Details for this Sunday 1st March meeting at Nafford or paddle from Eckington Bridge.
Extreme White Water – a multimedia presentation by Doug Ammons – “the most inspiring and articulate paddler I know in the world today”
Friday 6th March – 7pm :
Birmingham Canoe Club is hosting an evening with Doug Ammons, one of America’s most famous white water paddlers, on Friday 6th March in the Mary Seacole Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Health, Edgebaston Campus.
This is a good opportunity to have a social outing in stunning scenery on the River Severn. Open boating often allows non paddlers to get involved in our trips, children, friends and partners and perhaps to entice them into our wonderful world!
I’d like an initial indication of who will be interested as we need to make sure we have enough club boats, and enough transport to get them to the river. Also, depending on the interest we may change the trip which is currently billed as Ironbridge to Bridgnorth. This is a lovely trip but has the challenge of Jackfield rapids (safe but possible wet as we found last year!). There are several alternatives depending on the take up we could change this to be Bridgnorth to Arley or Arley to Bewdley, both pretty trips. Let me know if you have a preference.
Contact Caroline or phone 07909 537760
Congratulations to some of our juniors who braved the winter elements today for a trip on the Avon from Wyre to the PRSC to complete their Paddle Power qualifications. It was 3c when we finished with a wind chill of about -3c making it tough for all. Here are a few photo’s to get you started with a few more to be added once I receive them. Select more to view gallery