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Lakeland Canoe Club

This event will be confirmed, subject the Covid restrictions being relaxed.
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 Official trip
1. Event co-ordinator LCC /CC Mike Sunderland
2. Trip Leader leader (Dan Wilkinson BC leader trainer)
3. Trip type: river 
4. Level of ability : intermediate
5. Date: Thursday 1st April
6. Venue : TBC
7. Meet location / time : TBC
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share
9. Anything else: 
Please only RSVP if you know you are pre-booked onto this event.
This event for Advanced river leaders who have completed LCC self review process
Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Please ensure you carry the correct kit for the trip you are attending.
 
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This event will be confirmed, subject the Covid restrictions being relaxed.
BE COVID AWARE
 
Club Lead / Official trip
1. Event co-ordinator LCC /CC Mike Sunderland
2. Trip Leader leader (Dan Wilkinson BC leader trainer)
3. Trip type: river 
4. Level of ability : advanced 
5. Date: Friday 2nd April
6. Venue : TBC
7. Meet location / time : TBC
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share
9. Anything else: 
Please only RSVP if you know you are prebooked onto this event.
This event for Advanced river leaders who have completed LCC self review process
Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Please ensure you carry the correct kit for the trip you are attending.
 
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The trip is confirmed as going ahead
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Club Lead trip
1. Event co-ordinator Mike Hayward
2. Trip Leader leader Mike Hayward
3. Trip type:  Lake
4. Level of ability : all welcome
5. Date: Friday 2/4/2021    20.00 p.m. 
6. Venue :Tranquil sea!!!! Windermere
7. Meet location / time : Water head car park Ambleside.
Meet at 19.50 ready to set off at 20.00 about 90 minutes on water 
Parking should be free - check here 
https://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/visiting/plan-your-visit/getting-to-the-lake-district/carparks/windermere
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share
9. Anything else:
This trip is called sea but actually on a flat lake.
Forecast is to be cold and clear. Forecast 6oC so wrap up warm.
Hopefully it will be dark and we can get good views of the stars so bring binoculars.
Bring head torch.
Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
I am happy to co-ordinate and lead the trip. However, as we will be a team, we are jointly responsible for each other’s safety on the water.
Please ensure you carry the correct kit for the this trip.
RSVP at least 2 days before the event
Guests by arrangement with organiser, prior to trip only.
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This event will be confirmed subject the Covid restrictions being relaxed.  From the 29th March it is assume The rule of 6 will once again apply to meeting outdoors - for recreational paddling with friends and family, and for groups of coaching and leader ratios of 1:5.
Open to all improver & intermediate paddlers.  These trips are not a series, you don't need to have attended the past one.  If you have not paddled on one of my trips before, I'll drop you a line for a chat before the date.
This will be a simple river trip, on a relatively easy river to get us back into the swing of paddling post-lockdown.
Trip Leader: Simon Lerpiniere / 07811144461
1. Trip type : Club Lead
2. Level of ability : Improver (please leave spaces for improvers).  One space reserved for an assistant river leader.  Please contact me if interested.
3. Date : 03/04/2021
4. Venue : TBC, by Saturday morning 8am.  Will be grade 2/3.
5. Meet location / time : 10.00am
6. Meet to share lifts at : No lift share due to Covid-19.
7. Weather : Low water and high water options available.  Hopefully some rain leading up to the day but not a deluge.  Weather should be warming up by April, but please bring warm clothing in case there is some waiting around.
8. Anything else : Running shuttles with mitigation, so please bring your own face covering or organise your own shuttle.
Please make sure you've read the club's (and British Canoeing) guidance regarding kayaking and Covid-19.  Please read notes re river trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Please RSVP on the calendar by Friday [early] evening.  Check on WhatsApp Saturday morning first thing to ensure suitable river levels and the trip is running.
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Event is on, see you at the bridge at 10.
Club Lead trip
1. Event co-ordinator; Eric Dewhurst
2. Trip Leader; Mike Sunderland
3. Trip type: Easy River  
4. Level of ability : Beginner 
5. Date: Sunday 4th April
6. Venue : Killington Road Bridge
7. Meet location / time : 10.00 a.m.
https://streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=362323&y=490792&z=106&sv=362323,490792&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map.srf&searchp=ids.srf&dn=822&ax=362323&ay=490792&lm=0
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share needed
9. Anything else:  
River kayak only for this trip, and don’t forget your helmet.
This session is a refresher for those who are very rusty in a river kayak or those with little or no experience on moving water. (You should be comfortable in a kayak on flat water).
The session will cover
         Kit review
         Basic boat set up and safety
         Paddling technique on moving water
         Moving water hazards
         Paddling in a group
         What to do in the event of a capsize (your’s or someone else’s)
         Anything else you want to know!
Bring snacks and a hot drink etc.
Will confirm details here by 7pm the evening before.
 Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Remember the club now has small, medium and large river kayaks and associated kit for members to use for a small consideration of £10 per day which goes towards secure storage.
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This event will be confirmed, subject the Covid restrictions being relaxed.
BE COVID AWARE
 
