Please be aware from Monday 13th August there will be works undertaken at Symonds Yat on the River Wye.
British canoe manufacturer Hou Canoe’s has become one of the first canoe manufactures in the country to ditch plastic packaging as standard for its canoes, a move that will see them save an estimated 3 tonnes of single use plastic over the next year alone. We caught up with Justin Snell, founder of Hou Canoes to find out why a change in mindset with paddlers encouraged him to take the decision to remove the packaging.
We are launching an exciting new programme aimed at supporting new volunteers who are interested in volunteering at a regional and national level with British Canoeing.
Army veteran, Dan Smith has launched a campaign ahead of a grueling challenge where he’ll kayak the length of Great Britain in a bid to raise £25,000 for The Royal British Legion.
Marathon paddlers from over 50 clubs gathered on the Thames last weekend for the National Marathon Championships, hosted this year by Reading Canoe Club, on behalf of the Marathon Race Committee and British Canoeing.
There is still time to get involved with Plastic Patrol 2018.
British Canoeing hosted an ICF Trainee Classifiers course at the National Water Sports Centre on 17 and 18 July as part of the International Relations Strategy.
Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and British Canoeing have today launched an exciting range of commercial opportunities developed to support the growth of paddle sport.
Congratulations to Alex Edwards who took the gold in the men's squirt boat, Ottilie Robinson-Shaw who claimed the gold in the junior K1W, and Harry Price who battled to bronze in the Junior K1M.
The British Rafting team has enjoyed huge success over the weekend at the European Rafting Championships out in Slovakia, coming away with 20 individual medals and four overall medals, continuing their international form from 2017.
Throughout June and July, a team of former and serving Royal Marines are undertaking a pretty epic challenge.