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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. 

04/01/2017

River Deveron: Tree Hazard

Tree blockage on the Deveron. If the river was to flood this could cause not only a serious hazard to paddlers but a major blockage and possible flooding upriver. 

04/01/2017

River Tay: Steps at Luncarty

Another River Acces Improvement!

04/01/2017

River Yarrow: Tree blockage

The huge tree on the Yarrow at Lady's bridge has moved and is a serious danger at any water level!

20/12/2016

Appointment: SCA Independent Athlete Liaison

To strengthen the link between the SCA Performance programme and current or aspiring athletes, the SCA is seeking two extremely capable and well connected individuals to take on the volunteer role of Independent Athlete Liaison.

20/12/2016

Andy Jackson Fund for Access website

Jonathan Riddell has put together a website for the Andy Jackson Fund for Access trustees. This contains all the information about the trust, its aims and its work to date.

16/12/2016

Recreation Director Vacancy

Neil Farmer, the current and long standing SCA Recreation Director has decided to step down from the Board. As a result, the SCA seeks applications from individuals who are interested in joining the board to take on this role. 

14/12/2016

Office Closing over Christmas

Caledonia House is closed over Christmas and therefore the SCA office will also be closed from 3pm on Friday 23rd December. The office will reopen at 8:30am on Wednesday 4th January. 

14/12/2016

River Roy: Fence at Egress

On a recent visit to the River Roy it seems that the usual get off point (below the railway bridge - below Roybridge itself) has had a temporary fence erected (a makeshift fence made from chicken mesh attached with cable ties and string).

12/12/2016

Survey: Measuring Water Quantity in Scottish Rivers

Weather uncertainty often results from long-term climate change, and paddlers across Scotland may have experienced this in the form of unusually high (or low!) flowing rivers in recent years.

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