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  • Addlestone Canoe Club
    Addlestone Canoe Club in Surrey is the place to learn, practice and perform all types of canoeing, from a lazy paddle down the canal, to river trips and slalom on fast moving white-water. ACC is within easy reach of local locks and weirs, the Wey Navigation and the River Thames.We are well equipped with all types of canoes and kayaks, paddles and paddling kit which can be used for a small charge by club members. Member's boats can be stored at the club. Addlestone, Surrey, England, UK
    http://www.addlestonecc.org.uk/
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  • Adur Canoe Club
    We are a friendly club that promotes paddlesports as a means of being active, enjoying the outdoors and having fun. We partake in many paddlesport disciplines including: Kayaking (recreational to white-water), Open-Canoeing, Slalom, Freestyle, Surfing, Touring, Sea and Stand-up Paddleboarding. We are a Canoe England and British Canoeing affiliated club. Shoreham-by-sea, West Sussex, England, UK
    http://www.adurcanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Alnmouth Community Rowing
    Alnmouth Rowing is a community venture, with a boat built by members of the community, and housed in a historic old LifeBoatHouse on the beach, right beside the seaside. In the 2015 season we launched our skiff, and we gained a new home on the beach. Over 500 people took part in more than 100 launches before the season ended. Since then we have attracted more members and widened the number and scope of rowing events available. Alnmouth, Northumberland, England, UK
    http://alnmouthrowing.org/
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  • Alton Canoe Club
    We are a friendly canoe club based in Alton, Hampshire. At the club we have two main seasons, Summer (Easter to September) and Winter (September to Easter). During the summer period we meet outdoors in Alton and the surrounding area every Friday evening. During the winter period we meet Friday evenings at Alton sports centre (see below for times). There are occasional other events including weekends away, walks & BBQs! Alton, Hampshire, England, UK
    http://www.altoncanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Amathus Dragon Boat Racing Club
    AMATHUS invites YOU to one of our training sessions, in which you will experience the diverse and exciting challenges that this unique watersport has to offer, and also the friendly and welcoming environment of our club. This invitation is absolutely free and has no obligations attached, and all equipment will be provided free of charge. Amathus is one of Britain’s premier Dragon Boat Racing clubs and our expert team of coaches will help you to attain whatever level you desire, be it novice or international team member, and you will feel welcome and at home straight away in the friendly atmosphere. Liverpool, England, UK
    http://www.amathusdbc.org/
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  • Amble Coastal Rowing Club
    We are a friendly community club based in Amble, Northumberland. Our aim is to build our own St Ayles Skiffs and then use them as a basis for coastal rowing activities. To row the boats we built ourselves, for pleasure, fitness, social events or just for the sheer fun of it. Anyone is welcome to join the club. People of any age, gender or fitness level, absolutely no experience necessary. Amble, Northumberland, England, UK
    http://www.amblecoastalrowingclub.co.uk/
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  • Anker Valley Canoe Club
    Anker Valley Canoe Club was established in 1983 and is a friendly successful club where kayaking/canoeing is safe and fun, we welcome anyone who wants to have a go on the water. Based on the Coventry Canal at Harsthill between Nuneaton and Atherstone, we run introductory courses run throughout the summer months to introduce new paddlers to our sport, with long term paddling opportunities at the club. These include paddling for exercise and fitness or catching the racing bug, taking part in races regionally, nationally or even internationally. We have always had an established kayak racing team which competes at National and Regional competitions, with a history of paddlers representing Great Britain in the Olympic Sport of Sprint kayaking. Hartshill, Warwickshire, England, UK
    http://www.ankervalleycanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Arun Canoe Club
    The Arun Canoe Club was established in 1987 by a group of like minded individuals who enjoyed paddling. This ethos still runs throughout the club today. All coaches, trip leaders and committee members are volunteers and get no payment for the work they do. Their enthusiasm and sheer enjoyment of sharing the love they have fore paddle sports with new or long standing members and being out on the water in whatever way possible. There is a club paddle most weekends of the year and two paddles each a number of weeks throughout the summer (May to September), when the lighter evenings are here. Occasionally, trips are arranged away from our local waters and have varied from a week in Scotland, a weekend at Symonds Yat or exploring the Thames or a Kent River. Littlehampton, West Sussex, England, UK
    http://www.aruncanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Avon Canoe Polo Club
