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Volunteers transform derelict lock on Grantham Canal

Teams of volunteers from the Grantham Canal Society and the Waterway Recovery Group have been working in partnership with The Canal and River Trust, as part of a project to restore a derelict lock on the Grantham Canal.

The groups have joined forces for the project, which has been awarded an £830,500 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), to bring Locks 14 and 15 back into use within five years.

After taking three years to painstakingly restore lock 15, they started work on Lock 14 last year.


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