THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BOAT OWNERS

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Canal & River Trust

What a way to run an election!

Canal and River Trust logoA personal perception by Stephen Peters (A candidate in the CRT elections – I think!)

When the call went out from the Canal & River Trust asking for boaters to be nominated for election to the Council, I gave it some thought and concluded that if I were to vote for a candidate, that person would need to reflect my philosophy and boating interests. Who better, I thought, than yours truly? I was extremely grateful to both NABO and The Boating Association for co-sponsoring me.

Stephen Peters to stand for CRT Council

Stephen PetersSTEPHEN RICHARD PETERS – the candidate from NABO

I gave considerable thought to what I should include in my election statement, which may be just one of dozens that will be sent out to electors in February. It reflects my considerable experience as an active, practical boat owner and volunteer involved in the inland waterways.

Canal & River Trust Framework

Click here to view the CRT's Transition Trustees Update from September 2011 in a new window or tab.

It includes the following informative Appendicies:

  • A Name and Symbol
  • B Representation and Recruitment to Council
  • C Recruitment of Chairs and Members to Waterway & Museum Partnerships
  • D Waterway Partnerships
  • D(i) Terms of Reference
  • D(ii) Role of Chair
  • D(iii) Role of Member
  • E All Wales Partnership
  • E(i) Terms of Reference
  • E(ii) Role of Chair
  • E(iii) Role of Member
  • F Museums Partnership - Terms of Reference
  • G Transition Appointments Committee - Terms of Reference

Note that this a pdf document and you will need Adobe Reader or similar loaded on your computer to read it.

 

Canal & River Trust

Canal & River TrustThe transition trustees of the new charity being established to tend 2,000 miles of canals and rivers in England and Wales from April 2012 have today (6 October) announced that it will be called the Canal & River Trust (or Glandwr Cymru in Wales) and have unveiled its new symbol.