The Basingstoke Canal runs for 32 miles from Greywell in Hampshire through to Woodham in Surrey where it joins the Wey Navigation and beyond to the River Thames. It has a continuous tow path and has some 29 locks. The Canal was constructed between 1788 and 1794.
We carried out a module of visitor research among a wide range of users of the Basingstoke Canal, including hard to reach groups such as teenagers and we are also contacting local businesses and landowners. This module of research informed the development of a vision and action plan for the Basingstoke Canal.
Find out more about the Basingstoke Canal.
How can we help?
If you have any questions about carrying out visitor research or would like to discuss our work please don’t hesitate to call Richard Linington on 023 9248 1999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org