With effect from 6 April 2021 Club Sessions are resuming on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, strictly in accordance with British Canoeing and Government guidelines. Please read the Action Plan and Risk Assessment on the Club Documents page before attending any of these sessions, and follow the requiremnents set out in them strictly; if you have not read these documents and/or do not adhere to their requirements you will not be permitted to participate.
We are not yet ready to accept beginners for coaching, but a further announcement will be made in this regard in the early part of May 2021.
April to September, 2 hour sessions on a Tuesday and Thursday evening, 6.00pm to 8.00pm (meeting at the club at about 5.30pm)
October - March, normally one 2 hour session per week on Saturday mornings, 10.00am to 12 noon (meeting at the club at about 9.45am), occasional sessions on a Sunday, plus indoor sessions in Trinity Leisure Pool for existing members, Thursday evenings 8.15pm to 9.15pm (meeting at the pool at about 8.00pm)
Outdoor sessions are subject to variation, depending on river levels, demand, and the availability of coaches. The best place to check up-to-date information about imminent sessions is on the Club Facebook page [link]
Between October and March, rolling sessions take place in a local pool for existing members.
Club lake trips are arranged from time to time on Ullswater or Derwentwater, usually during the summer, sometimes ending with a barbecue on the lakeshore. These can give an opportunity to try out unfamiliar craft at the end of the trip in safe and sheltered conditions.
Surfing trips are arranged on an occasional basis when conditions promise to be good, usually on the north east coast, eg an open boat or sea kayak.
Club river trips tend to take place between October and March, usually on the Eden or Esk, and are used to improve skills or just have fun.