We’re Back!

The club is now open again – within Covid guidelines.  Initially our focus is on building back confidence and community for our current members, but we hope to be able to run beginner courses in the next few weeks. If you are interested in learning to kayak at...

Looking Forward

We are hoping to be able to open back up to our members at the end of the month, within the Covid Guidelines.  We assume we will still be restricted to small groups, and so will not be taking any new members at this stage.  We hope to start running beginner courses...

2020 Ross Warland Virtual Challenge

The usual Ross Warland Canal Challenge is 20 miles, starting and finishing from our clubhouse in Cropredy, with 12 portages along the way.  These are mostly muddy, some have narrow steps and a bend and – for something different – one is at Banbury’s shopping centre,...

Lockdown #2 Guidance

During this second lockdown period the club is closed again.  This time, however, paddling is allowed as outdoor exercise.  This should be done locally and either alone, in a household group/bubble, or with one other. As there are no club activities at this time,...

Small Steps Forward

As lockdown is gradually lifted step by step, so we are slowly getting back on the water, paddle by paddle.  Obviously we are unable to run full club sessions, and the clubhouse remains closed.  However, we have some small coaching groups up and running, and members...

We’re Closed

In line with advice from the government and British Canoeing, the club is currently closed. The latest advice from British Canoeing is here. We look forward to getting back on the water later in the year, and hopefully welcoming some new members then.  We will advise...