The efforts of volunteers, throughout 2023, to remove floating pennywort on the River Lea and Lee Navigation has been incredible.
For the first time in 100 years, paddlers can now explore the ‘iconic’ Ladybower Reservoir.
Ben Seal, British Canoeing's Head of Access and Environment, explains why things are slowly changing for the better when it comes to accessing blue spaces.
The Guardian is reporting today that Labour have ‘U-turned’ on plans to bring a new ‘Right to Roam’.
British Canoeing's president Dee Paterson joins volunteers and partners on the water to help shift about four tonnes of invasive floating pennywort.
A consultation on banning wet wipes containing plastic has been begun in a bid to tackle plastic pollution and clean up our waterways.
The discovery of invasive demon shrimp at a regatta at the National Watersports Centre has further highlighted the importance of Check Clean Dry.
Adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts, grab your paddles! A further 99 miles (160km) of waterways are opening up for British Canoeing members.
Beth Gill was among the speakers at the ICF's sustainability conference during the Canoe Slalom World Championships.
Hundreds of children have been given the chance to paddle for the first time as a result of free activities at the World Championships.
Sports minister Stuart Andrew and Olympian Dame Katherine Grainger visited Lee Valley White Water Centre for the start of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships.