Following on from the BBC coverage last week, it was great to hear Baroness Grey-Thompson, discussing the benefits for better access for everybody to our waterways.
It was great to see access debate on the BBC Six O'Clock News last night.
The Committee Stage debate on the Agriculture Bill in the House of Lords marks a landmark for British Canoeing and its Clear Access, Clear Waters Campaign.
Places to Paddle Manager Ben Seal tells us about a key piece of work the team has been doing to put forward changes to the new Agriculture Bill which will be debated today in the House of Lords.
British Canoeing has signed up to support the Wildlife and Countryside Link (WCL) in its Grow Back Better campaign to kick-start a green recovery.
Tonight Etienne will be discussing access, trespass and land ownership with campaigner Guy Shrubsole and author Nick Hayes
British Canoeing has had to take the unfortunate decision of temporarily restricting access to its site on the banks of the River Dart near Holne Bridge.
Richard Atkinson explains our involvement and support for the Blueprint For Water policy document, Changing Course, to improve our freshwater environment in the future.
British Canoeing is standing with Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) and calling on the UK Government to end sewage pollution in coastal and river waters as part of a new campaign to guarantee safe-seas all year round, encouraging the British public to join the charity petition.
Ben Seal, paddler, club trustee and Places to Paddle Manager at British Canoeing shares his view from the riverbank in our latest blog.
A fundraising campaign has been set up by British Canoeing Volunteers and the South West Regional Development team to raise funds for the land at the River Dart near to Holne Bridge.