Check in at Tonbridge is 9:30 to 10:30 breifing at 10:45 then start. Meet at club 8:30 or at Yalding 9:00
Sorry for late notice but this year's Silly Hat Tour from Tonbridge to Yalding, or Hartlake to Yalding organised by British Canoeing South East Region will take place on Sunday 9th June. Start time is not on the poster but I will post it here asap. If you would like to take part please email me very soon and I will add you to the entry form, entry is £2.50 per person. firstname.lastname@example.org
We've got spaces available on our beginner course this Bank Holiday Monday - and the forecast is fabulous! (More dates also available, see here for details).
Some great photos of this year's Marathon courtesy of Reece:
... moat of Leeds Castle!
Improve technique. Become more confident. Learn new skills.
If you've been paddling for a little while and think there's more to learn, this is for you. If you'd like to go on trips but are a bit nervous you won't keep up, then this is for you. If you're thinking about trying something different - sea kayaking, touring trips, whitewater - this is for you.
The Explore Award is the next step from the beginner course (Discover award / 1*) and is focussed on gaining the skills and confidence you need to become an independent paddler. We're running one in June, and it's free - sign up here! You never know where it might take you ...
If you are interested in doing the River Wye trip on the 7th 8th and 9th of June the cut-off date for those that want to go on this trip but not have not already booked on the trip is Monday 27th of may at 09:00
“Most people would sooner die than think; in fact, they do so”. So said the philosopher Bertrand Russell, who would have been 147 years old tomorrow if he hadn’t died in 1970. So, he should know a thing or two about dying and thinking, then. Something to ponder when you’re underneath your kayak at the pool session tomorrow.