Your latest update on all things 'Clear Access, Clear Waters' and what the team have been up to over the summer, from Places to Paddle Manager, Ben Seal .
Paddle Peak headed up by Escape UK (Belper based adventure providers) and Peak UK (Darley Dale based paddlesport equipment manufacturers) ran come and try kayaking sessions over the scorching bank holiday weekend as part of Cromford Mill’s Outdoor Weekend.
Last week we told you about the new Desmond Family Canoe Trail which officially launches at the end of August. To celebrate the trail launch, women's paddling ambassador Skye De Wilde took on the trail in two different ways...
A five-year youth project to create the UK’s first coast to coast canoe trail reaches a climax this month with a fortnight’s celebrations organised by the Canal & River Trust charity across the entire 162 mile route, from Liverpool in the West to Goole on the Humber estuary.
Our latest Clear Access, Clear Waters blog comes from Dr Paul Jepson from Ecosulis.
British Canoeing is supporting a project which is asking the British public to help the country protect water resources for future generations as part of a major campaign launched today by more than 40 environmental groups, charities, water companies and regulators.
Understanding where you can SUP can be confusing when you're starting out. So to tackle all your SUP questions, we’ve compiled a list of FAQ’s around stand up paddleboarding and British Canoeing membership to hopefully put your mind at ease and answer those burning questions.
British Canoeing and The Canoe Foundation are once again delighted to be supporting Surfers Against Sewage as a Community Partner for their Autumn Beach Clean campaign.
Deputy Leader of The Labour Party, Tom Watson enlists the help of British Canoeing to complete a 9 mile paddling challenge, as part of his Adventures 4 Health campaign!
Congratulations to Andy Gee from Whoosh Explore Canoe Club in Hertfordshire who has been crowned our latest Clear Access Clear Waters Community Champion!
Richard Atkinson, British Canoeing's Waterways and Environment Policy Officer has been on the road attending high profile meetings to share the work British Canoeing are doing to tackle invasive non-native species.