Created in response to the pandemic, the Million Mile Clean connects your collective beach, street, river and mountain cleaning action. The campaign aims to inspire, empower and support 100,000 volunteers walking 10 miles whilst cleaning the places they love. It will be the biggest and most impactful clean up event ever!
British Canoeing is back with a new series of the Paddlecast tonight with guests from across the paddlesport community talking to host Etienne Stott MBE.
This week the new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill receives its second reading in the House of Commons, which could potentially have a negative impact on our access to the countryside.
British Canoeing is pleased to announce a new addition to its places to paddle sites.
British Canoeing is OBJECTING to planning application TWC/2021/0165 to erect signage restricting public access to popular access point on the River Severn.
As well as making a difference together through CACW, there are small changes we can make at home to help our rivers too. Did you know? It's reported at least 8 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year. That's a lot! In fact, it's the equivalent of 4 million London Eye's, 75 million Dreamliner aeroplanes, or 1 billion elephants, according to OceanPlasticCleanup.com!
In this latest View from the Riverbank Places to Paddle Manager Ben Seal fills us in on the work the team have been doing over the past few months and how we're continuing to use our collective voice to help shape government policy.
British Canoeing, alongside other businesses, MPs, faith leaders, academics and campaigning organisations are calling on the Prime Minister to introduce legally binding targets to stem the growing tide of plastic pollution.
A joint industry-government group established last year to tackle river pollution has now agreed a new objective to prevent damage from storm overflows, fantastic news for paddlers and water users alike.
British Canoeing has joined with other leading outdoor organisations to write to the Home Office, Ministry of Justice and Defra to express serious concerns about the government’s proposal to change trespass rules.
Our campaign to secure fair, shared, sustainable open access to England’s waterways began two years ago, see how far we have come since then.