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Happy New Year to all of members, volunteers and other supporters. RBWM has just announced funding for construction of the Green Lane weir, fish and eel pass and boat rollers. Once constructed, the weir will lift surface water levels and increase water depths throughout the town centre, filling the already enlarged channels. With Shanly Group now also building the final linking section, just upstream of Chapel Arches, the 1Km long York Stream arm of the waterway looks like being completed and should become operational this year.

Maidenhead Waterways Restoration Group (Maidenhead Waterways or MW) is a charity set up by the people of Maidenhead for the town of Maidenhead, to restore and enlarge the old waterways that run through Maidenhead town centre. The project is one of the key elements of  the Royal Borough's adopted Area Action Plan to rejuvenate and grow Maidenhead town centre.

We are pleased to feature here our SHORT VIDEO about the waterway project, introduced by Theresa May MP, PM. The video explains the project's background, progress to date and the waterway's central role in Maidenhead's regeneration. We really appreciate Theresa May taking time out to provide some content; her backing for the project from the outset; and her recognition of the many volunteers that have made the project possible. The video seems to run best with a Chrome or MS Edge browser - please have look at ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCmG_dp9Oh0

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