Ponsonby to Ty Mawr – Great trip Level 0.85 – good to be back out – shoulder healing slowly – so lots of Grade 2 for me this year for first 6 months. John Allerton More pics from Ponsonby to Ty Mawr
After 13 years of service, our old membership system has reached the end of its life. This weekend, we are transferring our membership system over to our new website. If you are a current member you will receive an email with a new username and password. You can follow the simple instructions in the email to log in to the club website and then edit profile. (Edit your details) It… Read More »Transfer of our members to a new membership system
Liverpool Canoe Club Polo Team Congratulations on a successful year for LCC Polo Team. Here are a few photographs from their last training game of the year which took place on 31st December in the Duke’s Dock. Water temperature was 6 Celsius and air temperature was a balmy 12 Celsius. Nikon D3300. ISO 800. Speed 1/800 sec. f/48. Lens 155mm. Jim Duffy
Today was yet again a great paddle at Leasowe . 3rd paddle of the of the year here at 10′ drive from home, I could get used to this! Thanks for the shout Karl Tattum. Here are a few snaps and a short video. It was windy and cold (well, not cold enough for the many swimmers!), but well worth it.
River Dee on high (Sunday 9th January) 8 of us turned up on the river today to paddle down from Horseshoe Weir to Town Falls. At 0.98 on the Corwen Gauge it was officially high but only just. At this level many of the features were “fast and bouncy” but still very enjoyable. We enjoyed watch Harvey hop out after every rapid to tip the water out of his new… Read More »River Dee on high (Sunday 9th January)
Litter Pick at the docks (Friday 7th January) by John Fay Today’s litter pick. 11 bags of trash from half the docks.
River Banwy (Tuesday 28th December) We used open boats and put in at Llanerfyl just below the bridge. Make sure you park carefully here and do not park in any gateways as farm access is always needed and the farmer has been known to block in any cars poorly parked. There is only room for 3 cars. As we were leaving there was a group of 4 people on SUPs… Read More »River Banwy (Tuesday 28th December)
River Dee Paddle (Monday 27th December) by John Cooke Nice paddle on the Dee today, probably my last paddle of 2021 so here’s looking forward to next year. Hopefully get a lot more paddling done, and trips organised. If anyone has any suggestions let me know and see if we can sort something out. Thanks to Chris, Rob, Keith, Sara, and Tom for today, nice squirrelly level through Serpents and… Read More »River Dee Paddle (Monday 27th December) by John Cooke
Liverpool Open Water Swim on Boxing Day (Sunday 26th December) by Jim Duffy Thanks to everyone from Liverpool Canoe Club who helped with kayak safety cover for the Liverpool Open Water Swimming Club Boxing Day swim in the Salthouse Dock. Air temperature was 5 Celsius and water temperature was 6 Celsius. There were about 45 swimmers who took part in the various swims and a host of family and supporters.… Read More »Liverpool Open Water Swim on Boxing Day (Sunday 26th December) by Jim Duffy
Christmas Docks Paddle Sunday 19th December 2021 34 of us turned up at the docks to decorate out boats and put on festive costumes for our traditional Christmas paddle. Despite it being very cold and very foggy we paddled up to the Museum and past he Pump House Pub into the heart of Liverpool. We even watched as Paul and Harvey tried some Christmas rolling but the cold water cut… Read More »Christmas Docks Paddle Sunday 19th December 2021