    Avon Canoe Polo Club, based in Bristol, is one of the oldest and most active participants in this fast-paced, exciting sport. Canoe Polo (also known as Kayak Polo) is one of the competitive disciplines of canoeing, known simply as “polo” by its aficionados. Polo combines canoeing and ball handling skills with an exciting contact team game, where tactics and positional play are as important as the speed and fitness of the individual players. The game requires excellent teamwork and promotes both general canoeing skills and a range of other techniques unique to the sport. Bristol, England, UK
    http://www.avonpolo.uk/
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  • Avon County Rowing Club
    Avon County Rowing Club rows on the beautiful River Avon at Saltford and serves the communities of Bath and Bristol. All beginners are welcome. A large percentage of our membership is made up of people who have learnt to row at the club and we are always happy to see new faces! We share our site with Bristol University Boat Club, Monkton Combe School Boat Club, Canoe Avon and the Bristol Empire Dragon Boat club. We are a medium sized family rowing club with members from 12 years old upwards – some of our members are now in their 70s! We cater for all levels of experience from beginners up to National Champions and attend many races throughout the year that are suitable for all ages and experience levels. Saltford, Bristol, England, UK
    http://avoncountyrowingclub.org.uk/
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  • Axe Vale Canoe Club
    The club is based in Seaton, Devon and offers a wide variety of canoeing disciplines including: touring, white water and sea paddling, in both canoes and kayaks. We have a range of fully equipped canoes and kayaks including all the personal kit to go with them: buoyancy aids, cags, spray decks, helmets and over trousers. The club house has hot showers and facilities for refreshments. We have over 100 members but are always looking to include new members to strengthen the club and provide you with new skills and an enjoyable time paddling. Axmouth, Devon, England, UK
    http://www.axevalecc.co.uk/
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  • Baldock & District Canoe Club
    Baldock & District Canoe Club is a friendly, relaxed club where you'll find a welcoming group of warm, open minded people here to help guide you in the right direction or for those more experienced, ready to huck off the next big thing! We meet at North Herts Leisure Centre in Letchworth every Sunday evening from 8.15pm for a pool session. Come along and join us! Letchworth, Hertfordshire, England, UK
    http://www.thecanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Banbury and District Canoe Club
    Banbury and District Canoe Club combines being friendly and family-orientated with being one of the UK’s top competition clubs. Founded in 1977, Banbury & District Canoe Club (BDCC) is based on the Oxford Canal at Cropredy. We are primarily a flatwater racing club, and hope to encourage as many people as possible to enjoy the pleasure of paddling, whatever their age or experience. Through keeping our costs low and providing as much equipment as possible, we aim to make it an accessible sport for all. Alongside the competitive racing, the club is renowned for its warm and friendly atmosphere. With over 150 active members, we try to ensure there is something for everyone – both on and off the water. Cropredy, Oxfordshire, England, UK
    http://www.banburycanoeclub.com/
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  • Barking & Dagenham Canoe Club
    Barking and Dagenham Canoe Club is based on the River Roding in Barking, London. We are a racing club at heart, but offer an introduction to most forms of paddle sport. We aim to introduce paddle sport to as much of the local community as possible, in a safe and friendly environment. No matter your ability, everyone is welcome. Barking, London, England, UK
    http://www.barkingcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Basingstoke & Deane Canoe Club
    The Basingstoke and Deane Canoe Club was formed in 1987 as an initiative by the Borough Council to provide canoe and kayak based recreational activities and amenities for the residents of Basingstoke. People join the Club for many different reasons. These include: Learning to paddle, Access to courses, Access to coaching, Use of a heated swimming pool through the winter, Use of Club equipment, Meeting other paddlers. Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, UK
    https://www.badpaddlers.org/
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  • Bath Canoe Club
    The club offers British Canoe Union training, Sea Kayaking Trips, Social Events, and more. Bath Canoe Club is a busy an active club, please review the pages on this site to find out more about where and when we go canoeing! Bath Canoe Club is proud to have one of the best canoe clubhouses in the country. We are a family-oriented club and we welcome new members! Bath, Somerset, England, UK
    http://www.bathcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Battersea Canoe Club
    Battersea Canoe Club is a small and relaxed London based club that caters for a range of abilities and canoe/kayak interests. We are a club run by members for our members. There is a Committee but the emphasis is firmly on informality with all members being encouraged to suggest and organise events. Coaches and experienced paddlers are on hand to help out and provide advice, and the club has equipment for hire at nominal rates on club trips. Our most active disciplines are white water, polo, surfing, socialising and paddling on the Thames. When the river's dry or surf flat we do other outdoor activities such as mountain biking, hill walking, climbing, skiing, etc. London, England, UK
