This tends to be a family\junior session, but is open to all members, and visitors for up to 3 visits.
This tends to be an adult session, but is open to all members, and visitors for up to 3 visits.
The use of a club buoyancy aid, paddle & helmet are included in all prices. A buoyancy aid must be worn at all times
Membership cards need to be presented each time you paddle so that a quick reference to your ICE number can be made.
Full weekly club night details can be found here.
Open to all members, and visitors for up to 3 visits. Booking recommended. See our Pool Sessions page
Membership is for 12 months from the date it is started. Join here
British Canoeing members will receive an additional discount of £5 on adult, student\unwaged & junior membership prices. BC member discount is not available on a family membership as it is already heavily discounted
Associate membership is aimed at those who do not live locally or regularly attend the club but wish to participate in infrequent activities such as occasional club sessions, trips etc. An example may be club members who move away to university and only attend during holiday periods, or a family wishing to attend Wye camp and a few club nights. Normal club night/trip prices apply. Please contact to one of the membership team to see if you qualify.
The cost of trips and weekends away is advertised at the time they are offered. The Club is keen to enable as many members to participate and looks to keep cost as low as possible. See our events & trips calendar for details
PaddlePlus is affiliated to British Canoeing. Paddlers are encouraged to join BC for a number of reasons, including a discount on PaddlePlus membership. Full details can be found here
Please note that launching and paddling outside of a PaddlePlus session requires a waterways licence and joining the BCU is the best way to obtain such a licence.
Any member, or prospective member who has concerns regarding the ability of themselves or another member to pay fees, can discuss this with either of the safeguarding officers. The safeguarding officers have the authority to put a plan in to place to support the member to attend sessions, despite any financial difficulties they may be experiencing. This may be as simple as paying membership in installments, or attending sessions for free for a period until the financial stress has passed. All discussions will be confidential. The safeguarding officer details can be found here