What is the aquatic national trust?



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    The aquatic National Trust in Britain is basically a third sector that will gain control of the British waterways and the 2200 miles of canals and rivers, and proposals have been made to move them out of direct state control. The argument is that the move is the only way to safeguard their future to British Waterways. “The vision is for an “aquatic National Trust” galvanising the estimated 11 million Britons who regularly benefit from them – boaters, anglers, cyclists, runners, Sunday strollers and waterside property dwellers – to invest time and money to protecting them for generations to come.”

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