• River Stour Trust Open Evening at Dedham

    River Stour Trust Open Evening at the Assembly Rooms, Dedham on Thursday 18 February Doors open at 7.00pm for 7.30pm FREE admission, refreshments and Bar available Volunteers from the River Stour Trust’s Lower River Group invite you to come and discover the history and future of Dedham’s own waterway, The River Stour. Have your questions …

  • The Granary

    The Granary can be privately hired for a variety of functions including meetings, seminars, classes, parties, naming ceremonies and weddings. Click here for more information. **2016 – Only a few remaining Friday/Saturday 2016 dates are available in January, February, March, April, November & December – we are fully booked the rest of the year!** **2017 …

  • Craft Registrations 2015/16

    All craft must be registered to take to the water on any part of the Inland Waterway network of England (canals, rivers, navigations). The River Stour Trust can issue craft registrations for unpowered and manually propelled private craft on behalf of the Environment Agency. This tariff applies to manual vessels only, for example, canoes, kayaks …

  • Join the crew

    We are looking for volunteers to join our team of skippers and crew operating our fleet of electric launches on the River Stour in Suffolk, made famous in John Constable’s paintings. The boats operate from Spring through October every weekend, and occasional weekdays, but you can volunteer for as many or few days as you …