Please be aware from Monday 13th August there will be works undertaken at Symonds Yat on the River Wye.
This week's blog post comes from Canal Laureate 2018 for the Canal & River Trust, Nancy Campbell, who took to the waters to write about her journey along the Leeds Liverpool canal.
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.
Advice for paddlers regarding water shortage situation and Blue Green Algae.
Guest Blog from Pam Bell - active member of the British Canoeing Access Advisory Group and long time campaigner for greater access
When it is hot and sunny, there are few better things to do than go for a paddle. It is now when disputes and frustrations over people’s rights of access are more likely to spill over into conflict on the riverbank
As part of the Access and Environment Charter, British Canoeing will be supporting World Rivers Day (23 September) by undertaking a series of clean ups on our rivers, canals and coast.
Members and friends from Colchester Canoe Club and Wivenhoe Canoe Club recently joined forces to clean the River Colne in Colchester
Over the last few months, British Canoeing has been consulting as widely as possible with as many people as possible on the Access and Environment Charter. In this Blog, Ben Seal looks at some of the feedback and how it is now forming the content of the final publication.
The Welsh Government have published a summary of responses received at last year's consultation on 'Sustainable Management of Natural Resources', which included proposals to greatly improve recreational access to inland waters in Wales, but have chosen not to take these proposals forward at this time.
On Monday 18th June, Chantelle Grundy, Access & Environment Officer, and the rest of the Places to Paddle team took to the River Derwent in Derby to carry out a river clean up and practice what they preach.
Richard Atkinson, Waterways and Environment Policy Officer at British Canoeing, recently attended the Washburn recreational cruise to help introduce their new biosecurity wash down facility and explain to paddlers the importance of Check, Clean, Dry when fighting the threat of invasive non native species.