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  3. Apologies, can't make the 15th now as the Bute Sea Kayaking trip has been pushed back a day. Hope you can fill the slot and enjoy the novelty of a river with some water in it
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    I will be down Mike.
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    BE COVID AWARE Club Lead trip 1. Event co-ordinator Mike Hayward 2. Trip Leader leader Mike Hayward 3. Trip type: sea 4. Level of ability : advanced 5. Date: Monday 31st May to Monday 7th June 6. Venue : Plan A Skye. Aiming to wild camp. Will do multi day trip is prevailing conditions are suitable or some 2-3 days or day trips TBC Plan B will be different venue if winds prevent Skye. 7. Meet location / time : TBC 8. Meet to share lifts at: TBC 9. Anything else: Please read notes re trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordp
  7. BE COVID AWARE Club Official trip 1. Event co-ordinator Mike Hayward 2. Trip Leader leader Mike Hayward 3. Trip type: sea / social 4. Level of ability : improver or better 5. Date: Sunday 27th June 6. Venue : Arnside 7. Meet location / time : 09.00 8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share needed 9. Anything else: Not expecting bore wave. This is a social event. We will take the ongoing tide from Arnside at 9.00 and take a gentle paddle into the Bay. At a suitable point about 10.45 we will disembark and enjoy a natter. brew and sn
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    Pool sessions are resuming, on 8:30pm to 9:30pm Monday night. COVID-compliant social distancing measures are as follows: Up to 10 paddlers on water (plus instructors) Changing rooms not available, so please arrive pool-ready £10 each, to cover pool costs Please reserve your spot via our Calendar and pay in advance via BACS to Lakeland Canoe Club, Sort Code 20 45 28, Account 80558613, ref P24May Please pay when you reserve; we want to avoid money exchange on the night You can bring your own boat if you like Max 2 people in kit room More instr
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    Pool sessions are resuming, on 8:30pm to 9:30pm Monday night. COVID-compliant social distancing measures are as follows: Up to 10 paddlers on water (plus instructors) Changing rooms not available, so please arrive pool-ready £10 each, to cover pool costs Please reserve your spot via our Calendar and pay in advance via BACS to Lakeland Canoe Club, Sort Code 20 45 28, Account 80558613, ref P17May Please pay when you reserve; we want to avoid money exchange on the night You can bring your own boat if you like Max 2 people in kit room More instr
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  11. A trip for Improvers in sea kayaks. Wet-day skills refresh - self rescue, rescue others and towing, Walney Channel. Situational awareness and incident management. The trip is being coordinated by Rob Wilson and led by Rob Gregory. Four additional spaces are available for Improvers. The Rule of 6 and social distancing under the COVID regulations will apply. 1. Trip type : Sea paddle in the Walney Channel, launching from the ferry terminal on Roa Island 2. Level of ability : Improver and above 3. Date : Saturday 5 June 2021 4. Venue: Walney Channel, launching from
  12. A trip for Improvers in sea kayaks. A journey up the River Esk, launching at Ravenglass slipway, Grid Reference 084962. Travelling to Hinning House Bridge on the incoming tide and returning on the outgoing. If time and tide permits there may be time to explore the estuary at the confluence of the Esk with the Irt and Mire rivers. Ready to paddle 12:00, two hours before hightide at 14:10. Meet up 11:00. The trip is being coordinated by Rob Wilson and led by Brian Clough. Four additional spaces are available for Improvers. The Rule of 6 and social distancing under the COVID regulat
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    This will be a five day event based on a campsite in the Bamburgh area. TBC. Prime objectives would be trips to the inner and outer Farne isles, Holy Island, sections of the Northumberland coast, St Abbs Head and possibly Dunbar (48 miles away) to Pease Bay. I envisage us arriving on the camp site the night before (13th) so we can pick the best option for day 1. Some days will involve shuttles as some trips are linear. In the event of NE or easterly winds and swell forecast we will consider going elswhere so be flexible.(poss Oban area)Big beaches, bring wheels! Level; Intermediate/advan
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    I am interested if space becomes available.
