British Canoeing is committed to playing a leading role in securing a bright future for our waters, and improving access to and along the water for paddlers.
We are always working to secure greater recognition of the need for improved access to and along our waterways, and you can find details of this work, and our policies in this area, through these pages.
Our Waterways & Environment team is working to ensure paddlers can take part in work to improve our waterways through volunteering, and engagement with a wide variety of partners, and we hope this section of the website helps you find the resources you need to get involved too.
In addition we are always working to secure greater recognition of the need for improved access to and along our waterways, and you can find details of this work, and our policies in this area, through these pages.
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Access and Environment News
British Canoeing Joins Key Environmental Network
As part of the new Access and Environmental Charter, British Canoeing has joined the Wildlife and Countryside Link, a unique coalition of more than 48 organisations concerned with the conversation and protection of wildlife in the countryside.
Incident Reporting Online Form
British Canoeing have updated the online incident reporting form which provides all paddlers, not just British Canoeing members, the opportunity to report all canoeing incidents and near misses.
A Joint Statement on Access from the Board of British Canoeing, Ivan Lawler and Pam Bell
The Board of British Canoeing is pleased to issue this joint statement with Ivan Lawler and Pam Bell, which outlines our plans and proposals to address the challenges around access and the right of navigation in England.
British Canoeing seeks volunteers to shape the future of recreational touring
Are you passionate about outdoor recreation and canoe touring? British Canoeing is looking for volunteers to form a new Recreational Touring working group in England.