    http://www.batterseacc.org/
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  • BCCC - Basingstoke Canal Canoe Club
    Introducing youngsters to paddlesport is one of this club's most important objectives and is a focus of a lot of our club activites. All of our activities are open to families and youngsters but every year we also run two series of activities that are specifically aimed at younger paddlers and encouraging them to join in with the broad range of opportunities that paddlesport offers. We offer Training Courses for both Adults and Youth, Club Trips, Flat Water Racing, and Recreational Paddling. Mytchett, Surrey, England, UK
    http://www.b3c.org.uk/
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  • Berwick Sailing (and Canoe) Club
    Did you know that Berwick Sailing (and Canoe) Club caters for members who want to partake in all non-powered watersports, not just sailing? We have members who particularly like the club for its superb location for kayaking both up the river and on the sea. Are you a windsurfer, surfer or stand up paddleboarder? Maybe you have a rowing boat or gig or just want to fish from a 'sit on top' kayak. All are welcome at Berwick. The club is ideally located on a lovely sandy beach and offers the non-sailing member the ability to store equipment (windsurfers, canoes, surfboards etc) and use changing facilities, toilets, kitchen and all the other things on offer during their watersports adventure. You don't need to sail to join in all the off water fun either. All members are welcome to social events, BBQ's etc whatever watersport floats their boat. Spittal, Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland, England, UK
    https://berwicksailingclub.wordpress.com/
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  • Bewl Canoe Club
    Bewl Canoe Club offers Kayaking/canoeing at the Southern Water reservoir on the borders of Kent and Sussex near Tunbridge Wells. The Club has coaches who are able to coach and test up to and including BCU 3 star awards. The Club welcomes people of all ages and experience, the paddling environment is suited for all levels. During the summer months, April to October, the Club meets on Friday evenings paddling from 5pm until half an hour before sunset. In addition to this, day trips are organised to local rivers, according to demand. In winter, as well as local trips, for those of suitable ability there are weekend and longer trips further afield, e.g. Welsh white water. Wells, Kent, England, UK
    http://www.bewlcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Bideford Canoe Club
    Bideford Canoe Club is an active family friendly canoe club based in North Devon. We make the most of our local facilities with regular kayak surfing, white water paddling as well as coastal and flat water river touring. The club is active throughout the whole year and is always keen to welcome new members. The main activities are kayak and wave-ski surfing, sea kayaking and both flat and white water river trips. Levels range from absolute beginners to expert. Many people are willing to help bring on your skills and confidence, done through training on both a formal and informal basis. Bideford, North Devon, England, UK
    http://www.bidefordcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Birmingham Canoe Club
    Birmingham Canoe Club was established over 60 years ago. The club is very active and is supported by a dedicated membership who organise regular trips to various different venues in the UK and Europe. We have many of coaches on hand to give instruction and guidance where necessary to help paddlers progress their skills. The club welcomes all ability levels and age levels from absolute beginners to seasoned paddlers. The club currently has members interested in white water trips to Snowdonia and further afield, relaxing flat water paddles on the Severn and Wye, some sea kayaking and the occasional open boat trip. The club also runs weekly training sessions at the swimming pool or Edgbaston Reservoir. Smethwick, West Midlands, England, UK
    http://www.birminghamcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Bishop's Stortford Canoe Club
    BSCC is a kayak and canoe racing club on the River Stort Navigation, Hertfordshire. BSCC was founded in 1972 and has a flourishing membership of all ages and abilities. Our membership includes an equal balance of adults and juniors. The club is funded principally by membership subscriptions and grass-roots fundraising. It is run entirely by the voluntary effort of its members, and there are many opportunities for non-paddling parents of junior members to become involved. The club has a clubhouse about one mile south of Bishop's Stortford, next to Southmill Lock, with changing rooms, toilets and hot showers. We have a range of boats available at the club for members' use and a limited amount of storage for members' own boats. Our activity is strongly focussed on placid water sprint and marathon racing in kayaks and Canadian canoes. Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, UK
    http://stortfordcanoe.weebly.com/
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  • Blackwater Valley Canoe Club
    Aiming to encourage participation and fun in Paddlesports. We are a community centric canoe club run by volunteers welcoming all individuals and families of any level. The club runs a programme of regular activities in a variety of disciplines with access to a range of equipment to support your participation. We aim to run weekly sessions and a variety of regular events including trips, courses, discipline tasters and socials with the primary focus on fun and enjoyment. Aldershot, Hampshire, England, UK
