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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. 

13/09/2016

Inverness Bridge Works

Building of the bridge over the Ness at Holm mills: at the moment work is concentrated on the river banks and not obstructing any flow through the weir but, as work progresses, this will change.

12/09/2016

River Isla - Blockage Cleared

The SCA is very pleased to announce that after considerable pressure and work, a severe tree blockage on the River Isla in Perthshire, on the stretch between Meigle, and the 'metal bridge' at Aberbothrie has been removed.

09/09/2016

Spey Access Update

Here are some updates on the Spey, including a number of breaches to the LRA, which are hugely damaging to the spirit; integrity and long-term durability of the excellent Access Legislation sculpted in 2003. The Spey need

07/09/2016

Committee Vacancies Open

Are you passionate about paddling?

07/09/2016

Committee Modernisation

The existing SCA Committee structure has been in place for many years and required a review and clarification on how things should run.

07/09/2016

Thurso River

Message from Colin Matheson (River Advisor, Thurso)

01/09/2016

British Canoeing Strategy

British Canoeing are now in the final stages of developing their strategy for the next four years and are inviting paddlers all over the country to take part in their final consultation. 

Message from British Canoeing:

31/08/2016

Scottish Racing Week 2016

Scottish Racing Week is held is August each year and involves 5 races being held over 8 days on different types of water – river, lochs and canal.

26/08/2016

Seaton Park Slalom - Cancelled

After due thought, discussion and review of site conditions Aberdeen Kayak Club have taken the reluctant decision to cancel the Seaton Park Slalom for 2016.  Considerable effort has been extended in seeking to progress various works and a requirement to involve local authority support.

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