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Go Canoeing

If you’re new to canoeing or if you're looking to get back into a boat, our Come & Try It Starter Sessions are a brilliant way to get out on the water and have a go. You don’t need any specialist kit or skills.

Click here to find out when our Go Canoeing sessions will run!

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A. Joining is easy, simply complete the the online membership application and pay online via the membership page. Or pick up a form at the club house and hand in. See the membership page for further details on joining.
A. Yes! The club runs regular Go Canoeing "come and try it" sessions throughout the summer. See our Go Canoeing page for full details of dates, times & cost. Please note it is essential to pre-book all Go Canoeing sessions with the session organiser before attending.
A. Most definitely NO! The club caters for all abilities from those who've never seen a kayak before to the river running gods of the alps!
A. The club normally meets on Sundays at 9.30am during the club season with the aim of being on the water for 10.00am. Various events and trips also run throughout the year at different times. The dates and times of such trips are published on the club programme.
A. No, unless obviously you are using your own equipment or it is an organised club event.
A. Unfortunately due to limited coaches and club equipment we can not guarantee you will be able to paddle every session. However, wherever possible we will endeavour to ensure you can.
A. No. The club is run on a first come first served basis. However, it maybe necessary to book trips as some have limited spaces. To book on a trip you should contact the trip organisers shown on the club programme.
A. No, all the necessary kayak equipment is provided by the club. Members just need to wear suitable clothing to get wet and some form of footwear.
A. No! For insurance purposes and liability club equipment can only be used with the permission and supervision of a club coach.
A. Club membership does ensure free parking in the centre car park. Use of the car park is limited to Sunday club sessions only & for those carrying kayaks/canoes on their car. It is provided on a first come first served basis with members required to pay for parking in the main car park when full.