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The Places to Paddle team are working on a range of exciting projects. These will focus on our twin aims of promoting recreational access to our waterways and demonstrating the sport’s commitment to helping strengthen our natural environments. You’ll hear more about these projects soon through out Places to Paddle updates – but our page for the Historic Rights Of Way project is up and running live.

We hope all of these projects will be as interactive as possible – and all will benefit from as many paddlers as possible getting involved. So keep checking back soon to hear more.

Public Rights of Way

Public Rights of Way are useful ways for paddlers to access rivers and come in the form of waterside paths, old fords and ferry crossings.

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