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Mon 30 January 2017

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. 

19/03/2019

River Dee: Caution

River Dee, post flood Dec/Jan, 2015/16.  The banks of the Dee, three years on, are still regrading themselves from cliffs to slopes, and trees are still falling in all along the river.  The lower river (below Banchory) has more trees causing hazards than the upper river.  Caution is required at a

19/03/2019

NEW Introduction to Paddle-Ability Workshop

British Canoeing Awarding Body is pleased to launch the NEW Introduction to Paddle-Ability workshop, aimed at anyone who would like to develop their understanding of working with paddlers with a disability. 

14/03/2019

Glen Etive - Update

In the spring of 2017 the SCA learned of plans to develop run of the river hydro schemes on eight tributaries in Glen Etive.

12/03/2019

Leadership and Safety Provider Trainers

Scottish Canoe Association is inviting applications from existing Providers of safety and leadership awards to fulfil the role of Trainers in Scotland. (British Canoeing, Canoe Wales and Canoe Association of Northern Ireland are also conducting a similar concurrent process). 

12/03/2019

NEW Stand Up Paddleboard Coach Awards

British Canoeing Awarding Body is pleased to share that we will be releasing four new Coach Award pathways for those looking to coach Stand Up Paddleboarding. 

11/03/2019

Middle Averon: Wires

Yet another hazard on the middle section of the Averon... about 1km downstream of the tree hazard below there are two stainless steel wires with electric cables attached strung right across the river on a gd 1/2 section.

08/03/2019

South Esk: Blockage

Paddlers should be warned that there is a blockage on the South Esk at Justinhaugh, which is upstream of Finavon on the A90
Approaching Justinhaugh, the river divides around a large island, and the right channel is usually not able to be taken, as it is very shallow.

07/03/2019

Jon Schofield Joins Scottish Canoe Association

The SCA is extremely pleased to announce that Jon Schofield, one of Britain’s most successful Canoe Sprint paddlers, will be joining the SCA staff team as the new Head of Performance & Pathways.

28/02/2019

British Canoeing AGM

BRITISH CANOEING 39TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

SATURDAY 9th MARCH 2019 AT 10AM

TO BE HELD AT - EASTWOOD HALL, MANSFIELD ROAD, EASTWOOD, NOTTINGHAM, NG16 3SS

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