Outreach and Talks

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You don’t have to come to us to benefit from our educational work.

We can come to you.

To schools – our staff or volunteers can give talks on various aspects of the heritage, technology of the waterways and the craft and people who used them.

We do ask a fee for this service, to cover costs and contribute to the work of the Trust. The fee will depend on your specific requirements.

To community groups – we give talks to the U3A, local history societies and other groups. 

We ask for a suitable donation to the Trust’s funds, and suggest about £50 for an hour’s talk.

Contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Our Sources

We are most grateful for the organisations and people who permit us to research with, and to use, their material, in particular:

Some helpful links

How to find us

Download our map for our location and information on parking and transport links.

Supporting us

Rickmansworth Waterways Trust relies on our many supporters.

You can become a volunteer, in any aspect of our work including our administration, but also in boating, conservation or education.

Rickmansworth Waterways Trust is a local educational and community charity. Help us make a difference.

You could become a Friend of RWT.

You could sponsor any of our activities, including the Festival or our Education programmes.

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If you want to catch up on recent news from the Trust you can download the latest issues of our twice yearly newsletter, The Batchworth Telegraph.