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Linlithgow Winter Time Trial #4 - Relocated

This event has been relocated to avoid the drained canal in Linlithgow on Sunday 12 February.
Full details can be found on the attached flyer.


Coaching Matters 2017 Dates Released

We are pleased to confirm the programme of Coaching Matters events for 2017.


Surf Committee - Applications Open

Do you dream of catching the perfect wave, want to help organise events and develop the surf scene in Scotland?

Now's your chance - applications are being invited for the SCA Surf Committee.


Recreation Director Appointment

Following Neil Farmer's resignation as Recreation Director, the SCA Board are pleased to welcome Willie McLeod to the role. Willie has been involved in SCA committeees and Board roles for many years, and the Board are pleased to welcome him back to continue as Recreation Director.


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.


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.


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.


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.