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Leukaemia Tay Race

The river Tay water level has improved over the weekend and the river will be navigable although it will still be low. Under stern rudders definitely a good choice on Sunday 28 May.

Full details can be found on the adjacent link:


Linn Road Safety

Paddlers are reminded to take care when driving along the Linn Road at Stanley as there have been some near misses recently which have been reported to the SCA. The road is single track with blind bends so please take care at all times and be respectful of all road users. 


River Cononish: Parking

River Cononish access update from Matt Brook:


Readvertisment - SCA Performance Coach Slalom

Vacancy - SCA Performance Coach - Slalom

This role is being re-advertised. Former applicant no need to reapply


Tweed Festival Cancelled - No Water

Unfortunately the upcoming Tweed Festival has been cancelled. The promised rainfall didn't come to much, and today's rain, even though a bit heavier has had no real effect yet.  You can check the SEPA web site for river levels.


Level 2 Refresher Days - Free!

We are running a series of free Level 2 Refresher Days through the Summer/Autumn to help aspiring Level 2 coaches with their on-going development. 


Go Canoeing Tours 2017 - Calendar Launched!

The calendar for the 2017 Go Canoeing Tours is up and tours are now open for booking! 



The season kicks of with 4 different tours offered in June:


Regional Officer Fife - Vacancy

The current Regional Officer for Fife, Mike Spencer has regretfully decided to step down so we are looking for a new RO based in the region who is able to continue his good work. 


Fish Trap - River Loy

Marine Scotland Science are working to try and establish the causes of salmon decline on the West Coast and are conducting some tagging work on the River Loy put into the River Loy, (trib of the river Lochy near Fort William).