The Manchester Water Safety Partnership was formed in 2015 in response to several deaths in central Manchester waterways.

 

The group is working together to help make Manchester’s waterways safer, with a key focus on the city centre.

The Manchester Water Safety Partnership was formed in 2015 in response to several deaths in central Manchester waterways.

 

The group is working together to help make Manchester’s waterways safer, with a key focus on the city centre.

Stay safe by water this summer

The Canal & River Trust, the waterways and wellbeing charity which cares for 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales, is urging families, particularly with children, to stay out

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A picture of one of Manchester's many canals

Welcome back, but stay safe

The Manchester Water Safety Partnership (MWSP) is urging people to stay safe by the water this spring as people return to waterside pubs, bars and restaurants following the easing of

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Back on the town? Stay safe

The Manchester Water Safety Partnership is urging people to keep safe, as many of Manchester’s bars, restaurants and pubs are set to re-open on Saturday, 4 July, in line with

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Stay safe on a night out
Throw line locations
Summer safety advice