|Covid 19 Guidance (paddling and Equipment)|
Covid-19 update – how the club intends to respond to the New Alert Level 5.
National lockdown: stay at home
You must stay at home. This is the single most important action we can all take to protect the NHS and save lives.
You must not leave your home unless necessary.
Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household
The Stewardship group have reviewed all the latest guidance and agreed on the following. From 00:01 Monday 4th January 2021we will suspend all club paddles until either the national lockdown is lifted or further guidance allows. The club always operates within prevailing British Canoeing and Government guidance.
We intend to reinstate the Monday evening zoom calls with club presentations and informal talks but this does mean we need volunteers to talk about any aspect of paddle sport. Please contact email@example.com to volunteer.
Please note that while all club group activity is prohibited, members are still free to exercise either alone or within their household group. This means that if you have your own equipment, you can still paddle locally but please ensure that any paddling is well within your capabilities.
There are many local venues within easy reach of Merseyside. Example locations and access points can be found here https://www.liverpoolcanoeclub.co.uk/venues/Local%20Paddles/ It would be great if members could post short trip reports of any paddling undertaken to inspire others (text and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org)
You can still use this google group to ask for one other person to paddle with you, but you must ensure you keep within the rules. Please note than any such paddling will be a private paddle. No paddles will be put on the club calendar during this time.
Many thanks for all you support over the summer. It has been great to see so much paddling by the club during these difficult times.