has captured the spectacular sights of the nation’s inland waterways on canvas and is inviting the public to go ‘gongoozling’ as the first exhibition of her work opens on May 6th at the Park Gallery in Falkirk.

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    British Heart Foundation Glasgow to Edinburgh Trek 2017

    Join the fight against heart disease and take in beautiful scenery, world famous landmarks, and breath-taking views with every step – sign up today and take part!

  5. Glasgow Canal Festival

    The first ever Glasgow Canal Festival is coming to North Glasgow on Saturday 22nd July! The Forth & Clyde Canal between Applecross Basin and Speirs Wharf will spring to life between 11am and 5pm with street theatre, a street food village, canoe taster sessions, guided cycle tours, craft workshop, heritage and wildlife tours, live music and a behind the scenes look inside local landmarks.

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    West Highland Yachting Week

    The historic and unique West Highland Yachting Week is the West Coast’s biggest sailing event.

  7. Falkirk Wheel Cruise

    Enjoy a leisurely cruise from Linlithgow to the Falkirk Wheel, (or return) including the Avon Aqueduct and the Falkirk Tunnel.