    http://www.bvcc.org.uk/
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  • BOARC - Bradford on Avon Rowing Club
    Both the rowing and canoeing sections have active men’s and women's squads. We cater for all ages from juniors to veterans and for all levels of experience from beginners upwards. Training takes place on a scenic stretch of the River Avon between Bradford on Avon and Avoncliffe. The club regularly competes at events throughout the UK and abroad, all year round. As well as training and racing, the club is also very sociable, with regular events from pub lunches and BBQs to training camps and annual dinner dances. BOARC is located opposite the Tithe Barn in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, UK
    http://www.boarc.org.uk/
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  • Bolton Canoe Club
    We are a friendly club in the North West that hold weekly club sessions and run events throughout the year. Here at Bolton Canoe Club we run a fairly informal beginners club. We mainly base our paddling around flat and white water kayaking and canoeing. We are affiliated to British canoeing as a 'Adult Club with Youth Section'. Bolton Canoe Club is a friendly club with members of various levels of experience and ability. Club sessions are focused on introducing beginners to kayaking ad canoeing through weekly training sessions, outdoors in summer and in a swimming pool in winter. We run other trips throughout the year on lakes or rivers; some of these trips will be on more advanced water to allow you to progress your skills. Bolton, Greater Manchester, North West England, UK
    http://boltoncanoeclub.org.uk/blog/
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  • Boston Canoe Club
    Boston Canoe Club was formed in 1995 and is located on the River Witham near the Sluice Bridge. We meet twice a week, Mondays and Wednesday evenings between 6.30 p.m. and 9 p.m. from May to September. We also have regular Saturday pool sessions during the winter months. We arrange a variety of trips out depending on paddler's individual abilities, skills and experiences. Boston, Lincolnshire, England, UK
    http://www.bostoncanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Bournemouth Outrigger Canoe Club
    BOCC is a non profit, community sports club helping to develop & grow the sport of Outrigger canoe paddling in and around Bournemouth. Formed in 2014 we represent a growing number of Outrigger Canoe paddlers in the Bournemouth, Poole & Christchurch area. We meet for training, skills development and are looking to help grow & develop the sport within the UK as part of a network of other Outrigger clubs in the UK. Bournemouth, England, UK
    http://www.bournemouthoutriggercanoeclub.com/
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  • Braintree Canoeing Club
    We are primarily a recreation based club based in Braintree Essex, with club trips run throughout the year. We run 2 pool sessions every week. Interests go from local placid water runs through to white-water trips in the UK and abroad. We have a canoe polo team currently competing in division 3 of the National Polo League and we also have an active sea-paddling contingent and take part in surf trips every year. Braintree, Essex, England, UK
    https://www.braintreecanoeingclub.co.uk/
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  • Bramston Canoe Club
    Bramston is a small friendly canoe club based in Witham, Essex. We meet Monday evenings (pool side) 20:15 at Witham Liesure Centre, Spinks Lane, CM8 1EP, for pool training and to arrange paddling trips through the year which include surfing, sea kayaking, white water and river trips. Witham, Essex, England, UK
    http://bramstoncanoeclub.org/
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  • Break Out Canoe Club
    Break Out Canoe Club is run by the canoeing activities team of South Leicestershire District Scouts. Members are drawn from Scout Groups within South Leicestershire. Would you like to be part of the most successful UK Scout canoe club in the Olympic sport of canoe slalom? Or perhaps you'd just like to learn some basic paddling skills? If you want to know more, and are a member of the Scout Association in the South Leicestershire district, please contact our Secretary. Hinckley, South Leicestershire, England, UK
    http://www.breakoutcc.org.uk/
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  • Bridgnorth Canoe Club
    We paddle on the River Severn in Bridgnorth on Wednesday nights from April to September, as well as on a variety of rivers in England and Wales throughout the year. We welcome complete beginners right through to experienced paddlers; our coaches can introduce you to paddlesport on a safe but interesting stretch of river, while club trips cater for a wide range of abilities. Our coaches run introductory and training sessions each evening for beginners and those wishing to gain qualifications. Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England, UK
    http://bridgnorthcanoe.com/
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  • Brighton Explorers Club
    The Brighton Explorers Club is a multi-activity outdoors club based in Brighton. We do a wide variety of activities including rock climbing, road cycling, mountain biking, walking, caving, kayaking, windsurfing, badminton, tennis, coasteering and surfing. BEC is all about encouraging members to get into the great outdoors! BEC also runs regular social activities, be it a Bar-B-Que on the beach or a night at a local pub. Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK
