Sentinal business awards 17

River Canal Rescue was named Small Business

Flip Out Stoke was also shortlisted in the small business of the Year category alongside family-run debt collection firm Dukes […]

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River Canal Rescue to provide support for ‘Idle Women’ tour

River Canal Rescue is providing free breakdown and emergency assistance to the Alarum Theatre Group’s 15-week ‘The Idle Women; Recreating […]

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London boaters put pressure on RCR

Reports about London’s infrastructure being unable to cope with the increasing number of people living on boats in and around […]

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River Canal Rescue named a Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer

Stafford-based breakdown and emergency assistance firm River Canal Rescue (RCR) has been named a Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer in the […]

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River Canal Rescue named Medium Employer of Year at NW National Apprenticeship Awards

  Breakdown and emergency assistance firm River Canal Rescue (RCR)has been named Medium Employer of the Year at the 2016 […]

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River Canal Rescue launches WaterNav

 River Canal Rescue launches WaterNav River Canal Rescue (RCR) has taken over Eureauwebs inland waterway navigation products the water-way software system […]

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David Suchet opens River Canal Rescue’s HQ

Actor and boat enthusiast David Suchet recently officially opened the rebuilt headquarters of River Canal Rescue in Stafford. David was […]

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River Canal Rescue at Crick and Northern Boat Show

River Canal Rescue is calling for boat owners with any technical queries or those who are interested to find out […]

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Preparing for a flood; tips from River Canal Rescue

Flooding was once termed a weather event, but as it continues to occur with increasing regularity, River Canal Rescue is […]

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Too much water sinks boats and closes canals

Flooding doesnt usually wash out canals, locks and bridges or sink & strand canal boats. Over flow weirs and lock […]

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