BCNS are delighted to announce that we have a new webmaster who has taken control of both the BCNS websites and now merged them into one – bcnsociety.com. For a limited time only any search of bcnsociety.co.uk will auto divert to the .com site and eventually the link will die and the .co.uk site will cease to exist.
Work on the site is continuing but the webpages offer a full diary function plus archive and information about the BCN network. BCNS are keen for members to contribute and thus if anyone has relevant content that they would like to add then please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide as much detail as you can, email address and phone number, any links and photos.
BCNS are indebted to Harald Joergens for giving up so much of his time and undertaking this work.
…and a word from the new chap:
It honour to be trusted with the BCNS website. I fell in love with the BCN in the 1980s, and have always admired the great work of the BCNS to keep as many canals navigable as possible, and to improve this incredible network from the rather sad state of the late 20th century to the welcoming and interesting environment it is now.
To anyone interested in the BCN: Please contribute to this website by sending information, articles, photos, anything that might be of interest, to email@example.com.