Membership » River Weaver Navigation Society

RWNS Volunteers at Vale Royal Lock

RWNS Volunteers break for a brew

Cruising the River Weaver

Panary arrives at Sutton Mill

The Weaver is only navigable from Winsford Bridge to its confluence with the Ship Canal

Why not join the Society?

The River Weaver Navigation Society invites you to join their membership – whether you have a passing interest in the heritage of the Weaver or you want to get involved in its activities.

Membership is £7.50 per annum with the membership year running from 1st January to 31st December.

Members receive a copy of our Weaver News, which is published three times per year and admission to our social meeting – which are usually illustrative talks on the River Weaver and its surrounding heritage.

As a member of the Society, you can get involved in

    - improving facilities

    - raising awareness

    - restoring structures

    - improving the environment

You will find working with the Society both fun and rewarding.

Click here for details of some of our past projects

If you wish to join, simply request an application form by using our Contact Page.


Local News

    4th Feb 2021

    Our Society was involved in several discussions with the Environment Agency prior to the preparation of their Flood Prevention plans ....

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  • Christmas Newsletter
    13th Dec 2020

    Our Chairman, Jim Mole send his Christmas message ....

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  • HMS Witch
    11th Oct 2020

    The story of the two crests, HMS Witch and TS Witch ....

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    Our Chairman's 2017 Report including his Report on the Barons Quay Development ....

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  • British Empire Medal
    11th Jun 2016

    The RWNS Treasurer has been recognised in the Queen's Birthdday Honours List ....

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  • Swing Bridge wins National Commendation
    8th Oct 2015

    The Sutton Weaver Swing Bridge has won a national commendation ....

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What's On

  • The Lion Salt Works
    A short walk from the River Weaver Navigation

    The Lion Salt Works, following a £10m restoration is now open to the public ....

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