British Canoeing is pleased to inform its members that an agreement has been reached with the Cam Conservators to extend the licence agreement for the section of the River Cam under their jurisdiction until the end of March 2021.
The International Canoe Federation has announced all ICF and international canoeing competitions scheduled between now and the end of May will be postponed or cancelled because of ongoing concerns about the coronavirus.
Following the latest advice from the Government announced at 5.00pm today, British Canoeing has issued the following statement.
The annual British Canoeing Volunteer and Recognition Awards took place at Eastwood Hall, Nottinghamshire on Saturday 14th March.
On 30th April 2020 British Canoeing membership fees will be increasing by £2 for all individual membership categories. Family membership will continue to receive a 15% discount on the new fees.
Between mid-March and mid-May British Canoeing will be delivering a further 6 free Safeguarding workshops across England.
British Canoeing will continue to monitor the Government advice regarding the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
In response to a number of historic concerns raised in April 2017, an Independent Investigation was jointly commissioned by British Canoeing and UK Sport, ‘to examine British Canoeing’s governance, corporate responsibility and behaviour with regard to these allegations.’. The Report has now been formally received and the findings have now been published.
There is a new addition to programme provision for 2020, the England Talent Sprint Programme is pleased to announce 'The International Coach Programme'.
In November 2019, the Home Office announced a consultation about strengthening police powers to deal with unauthorised encampments. The consultation closes on 4 March 2020.
It is with great sadness that we bring you news of the death of George Oliver, influential multi-discipline paddler, long term member of Nottingham Kayak Club and friend to paddlers both in the UK and further afield.