Preperation for the TCC slalom on July 15/16.
This Sunday morning 9am .
Bring spades, loppers for branches and shrubs.
New gate code is up.
If you haven’t rejoined then post form with SAE to address on form, link for form is below:
See you on the river.
Few of us straightened the gate yesterday. There is a mod to be done to the gate but the old lock is still on and will remain (along with old code) until the mod is done and the new lock and code will be fitted.
Happy paddling and see you on the river.
The site gate has been damaged by a car. The gate is not in good working order but secure but we would prefer until it’s been repaired that people park elsewhere as we can’t guarantee the gate will shut if you manage to open it and the site needs to remain secure.
Last Sunday the 19th March was the last pool session this season.
See you on the river……..
Normal place normal time.
If you can get there to help take down boats etc that would be most helpful.
Membership is due.
There will be no pool sessions on the 19th and 26th of February. We may have a trip on the River Dee on the 26th.
Will post details of any river shenanigans on the 26th of February at a later date.
Although an inclement summer put paid to the June slalom what with it rising a couple of metres over the normal summer level.
That said the Evans boys have been racing, so has one of the Lowndes Bros.
There has been some travel, a group went out to Slovenia and it was sunny weather and cold water and one particularly big day (Don’t ask them about Big Wednesday, just don’t ok). Austria was also visited and paddled in, the Evans family made a paddling visit to Scotland also.
A group had a nice paddle down the Lower Tryweryn a couple of Sundays ago, a nice run at 10 cumecs which make it a nicer less bony run.
Make the most of the sunny weather than remains with the weak autumn sun and then when it rains wear suitable paddling kit and enjoy the rain when it ends up in the rivers.
See you on the river or in the pool
Walk the Plank, an outdoor events company who is working on the river procession that is a part of this year’s World Heritage River Festival Severn Fire and Light Flotilla in Ironbridge on the 17th of September.
The company putting the event on have approached us to see if Telford Canoe’s Club might be interested in taking part in our river procession?
“We are hoping to get various people from the local area to take part, including canoeists, rowers, rafters, and coraclers (I’m not sure if that’s a real term…) ”
I Need to let them know by Fri 9th Sept who is available.
Practice. Fri 16th 7pm til 8.30
Event Sat 17th 6.30 til 8.30
Children are allowed but must be accompanied on the water by their guardian.
Shropshire raft tours and ironbridge rowing club are involved..
So drop me a line on the club email address if your interested.
Severn Fire and Light Flotilla – Illuminated kayaks and canoes and route from page 11 onwards.