Swans on Navigation


Driffield Navigation Gala, 2021

September 25 and 26 at Frodingham Landing


Navigation trustees showed that Driffield Canal is open for business again

Visitors were able to enjoy boat trips and refreshments, including a barbecue and bar, and see other waterway activities in action. They also saw work undertaken by volunteers from the trust to improve facilities at the landing, near North Frodingham.

There is a major drive to get the canal fully navigable again, but the trust needs public support to help achieve its aims and aspirations.

Below are photos of the public enjoying their day on the canal





Driffield navigation Amenities Association
Christmas dinner 2019

The Christmas Dinner of the DNNA was held at the Trout Inn, Wansford on Saturday, 14th December and was a great success. Many thanks to Linda Tullock and her team.



The 2019 Raft Race

The 2019 raft race was held on the Driffield Canal as part of a family fun day on Saturday, August 24, to raise funds for Lions and Rotary charities, and raise awareness of the ongoing programme of restoration work.

See more pictures in the photo gallery.

Alan Hardy, one of the organisers, said: "We are delighted to be holding the event again, but this year it will be part of a family fun day. We want people to come along and enjoy the day, and help us to raise as much money as possible for local charities."

Activities included canalside stalls and sideshows, crafts, childrens activites including a climbing frame, radio controlled model boats, ice cream and other refeshments. There was a grand raffle with cash prizes.




The Navigation gala, July 2019

This event was a great success. A report and photos have been posted in thephoto gallery



Christmas Meal at the Trout Inn, Wansford, December 2018

Supporters of the 250-year-old Navigation enjoyed a Christmas Meal at the Trout Inn, Wansford, on Saturday, December 15, organised by Driffield Navigation Amenities Association. Almost 50 people attended and everyone had a good time. Many thanks to Linda Tulloch and all those who helped.

A report and photos have been posted in thephoto gallery