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We keep this page updated with SCA and paddling news from around Scotland. If you'd like to receive our monthly newsletter and are not currently an SCA member, then please click here to register. 

25/01/2017

Review of AALA - Consultation

HSE is carrying out a review of the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA), the terms of reference for which are now available. The review team will engage, both virtually and face to face, with government officials and stakeholders across all of Great Britain.

25/01/2017

Sport for Everyone - Survey

The Health and Sport Committee has launched an inquiry looking at participation in sport in Scotland. The remit for this work is: To consider the degree of progress made in recent years around access to, and participation in, sport in Scotland.

20/01/2017

Accessing the River Clyde, Glasgow

If you are using the slipway at the Riverside Museum/Kelvin Harbour please do not park, unload or load boats on the access road that leads to the slipway. This is a emergency access road and must be kept clear at all time.

16/01/2017

Help Put More Scottish Paths on the Map

Since Scottish access rights were founded in 2003, local authorities have developed a huge network of their most important routes - known as core paths.

15/01/2017

Linlithgow Winter Time Trial #3 - Cancelled

Linlithgow Winter Time trial

Cancelled due to ice.

The course is affected by thin ice but the last 150m in to the winding hole turn is solid and ther is no wind to break up the ice.

Looks like the thaw has come 12 hours to late!

13/01/2017

GB WWR Training Camps

16/17th February: Grandtully

10/01/2017

Linlithgow Winter Time Trial #3 - Relocated

Due to Scottish Canals draining the water from the canal in Linlithgow this event will be relocated to Park Farm.

Full details are avalable on this flyer.

06/01/2017

Lanarkshire Avon: Changes to the Weir at Millheugh

A new fish pass has been constructed river left at the weir at Millheugh (Larkhall). The SCA guide book suggests the weir be taken hard right.  Left with the new fish ladder has still to be descended. Please approach the weir with caution especially if you intend to take the left hand option.

06/01/2017

WWR 2016 Rankings and 2017 Series Announced

A big congratulations to the winners from the 2016 "Scottish (Scotty) WWR Series".
MK1 - Fraser Gormal
MK1 (Junior) - Calum Gingell
WK1 Morna Campbell/Louise Revell
WK1 (Junior) - Morna Campbell
MC1 - William Fotheringham
WC1 - Rachel Houston

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