WWT Constitution

WWT is in the process of converting from a Charitable Company Limited By Guarantee to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). The conversion will not be complete until it has been registered by the Charity Commission. Below is a link to the proposed CIO Constitution, which derives from a model  Model_Constitution by the Charity Commision. The draft was approved at the AGM on 17Apr 2019 and the process of gaining Charity Commision approval is on going as of early October 2019.
Proposed CIO Constitution

WWT Future Plans

This Zip File contains several files which give background on the canal being taken further into the town including the 2004 Planning Application and some Presentations made to AGMs in 2006 and 2010.  For details on the current proposals for a Canal Basin see Project Information

The Whitchurch Waterway Trust

The Whitchurch Waterway Trust owns and manages the Whitchurch canal arm and seeks to extend it further towards the town centre.
Planning permission has been granted for a Canal Basin and the Trust is seeking funding for its construction in stages.
The Whitchurch Arm of the Llangollen Canal was re-opened a number of years ago and provides casual 48 hour moorings for passing boaters as well as a number of long term and winter moorings.

The Trust runs a Canal Festival at the end of the Summer each year.

2015 Information Leaflet
2015 Canal Basin Poster
2010 EGM on Canal Extension Options

WWT Documents

Our Privacy Policy

Memorandum And Articles Of Association Including List Of Changes
List of Committee Members

Registered Office, Charity and Company Number

Our official registered office is :
(please do NOT send correspondence to this address, use the Smallbrook Rd address below.)

C / O 12A Dodington
SY13 1DZ

Write to us :

The Whitchurch Waterway Trust
25 Smallbrook Road
SY13 1BT

 The trust is a registered Charity Number : 701050
The Whitchurch Waterway Trust is a Company Limited By Guarantee : Company No 0228063 Registered in England and Wales