Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership
A group of local stakeholders working towards  the establishment of a flourishing community which welcomes visitors to share its history, waterway and canal side setting.
Library
Books, leaflets, documents and other media published by the Partnership, or by others in connection with Stoke Bruerne, are included  here for information.

Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership Constitution

Stoke Bruerne Conservation Plan

Bibliography

Constitution reviewed and
re-adopted on January 13th 2014
Read online

The Stoke Bruerne Conservation Plan commissioned by British Waterways (now the Canal & River Trust) and South Northamptonshire Council was published  2008 and can be read online


D. Blagrove – Two Centuries of Service (Wharfside Publications, 2005)

D. Blagrove – A brief history of Stoke Bruerne and Shutlanger
(D.Blagrove)

Touchstone Heritage – Stoke Bruerne Interpretive Plan
(Glamorgan University, 2002)

B. Zeepvat - An archeological survey and evaluation on the Stoke Bruerne Plateway
(Archaeological Services Ltd, 2001)

Stoke Bruerne Conservation Plan – (British Waterways, 2001) read online

B. Collings - Stoke Bruerne and its canalside: A brief Introduction and Visitor Guide
(Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership in conjunction with The Canal Museum, 2012)

B. Collings - History & Building of Blisworth Tunnel
(Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership in conjunction with The Canal Museum, 2013)

B.Collings - Canal Museum Motor Narrowboat Sculptor
(Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership in conjunction with The Canal Museum, 2013)

B.Collings - Locks and How They Work
(Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership in conjunction with The Canal Museum, 2013)

B.Collings - Blisworth Hill Tramroad
(Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership in conjunction with The Canal Museum, 2014


Stoke Bruerne Canal Corridor Management & Improvement Plan

The Conservation Plan won a Regional Town Planning Institute Award in 2008

The Stoke Bruerne Canal Partnership published a ten year plan setting out its priorities and proposals for the management and improvement of that part of the Grand Union Canal which runs from the Blisworth Tunnel portal south to below the bottom of the Stoke Bruerne lock flight in December 2014.