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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. 

29/03/2018

Duncan Winning OBE

It is with great sadness that the SCA learned today of the death of Duncan Winning OBE.

28/03/2018

Stay Safe, Keep Clear

SSE and the Scottish Canoe Association want to help you stay safe by keeping clear of all man-made structures found at our hydro schemes.

27/03/2018

River Averon - Tree Blockage

There are two trees down across the river on the middle section of the Averon just down stream of the castle. The first, at the bottom of a grade 2 rapid, marked by a large grey boulder on river right just upstream of it, is negotiable on river right.

27/03/2018

Obstruction - River Kelvin Bridge Repairs

OBSTRUCTION ON THE KELVIN

The lower bridge in Glasgow Botanic Gardens is being repaired. This has involved scaffolding below the bridge at water level. This is likely to be in place until June. Best to portage around the bridge especially if there's much of a current. 

27/03/2018

Spey White Water Race Results

The Spey White Water Cassic and Sprint took place on Sunday 25th March on the river Spey. 

The Classic started at 13.00 with the Sprint starting an hour later at 14.00. 

Please see the documents for the race results. 

13/03/2018

British Canoeing Provider Guidance Notes

These notes aim to provide guidance on a range of British Canoeing Qualification and Awards to assist candidates, as well as provide advice and inform trainers and assessors of appropriate practices when delivering British Canoeing Qualifications and Awards.
13/03/2018

Incident Reporting & near misses

“The information you give us could help keep others safe”

In 2017 British Canoeing formed a UK wide Safety Panel to improve safety systems, work with partner agencies and provide guidance.

13/03/2018

British Canoeing Coaching Diploma Threepeat!

The British Canoeing Coaching Diploma (formally Level 4) is a 2 year programme that aims to support the development of coaches as visionary and knowledgeable decision makers, with exceptional skills, behaviours and the highest professional and ethical standards.

12/03/2018

River Tay: Roadworks At Stanley

There are due to be 2 weeks of roadworks between Thistlebrig and Stanley Square, this will make a car shuttles be via Luncarty or even Bankfoot.

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