    https://www.brightonexplorers.org/
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  • Bristol Canoe Club
    Bristol Canoe Club is a club for paddlers in the Bristol area. We are a very active club, and we do lots of things. We are involved in white-water paddling, flatwater racing, polo, plus general leisure. Bristol, England, UK
    http://www.bristolcanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Bromley Canoe Club
    An Adult & Youth Canoe & Kayak Club Based in Bromley, Kent. Bromley Canoe Club have been paddling since the early 70's. It is an extremely well established club, affiliated to the British Canoe Union, currently having around 100 active members. We meet every Monday night from 8.00pm till 10pm at West Wickham Swimming pool (except Bank Holidays) for training sessions. The main emphasis of the club is enjoyment and leisure but SAFETY AND RESPONSIBILITY are also very high on our philosophy, both on and off the water. The club currently has over 15 Instructors (canoe and kayak). As the club has its own Instructors, once on poolside, all you have to do is ask for help or tuition. Training is very important in the club and it is taken very seriously along with safety. Bromley, Kent, England, UK
    https://www.bromleycanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Bude Canoe Club
    Bude Canoe Club is a friendly canoe club for all levels of capability, whether you're an experienced paddler looking to join a club or just wanting your first try at Canoeing, just come along! What do we do? A mixture of various canoe and kayak things, from Surf Kayaking to cruises up the canal, if it has paddles we do it! Bude, Cornwall, England, UK
    http://www.budecanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Burton Canoe Club
    As a Club Accredited to Sport England and British Canoeing as a "Paddle-Ability" Club its volunteers are keen to improve access to the river bank. Sited on an excellent local park the Club works hard with the local community to contribute to enhancing the environment for all users of the park. The Club welcomes interest from all members of the community. The Club has recently purchased significant amounts of equipment specifically to support anyone with a disability interested in canoeing. Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
    http://www.burtoncanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Burton Phoenix Canoe Club
    We were formed in October 2012, based in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire with a focus on the development of competition canoeing providing opportunities for children and adults of all abilities. Regular training sessions take place on the River Trent and the Trent and Mersey canal. Club members have taken part in events as far afield as the Tay Descent in Scotland, the DW - Devizes to Westminster race, the Ardèche Marathon in France, Sprint Regatta in Belgium, the Liffey Descent in Northern Ireland, the Yukon River Race in Canada and the Dasland Canoe Marathon as well as many more local events across the region. Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
    http://www.burtonphoenixcanoeclub.btck.co.uk/
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  • Bury Canoe & Kayak Club
    In the Summer months we meet from 4.30pm onwards on a Sunday evening to practise on the Training pond and to paddle down the River Irwell. The Club is mainly Whitewater but we do have Canoeists and Sea Kayakers within the Club. All the equipment needed to take part in these disciplines is available for hire. Bury, Greater Manchester, England, UK
    http://www.burycanoekayakclub.co.uk/
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  • Cambridge Canoe Club
    Cambridge Canoe Club is affilliated to Canoe England, the national governing body for paddlesport in England. We cater for both recreational and competitive paddlers who wish to take part in all forms of canoeing and kayaking in and around Cambridge. The club is based at our clubhouse on Sheeps Green next to the Newnham Recreation Ground in Cambridge. Activities take place all year round and include local and national paddling trips on both flat water and white water. We also have regular pool sessions at the Abbey Swimming Pool where beginners and experienced paddlers alike can practice technique and receive instruction. In addition we have land-based social events throughout the year. Cambridge, England, UK
    http://www.cambridgecanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Cambridge University Canoe Club
    Welcome to the club, and to Cambridge if you've just arrived. We’re a friendly bunch, with over 100 members, catering for all levels of ability, from absolute beginner to hardcore expert. We regularly paddle on the River Cam but often travel to Wales, Scotland and the Alps for white water. The club also represents the University in several competitive disciplines, including canoe polo, slalom, freestyle, white water racing and marathon racing. Cambridge, England, UK
    http://www.cucanoe.co.uk/
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  • Cambridgeshire Royals Dragon Boat Club
