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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. 

03/06/2017

Canoe Wales seeks Independent Chair

Canoe Wales seeks an independent chair. All the information is on the CW website and the closing date is 14th July 2017

01/06/2017

Lower Tummel: Access at Clunie

For kayakers heading to the Lower River Tummel this weekend and in the coming weeks...

31/05/2017

Volunteers sought for SCA Equality Group

Extended Closing Date - 14th August!

25/05/2017

Isle of Rhum Red Deer Project

From 15th May to 25th June researchers are trying to tag all the deer calves born in the study area, which stretches from just West of Kilmory Bay to just East of Shamhnan Insir Bay.  If camping on this bit of coastline, it would be very helpful if kayakers kept a very low profile and tried not d

23/05/2017

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:

23/05/2017

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. 

23/05/2017

River Cononish: Parking

River Cononish access update from Matt Brook:

17/05/2017

Readvertisment - SCA Performance Coach Slalom

Vacancy - SCA Performance Coach - Slalom

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

17/05/2017

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.

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