Last minute paddle. Saturday 20 June from Fladbury to PRSC, meet Fladbury Jubilee Car Park 8pm latest ready to paddle. Depending on how things go we may stop at pub. If you need boat please make arrangements to collect in good time. Let me know if you are coming. Clive P
The day started a lot calmer than the previous day, we awoke quite early having had a reasonable nights sleep. Not wanting to rush and just go with the flow, we surfaced and sorted out breakfast, filtered water for the day, broke camp, tidied up and headed off about 7am. Continue reading “Day 2 on the Tay”
One of the members of The Crankies served us breakfast, it was a bit odd, we were catching up on the election results when there was a comment (I wonder who?) about all those SNP MPs from Scotland sitting on an English Parliament. Hmm, we were in Stirling, Continue reading “Tay Day 1 – Loch Tay”
Last winter we logged miles – this summer I’d like to log memories – or at least photos of them! With all the things on the program, and with the events lined up at the Riverside Centre (see previous posts) I plan to run a Photo Competition Continue reading “WKCC Summer Photo Competition Starts NOW!”
Summer is nearly here (honest, despite the cold and drizzly weather) and I want to make you aware of some summer dates at the Riverside Centre where we need your support for WKCC and the new centre: Continue reading “WKCC Dates for the Diary – Your Help Requested”
Canoe England Volunteer Awards are now open for nominations and this year sees new awards in honour the achievements and spirit of John MacGregor: Continue reading “Canoe England Volunteer Award”
I am organizing a full moon paddle this coming Saturday (2/5/15) night from Jubilee Bridge car park, Fladbury to Pershore.
We will be meeting at Pershore Riverside Centre at 9.00pm so we can sort cars out.
Let me know via Facebook or text if you would like to come.
Please arrive ready to paddle with your kit sorted and bring a glow stick to wear on your person so that we don’t lose anyone. (ASDA usually sell them in a pack of 2 for a pound. I will bring a few spares) Head torches are also useful when getting on and off the water.
If you want to come and need to use club boat let me know so we can arrange to be there earlier and sort it out.
Bit of a change of plan for tomorrow night – the levels look good and suitable for all, so we’ve taken a vote to head up to Nafford for a play in the weir and ferry glide across the flows. Meet at Eckington bridge ready to paddle at 6.30, this should get you up to Nafford for about ten to seven.
This means we WON’T be at PRSYC tomorrow evening.
Todays Tryweryn paddle! Me, Ben Brown, Ian, Jonah and Max did a run on the upper to start. 0 swims but Max decided to practice his first ever moving water roll in the nice stopper drop just before Chapple. Continue reading “Tryweryn – Sunday 29th March”