Via Lee Valley Whitewater Centre: "For all of you budding young paddlers - make sure you check out this half term holiday paddling camp/course! great chance to develop your skills!"
Wey Kayak Club are running a heavily-subsidised Level 2 Coach course on 27/28th October and 3/4 November. There are a couple of places left - for £150, this is a local bargain unlikely to be bettered, so if you're looking at doing your Level 2 please contact Paul Newman, email@example.com, as soon as possible.
Just a reminder to please put the Club weight-training equipment back in it's proper place. The equipment is being dismantled and not returned - this means it is not ready for others to use. Please respect the kit that is there for all of us to use.
Some equipment also appears to have gone missing - if you know where it is, please put it back!
Take a look at the new videos from Geoff, Paul T & Zac - all on the video page. Have you subscribed to our Youtube Channel yet?
Bewl Canoe Club are running a heavily-subsidised Level 1 Coaching course in March / April 2013, dates to be confirmed. The cost for this course will be £150.
If you would like to become a Level 1 Coach, please contact Paul Newman, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Bill (email@example.com) as soon as possible. We will be running courses to gain the pre-requisites for Level 1 depending on demand - this includes the FSRT course on the 28th October.
There are still a few spaces on the 3* training & assessment course next weekend (20th October) - contact Bill (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Niki, (email@example.com) for details and see the main calendar entry.
From Chris Edge, our PDO:
"Last Tuesday night Hunston CC, based in Chichester, had break in and a lot of their club's equipment was stolen:
PLEASE CAN YOU ALL BE ON HIGH ALERT IF YOU ARE APPROACHED TO PURCHASE ANYTHING OF SIMILARITY AND CONTACT THE POLICE IMMEDIETELY."
These locks will be closed from 19-30th November for essential maintenance. This won't affect canoes & kayaks particularly, but be aware that the portages are likely to be diverted / longer during this time.