    The Cambridgeshire Royals Dragon Boat Club was formed on 21 April 2014 and are based in Eynesbury, St Neots, Cambridgeshire. After their first racing season in 2015, the team won promotion to the British Dragon Boat Association (BDA) Premier league. In the 2016 season the Royals cemented there position as the top East Anglian team by finishing fourth in the Premier league. The "Royals" (as they are locally known) were formed with the help of local sponsors. The members collectively have many years of experience between them and a wealth of knowledge about running a dragon boat club. Today our club, whose home is at St Neots Marina, is thriving with around 50 paddling members, three teams (a race team, youth team,and a ladies team) and plenty of enthusiastic support from our family and friends. The club pride themselves on being family friendly, and we actively encourage this with regular social events. Eynesbury, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, England, UK
    http://www.cambridgeshireroyals.co.uk/
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  • Canoe Avon
    Canoe Avon is situated on the bank of the river Avon at the Saltford Rowing Centre between Keynsham and Bath. The club offers a wide variety of water-sports opportunities for its members including touring, sea kayaking, white water, play boating and sprint. Canoe Avon even has its own lifeguarding unit which provides water safety cover at several events each year, allowing our members to develop broader skills and experiences. As well as Canoe Avon, Avon County Rowing Club and Bristol Dragon Boats are also based at Saltford Rowing Centre so there's plenty of opportunity to get on the water to enjoy yourself! Saltford, Somerset, England, UK
    http://canoeavon.co.uk/
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  • Carlisle Canoe Club
    Carlisle Canoe Club was formed in 1959 with the objective of introducing people to and sharing the pleasures of paddlesport. We are a large, family friendly recreational canoe club, based next to the beautiful river Eden in Carlisle. Our mission is to encourage as many people as possible to safely enjoy the pleasure of paddling. Our commitment to equity and access, means that anyone over the age of 10 and able swim 50 meters is welcome. We are Sports England ClubMark accredited, having the necessary Child Protection and Safety policies, and we are affiliated to Canoe England. Carlisle, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.carlislecanoeclub.org.uk/
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  • Chalfont Park Canoe Club
    Chalfont Park Canoe Club was founded in 1952 by members of the canoe club of a research establishment at Chalfont Park, Buckinghamshire. Our home now, as it has been since 1953, is by Hambleden Weir near Henley-on-Thames. We are a small friendly club whose main interest is whitewater paddling and new members are always welcome. Although primarily a Whitewater club there has also been a strong interest in Slalom, Marathon and Long distance racing with some notable results in the Devizes to Westminster race. Henley-on-Thames, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
    http://www.chalfontparkcc.org.uk/
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  • Chelmsford Canoe Club
    Chelmsford Canoe Club was established in 1946 and is one of the oldest in England, unsurprisingly it is also one of the top Canoe Clubs in the country and caters for the needs of over 400 members of all levels: from beginner to international level canoeists representing Great Britain. All our members paddle in flat-water conditions – "Placid Water" – using a wide range of canoes and kayaks built specifically for flat-water racing and suited perfectly for the conditions of the river Chelmer and Can. The Club has received Sport England Club Mark Accreditation and the British Canoeing Top Club Gold Status, one of the first in country to achieve this momentous accolade. We also have over twenty British Canoeing qualified coaches, who are able to take you from beginner level all the way to the top if you aspire to go that far. A number of our members are involved in management at the national level and play an important role in the development of kayaking as a sport in England. Along with the sport activities, we run numerous social events. Chelmsford, Essex, England, UK
    http://www.chelmsfordcanoeclub.co.uk/
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  • Chelsea Kayak Club
    Formed in March 2010, Chelsea Kayak Club is a friendly London club which has been set up to specifically focus on sea kayaking and touring. The Club meets on Tuesdays, Thursdays and occasional weekends for paddling on the Thames from Brentford Boating Arch at Kew Bridge, although it operates completely independently of the Centre. The Club also organises a programme of events locally and overseas throughout the year, including socials and training opportunities. Strand on the Green, London, England, UK
    http://www.chelseakayakclub.co.uk/
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  • Cheltenham Canoe Club
    Cheltenham Canoe Club is a collection of like minded kayakers, canoeists and friends of kayakers and canoeists who meet regularly to talk paddling, and more importantly to go paddling. We consider ourselves to be a very friendly set of people and welcome new paddlers, experienced paddlers and families. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, UK
    http://www.cheltenhamcanoeclub.com/
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  • Cherwell Canoe Club
    Cherwell Canoe Club is based at Woodgreen Leisure Centre, Banbury, Oxon. We aim to provide enjoyment for novice and experienced kayakers and canoeists of all ages. Beginners can enrol on one of our structured novice courses which take place over the summer. Banbury, Oxfordshire, England, UK
    http://www.cherwellcc.org.uk/
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