The Stover Canal Society was formed in 1999 to promote the preservation and restoration of the Stover Canal in South Devon, England. Built in the 18th Century, the canal was used for nearly 150 years to transport clay and other materials from the Bovey Basin, and granite from quarries on Dartmoor, to the docks at Teignmouth.
The society has now merged with the Stover Canal Trust which works with local councils and other interested parties to preserve the line of the canal and to restore it as an amenity for the local community. Some lengths of the canal towpath form part of the Templer Way, and historic trail which links the canal, the tramway and other legacies of the Templer family.
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