Update for non members paddling session for 2021 season. Following Government Guidelines regarding covid 19 and also in line with our governing body on the water, British Canoeing, we are unable to offer non members any Wednesday evenings until May 19th with a booking system in place for your intent to paddle(Details on how to book will be posted once we have sorted) This date will be reviewed if there is a change in current circumstances. Bridgnorth Canoe Club cannot wait to invite you back on the river as soon as is possible. We thank you for your continued support.
Bridgnorth Canoe Club is affiliated to British Canoeing and we are currently following a phased return to paddling using guidelines from their Risk Assessment for Covid 19.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page for more up to date info.
Please see above link for the Covid Risk Assessment for Phase 1 return to river
Now the nights are drawing in we are meeting at a slightly earlier time. Meeting at boathouse at 18.00 to get kitted up and on the river for 18.30 off by 20.30 see you there.
New online membership form now live.
Firstly complete online membership application. Once the application been received we will have to approve it. Once approved you will get an email with instructions on how to pay. You then need to choose a payment method and we then have to approve that we have received payment. Once everything is confirmed you will become an active member.
Link is below
If you do not have access to a computer then arrangements can be made for our membership secretary to complete form on your behalf .
Our very own extreme kayaker Harry Turner has been selected to pioneer an expedition into the Russian Far East.
We’re very proud that our very own awesome Harry Turner will be joining the British University Kayak Expedition on its bi-yearly voyage, this year venturing into some of the most challenging waters in the Russian Far East. We wish him all the best on his exciting adventures and look forward to hearing about them on his return. He will be giving a short chat about it at the Bridnorth Canoe Club AGM on Monday 25th March.
You can read the full article at the address below