The British coastline offers some of the best sea kayaking opportunities in the world, but anyone venturing out needs to understand the risks and paddle safely.
Several local canoe clubs in the South Eastern region joined forces on Sunday 29th April in a major project to remove rubbish from the water and banks of the River Medway in Kent.
Holyhead marina incident and potential spread of the marine invasive non-native species Didemnum vexillum.
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.
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.
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.
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.
British Canoeing welcomes DEFRA’s 25 Year Environment Plan, the long anticipated strategy for the environment released earlier this year.
British Canoeing would like to make paddlers aware that high water levels at Symonds Yat rapids on the River Wye have caused movement amongst the boulders that make up the rock walls (groynes) on river left of the island.
We’re looking for canoe clubs to trial a new environmental pilot scheme.
Find out more about the current floating pennywort spread and help the Environment Agency by reporting the current distribution of this invasive species and take measures to prevent the spread.