External events

Copeland Canoe Club... canoeing and kayaking in England`s Lake District

"Cumbria Canoeists"

Cumbria Region Development Team
This is the local Team of British Canoeing. They run a programme of Kayak and Canoeing events.
In 2017 they are putting on an extensive programme involving both Coaching and Events for Open Canoes and Sea Kayaks. There are too many to mention and invevitably are subject to change, please contact them directly for booking (details in the downloads). Their website is :
Cumbria Regional Development Team (aka Cumbria Canoeists).

Whitehaven Harbour Youth Project and Sea Bins...
This is a project to help transform Whitehaven Marina into a vibrant sporting and adventure venue bringing inspiring, healthy and positive activities to people in the local community.
A SeaBin is an automated rubbish bin for marinas! It will help clean the water in the marina.
More information is here SeaBins Flyer, and an invite to young people of age roughly 14-18 to get involved is here: SeaBins invitation for young people.

Disclaimer

Please remember that Copeland Canoe Club does not organise these events and cannot take responsibility for them.

Other Club's Events


26 April - Tiger Boat Races at Derwentwater Marina, courtesy of West Cumbria Canoe Club. Try to be there for 1800, parking is limited. Races start 1830! A bbq is provided at small cost but bring your own drink. Teams of 10 with at least 2 between 11 - 16 needed. And a drummer who could be younger! We do however need to give rough notice of numbers a week before so they can prepare suitable amounts of food... Let Al / Mark Jones know if you are interested.

30 April - Wavehopper Races at Carlisle, beside the Sands Centre. Courtesy of Carlisle Canoe Club. Probably 1000 at the riverside behind the Sands Centre, more info asap.

Disclaimer

Please remember that Copeland Canoe Club does not organise these events and cannot take responsibility for them.

Club info...

Our own planner for 2017:
Year Plan 2017 (excel format).

picture  Whisky is for drinking, water is for fighting over " Mark Twain