Mersey basin Campaign

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Publication dateJune 2003 MBC034 Bathing Beauties Iain Herbert investigates an EU-funded Interreg project - ICREW - which surveyed and re-designated the Northwest's bathing and recreational waters. Publication dateOctober 2008 MBC054 Making the most of the Mersey - 2nd edition A document by Mersey Waterfront on making the most of the Merseyside's waters for leisure and recreation. Including local cycle rides and information on local nature. Publication dateSeptember 2004 MBC072 Wind In Their Sails Liverpool Sailing Club is preparing for the construction of their new clubhouse now that the exciting plans have been unveiled. Members of the club, which has been running since 1958, are eagerly anticipating the new build that will replace their old clubhouse that was burnt down during an arson attack. The new clubhouse is expected to become a hub for water sports enthusiasts new and old and is hoped will help to bring the River Mersey back to life for the recreation and enjoyment of all. Publication dateJanuary 2006 MBC093 Paddle Power Louise Tickle explores the reasons behind the Mersey Basin Campaign setting up a guide to watersports in the Northwest whilst enjoying her first experience of kayaking on Derwentwater in Cumbria. Publication dateNovember 2006 MBC157 Mersey Estuary Management Plan Summary Summary of the Mersey Estuary Management Plan, which provides a framework for coordinated action among the local authorities and interest groups of the Mersey Estuary. Briefly covers: estuary dynamics, water quality and pollution control, biodiversity, land use and development, commercial navigation and port development, urban regeneration, tourism and recreation. Publication dateJune 2007 MBC207 Audio - Mersey Baton Relay Jim Court of Stockport Community Cycling reflects on his part in the Mersey Baton Relay. Publication dateDecember 2009 MBC242 Project outline: Pride in our promenades An outline of the Pride in our Promenades initiative from Mersey Waterfront. This was a flagship project within the Mersey Waterfront Regional Park, and a strategic approach to enhancing public access to the waterfront. Schemes were completed at Otterspool Promenade and Dingle Esplanade, Liverpool, Egremont Promenade, Wirral and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal Corridor in South Sefton and North Liverpool.