The current guidance on paddling activity in England. Plus, latest guidance on the rules on what you can and cannot do from Monday 17 May as the roadmap moves into Step 3.
Following the recent Coronavirus (Covid-19) government announcement regarding new guidance for the national lockdown in England, British Canoeing has received confirmation that paddling for exercise on the waterways is permitted.
The government has issued new guidance for the national lockdown in England, which comes into force on Tuesday 5 January.
British Canoeing has updated guidelines to support the resumption of canoe polo.
Following the government’s announcement that all areas of England will return to a tiered system of coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions, British Canoeing has revised its paddling guidance for England.
Due to the changes of Government guidance coming into force from 2 December, British Canoeing Awarding Body can provide further advice to Providers delivering qualifications and awards.
Following the recent Coronavirus (Covid-19) government announcement regarding new lockdown measures, British Canoeing has today received confirmation that recreational paddling and exercise on the waterways is permitted.
Following the latest announcements by the government in relation to a second lockdown, British Canoeing will be closing its main office tomorrow (Thursday 5 November) with staff working at home.
If you’re planning to head to Wales to go paddling any time soon, please be aware that many parts of Wales are currently subject to a local lockdown with travel restrictions in place. You can find up-to-date information and guidance on paddling in Wales from Canoe Wales.
Following the announcements by the Prime Minister today in relation to the ongoing Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, British Canoeing is once again operating with most staff working at home for an indefinite period.
Following recent confirmation with CIMPSA, DCMS and Sport England, British Canoeing is pleased to confirm that the running of qualifications and awards is allowed, under the exemption of education and training, within the government's latest guidance on social distancing.