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 Jonah Morgan (33) and Max Nutbeem (33). We’ve done really well this year. I will submit to British Canoeing later this week, so let’s see how we compare.
Well done to Emma Witherford on making the GB Senior Ladies Freestyle Team in her first year as a senior after a succesful career in the junior ranks.
These are the current planned trips after Christmas and into the New Year. Get out and paddle !!!
In all cases please confirm you are coming at least the afternoon before please.
Sunday 27th December, Ham Bridge to Knightwick and to the pub afterwards. See Facebook event or contact Clive.
Wednesday 30th December, River Lugg, from Leominster to Moreton about 15 miles so great for the challenge. Contact Sue T and Rita.
Saturday 2nd January, River Barle, Exmoor, Tarr Steps to Dulverton. See Facebook and contact Kevin.
In addition if you want to arrange anything at short notice while there is some good water around then just post on Facebook.
The quarter 4 programme is now available on the programme page Programme, Quarter 4 2015
The WKCC Programme Google calendar is also now updated for you to add to your own calendars on PC, Tablet, Phone etc. Here is a simple link to a help page which will help you add the WKCC Programme calendar to your device. Help for Google Calendar
If you still get stuck here are some other options.
1. Ask someone in your family who is under 25
2. Ask one of the allegedly more technical people in WKCC.
3. Search on Google or YouTube for further help.
Don’t forget that we have our first major weekend away coming up at the start of October based in Llangollen.
It may be full but check with Claire T. Final details to follow.
Improving Opportunities to Access the Outdoors for Responsible Recreation
As in Clive’s Facebook post – this is an important Consultation see Welsh Gov