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2024 British Canoeing AGM

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2024 British Canoeing AGM Registration is open to attend the virtual British Canoeing AGM (British Canoeing Members only). However, some club members might find the British Canoeing Annual Report 2023 or other AGM documents interesting, not least, as you may recognise a current club member on page 41. British Canoeing will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the evening of Tuesday 12 March 2024. Immediately following the AGM,… Read More »2024 British Canoeing AGM

Sunday 18th February – River Seiont (grade 3(4)) – White Water Kayak

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Sunday 18th February – River Seiont (grade 3(4)) – White Water Kayak We made an early start and met at Bangor Services on the A55 for coffee and breakfast before heading to the Seiont. The level was medium and had stopped going up so we were feeling happy. It was mine and Martin’s first time on the Seiont, but (spoiler alert) it won’t be our last. We moved all the boats… Read More »Sunday 18th February – River Seiont (grade 3(4)) – White Water Kayak

Saturday 17th February – River Lune (grade 2/3) – White Water Kayak

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Saturday 17th February – River Lune (grade 2/3) – White Water Kayak Three of us met at services on the M6 and decided on the River Lune from Beck Foot down to Kirkby Lonsdale, taking in 2 sections from the guides. River levels were looking a little low but not too bad. We put all the boats on one car, left one car at the get out and drove up the… Read More »Saturday 17th February – River Lune (grade 2/3) – White Water Kayak

Docks Paddle – Sunday 18th February by John Fay

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Docks Paddle – Sunday 18th February by John Fay Still in February and we had 20 members out on Sundays Dock paddle. There was a mixture of craft from Sea kayaks, crossovers, whitewater Kayaks and also four SUPs out. Like the old Sunday paddles the group stayed together and enjoyed chatting with other members and enjoying flapjacks provided by Colin and Sue Lowndes. Some had instruction on rolling from John… Read More »Docks Paddle – Sunday 18th February by John Fay

Liverpool Canoe Club Core Coaching Course January and February 2024

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Liverpool Canoe Club Core Coaching Course January and February 2024 As part of LCC’s commitment to support the training and progression of its volunteers and club members, the club organised a British Canoeing ‘Core Coach Training’ course. This course is a prerequisite for all BC Coaching Qualifications. The course can be delivered either in person over 2 full days, or online with 4 x four-hour sessions. Our course was online,… Read More »Liverpool Canoe Club Core Coaching Course January and February 2024

LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS at Albert Dock Friday 9th – Sunday 11th February 2024

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LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS at Albert Dock Friday 9th – Sunday 11th February 2024 No paddling Thursday to Sunday evening (4:30pm onwards) this week into Salthouse Dock (Dragon Fire show) – see below: For a full listing of what’s on and when during the weekend please visit www.lcba.net or https://www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/liverpool-lunar-new-year/ ROAD CLOSURES This year marks the year of the Dragon. In order to compliment this event there will be a number of performances… Read More »LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS at Albert Dock Friday 9th – Sunday 11th February 2024

The paddler Magazine Winter 2024

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Winter Paddler issue 75

WINTER 2024 ISSUE 75 CONTENTS A chat with… David Bain By Peter Tranter How we became the first to kayak the Northwest Passage By Mark Agnew How to always have other paddlers to paddle with By Del Read Five of my favourite WW rivers in England By Del Read Canoeing the Rogen Nature Reserve – Sweden By John R. Dean The Guide Stroke By Rolf Kraiker Canoe Focus British Canoeing’s… Read More »The paddler Magazine Winter 2024

Liverpool Canoe Club Junior Club Trip – Bridgewater Canal

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Liverpool Canoe Club Junior Club Trip – Bridgewater Canal On Sunday the 28th of January 2024, the Junior club kayaked the Bridgewater Canal. We were due to paddle the river Weaver but there was a rowing event which made it too busy, so we decided to go to the canal instead. There was 14 of us 7 adults and 7 juniors. We put on the canal in Runcorn near the… Read More »Liverpool Canoe Club Junior Club Trip – Bridgewater Canal

For sale Pyranha Fusion £450

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For sale Pyranha Fusion £450 1 x Blue (Large Fusion) Kayak 1 x Yellow (Small Fusion) Kayak Both have usual scratches on but no deep scratches or repairs. Asking £450 each Please phone for more information:- Julie – 07725880102 —

River Dee Introductory Paddle 27th January 2024

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River Dee Introductory Paddle 27th January 2024 After all the rainfall we decided to head for the River Dee. Although the classic WW section was too high for most paddlers on the day there were at least 3 sections that would run at Grade 2(3) at medium levels (0.94 on the Corwen gauge). River Dee Corwen to Horseshoe Falls Grade 2 River Dee – Horseshoe Falls to Llangollen Town Weir… Read More »River Dee Introductory Paddle 27th January 2024