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    Arnside Bore

    BE COVID AWARE Surfing the Borewave hopefully, it has been very good recently - but it is fickle Social paddle into Morecambe Bay, meet the incoming tide and back maybe on the Bore Wave. We could start and finish from Arnside promenade or go for a trip up the estuary with a little bit of playing under the viaduct and up the river as far as we can get whilst still being able to get back !! 2. Thursday 27th May 3. Starting --- High Water of 9.7m at 12.20 (Liverpool!) so aim to be on the water and paddle from Arnside promenade at 08.20 4. Meet at Arnside promenade at 08
  17. Hi Rob ... Ive just emailed you regarding LCC leadership status. Call me when you get a chance. I'm good for the 18th but would like to know the plan. All good. Andy Murphy
  18. BE COVID AWARE Club Lead 1. Event co-ordinator Sten Sture 2. Trip Leader leader Sten Sure 3. Trip type: river Sea 4. Level of ability : Intermediate 5. Date: Thursday 13-05-21 6. Venue : Walney Island 7. Meet location / time : Earnse Bay Car Park Walney Island SD 171/699 Meet 08:30 aim to be on the water by 09:00 we should be back at the cars by 16:00. 8. Meet to share lifts at: No lift share and we start and finish at Earnse Bay so not shuttling required. 9. Anything else: HW Barrow 13:16 BST 8.76m. This trip is very weather dependant
  19. Would like to bea reserve as well chrissample23@hotmail.com
  20. would like to be a reserve chrissample23@hotmail.com
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    Could I go first reserve please
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    BE Covid aware Club lead trip Update Sunday 9th. We will start Wednesday, returning Saturday. 1. Trip type: 4 day 3 overnight sea kayak trip lead by Mike Hayward 2. Level of ability : Improver + or better. A good introduction to expeditioning from a sea kayak. 3. Dates Tuesday Wednesday 12th May to Saturday 16th May ( finish date may slide by up to 1 day, wind dependent) 4. Venue : Day 1 Drive to Mainland coast, pack boats, short open crossing past Little Cumbrae Island. Camp south End of Bute. 6-15km. We will go clockwise. Day 2
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    BE COVID AWARE - Face Mask, Hand Sanitiser, Social distancing, Feeling well Workshop delivered by Mike Sunderland & Mac Knowles Organisers : Mike Sunderland & Mac Knowles - sea kayak leaders & recently trained sea kayak coaches The SECOND of a series of evening workshops FREE for LCC members, to experience a TASTER to paddling sea kayaks followed by other workshops posted later A number of members have already expressed their interests to join the workshops - so if you are interested, first contact Mike Sunderland on: coaching.cumbria@vol.britishcanoeing
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    BE COVID AWARE Face Mask, Hand sanitiser, Social distancing, feeling well 1. Trip type : Evening Workshop on Killington Lake in sea kayaks 2. Level of ability : STARTERs - never or very new to paddling a sea kayak 3. Date : Tuesday 4th May 2021 4. Venue : Killington Lake 5. Meet location / time : Killington Sailing Association Base. Post Code: Reservoir Rd - LA8 0NW. Web reference to KSA - www.k-s-a.co.uk 6. Meet to share lifts at : Not required. 7. Weather : Dependant on not too much wind. 8. Anything else : We will have 5 sea kayaks availa
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    Hi chris Looking forward to the trip, see you in the morning Cheers Rob
  26. Social paddle into Morecambe Bay and back via Leven Estuary. We will paddle out from Canal foot meet the incoming tide and you can finish at Canal foot OR continue to car park at Greenodd an additional 6km Sea kayak preferred. 2 Tuesday 27th April 3. Starting --- High Water is 10.03m at 13.15 so aim to be on the water and paddle from Canal Foot at 09.00 a.m. 4. Meet at Car park 1mile south of Greenodd at 08.30 for a quick turn round http://www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=331492&y=481675&z=120&sv=331492,481675&st=4&ar=y&ma
  27. BE COVID AWARE Organiser : Simon Lerpiniere / 07811144461 1. Trip type: Sea - Club Led 2. Level of ability : Intermediate, but improvers welcome, just contact me first please 3. Date: 24/04/2021 4. Venue : Roa Island to Piel Island, south Walney, possibly shallows of South America. We'll likely stop on Piel Island for a break. 5. Meet location / time : 9.30am, Roa Island public slipway (https://goo.gl/maps/LtC3yH5ZFuas57aE8). We'll be launching from the public slipway but returning via the ferry jetty. There is on the street parking on Piel Street, by the ferry or
  28. Could I be first reserve please cheers Julian
  29. Would like to down as first reserve please if there is such a thing, cheers Julian
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