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Top Weekend for Club Volunteers

Last weekend 87 volunteers from 42 clubs joined together at Glenmore Lodge, the National Outdoor Training centre for an action packed weekend of development. Delegates chose from a range of 62 different workshops and sessions from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon.


Canoe Wales recruiting 2 posts

Canoe Wales is recruiting two part time Regional Development Officers - closing date 30th May

Full details on the Canoe Wales Recruitment Page


Go Canoeing Volunteers Required

We are currently seeking volunteers to join the committee responsible for organising the calendar of Go Canoeing trips and events.


Duncan R Winning OBE Funeral Details

The funeral of Duncan R Winning OBE will take place at Greenock Crematorium on Thursday 12th April at 09:00. Wake to follow at The Chartroom, Kip Marina, Inverkip, PA16 0BF and all are welcome.

Dress Code: Formal 


Union Canal Essential works

Essential repairs to the Union Canal means that  Scottish Canals will  be installing a stop gate at Wilcoxhom bridge No 42 & Manse Road bridge No 43 Preston Road bridge No 45 and stop planks at Woodcockdale bridge No 48, impacting on navigation between Sunday 15th April and


Stanley Access 2018

Parking for Paddlers – Mr. Mike Smith's land - end of Linn Road, Burnmouth, Stanley

Please note new arrangements below, enacted April 1st 2018


Duncan Winning OBE

It is with great sadness that the SCA learned today of the death of Duncan Winning OBE.


Stay Safe, Keep Clear

SSE and the Scottish Canoe Association want to help you stay safe by keeping clear of all man-made structures found at our hydro schemes.


River Averon - Tree Blockage

There are two trees down across the river on the middle section of the Averon just down stream of the castle. The first, at the bottom of a grade 2 rapid, marked by a large grey boulder on river right just upstream of it, is negotiable on river right.