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WKCC Information

Welcome to WKCC. Please note that only members of our club have access to our WKCC Facebook group which contains all our latest information. This site is to give you some background information as to what we do as a club and how to contact us to enquire about coming along and trying it out…

WKCC 2017 Review

It’s been another great year for WKCC culminating in us winning British Canoeing West Midlands Regional Club of the Year 2017. The year started well with our usual post Christmas winter social in January closely followed by our traditional South Wales or South West England winter paddling weekend. In the spring we had a Menai…

An inspiring account of how we help others

Joining WKCC has been one of the best things I have ever done, however getting to that point was not easy for me. As someone who suffers from anxiety, I find it incredibly hard to meet new people and join in with these people if I don’t know them. I first started by going along…

WKCC Introduction Course

Latest introduction to Paddle Sport course is coming up. The course covers the basics skills of canoeing, kayaking and SUP along with safety training and some exploring of the Avon around Pershore. This course is aimed at families and seniors with some paddling experience who would like to take their paddling further. Content will be…

Winter Challenge Final Results

So the results are in: 1,868 Total Miles (up from 1,500 last year); 31 unique locations with 3 or more paddlers (up from 27 past year); 58 paddlers participated. Graham Thomas wins for the Senior Men (140); Rita O’Reilly wins for the Senior Ladies (194) and Emma Witherford for the Juniors (52) closely followed by…

Xmas Message from the Chair

Hi all WKCC members (and friends) It’s been a fabulous year at WKCC, with the highlight being the opening of the new extension to the Riverside Centre. 

WKCC Litter Pick Report

Wychavon Kayak and Canoe Club operate on a beautiful part of the River Avon in Worcestershire.  The river at Pershore gets a lot of River traffic and the banks are used heavily by walkers and fishermen.  So litter can detract from its beauty.

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