Club Lead / Official trip
1. Event co-ordinator LCC /CC Mike Sunderland
2. Trip Leader leader (Dan Wilkinson BC leader trainer)
3. Trip type: river 
4. Level of ability : advanced 
5. Date: Monday 5th  April
6. Venue : TBC
7. Meet location / time : TBC
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share
9. Anything else: 
Please only RSVP if you know you are pre-booked onto this event.
This event for Advanced river leaders who have completed LCC self review process
Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Please ensure you carry the correct kit for the trip you are attending.
 
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4 users have RSVPed, including

This event will be confirmed, subject the Covid restrictions being relaxed.
BE COVID AWARE
 
Club Lead / Official trip
1. Event co-ordinator LCC /CC Mike Sunderland
2. Trip Leader leader (Dan Wilkinson BC leader trainer)
3. Trip type: river 
4. Level of ability : advanced 
5. Date: Tuesday 6th  April TBC maybe 7th or 8th.
6. Venue : TBC
7. Meet location / time : TBC
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share
9. Anything else: 
Please only RSVP if you know you are pre-booked onto this event.
This event for Advanced river leaders who have completed LCC self review process
Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Please ensure you carry the correct kit for the trip you are attending.
 
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The event is on - see you at 10 at Devils Bridge.
Park on the west side of the bridge and don't forget your thermals or " sensible jumper" !
Club Lead trip
1. Event co-ordinator; Eric Dewhurst
2. Trip Leader; Rob Gregory
3. Trip type: Easy River  
4. Level of ability : Beginner 
5. Date: Thursday 8th April
6. Venue : Devil’s Bridge, Kirkby Lonsdale
7. Meet location / time : 10.00 a.m.
https://streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=361500&y=478269&z=115&sv=361500,478269&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map.srf&searchp=ids.srf&dn=822&ax=361500&ay=478269&lm=0
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share needed
9. Anything else:  
Open boats only for this session, and don’t forget your helmet.
This session is a refresher for those who are very rusty in an open boat or those with little or no experience on moving water. (You should be comfortable in an open boat on flat water). The session will be park and play.
The session will cover
         Kit review
         Basic boat set up and safety
         Paddling technique on moving water
         Moving water hazards
         Paddling in a group
         What to do in the event of a capsize (your’s or someone else’s)
         Anything else you want to know!
Bring snacks and a hot drink etc.
Should be finished before 2pm.
Will confirm details here by 7pm the evening before.
Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
 
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Cancelled due to low water.
Open to all improver & intermediate paddlers.  These trips are not a series, you don't need to have attended the past one.  If you have not paddled on one of my trips before, I'll drop you a line for a chat before the date.
The aim of this session will be picking, and hitting lines.  We will be assessing each rapid from the bank, talking about it, choosing a line, trying to hit it, then getting out and trying again.  We'll pick a shortish section of river with easy options for retries on the various rapids.  You might be aiming for the easiest possible line, or the hardest possible line.  We may even pick out some challenges if it's too easy!
Trip Leader: Simon Lerpiniere / 07811144461
1. Trip type : Club Lead
2. Level of ability : Improver (please leave spaces for improvers).  One space reserved for an assistant river leader.  Please contact me if interested.
3. Date : 10/04/2021
4. Venue : TBC, by Saturday morning 8am.  Will be grade 2/3.
5. Meet location / time : 10.00am
6. Meet to share lifts at : No lift share due to Covid-19.
7. Weather : Low water and high water options available.  Hopefully some rain leading up to the day but not a deluge.  Weather should be warming up by April, but please bring warm clothing in case there is some waiting around.
8. Anything else : Running shuttles with mitigation, so please bring your own face covering or organise your own shuttle.
Please make sure you've read the club's (and British Canoeing) guidance regarding kayaking and Covid-19.  Please read notes re river trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Please RSVP on the calendar by Friday [early] evening.  Check on WhatsApp Saturday morning first thing to ensure suitable river levels and the trip is running.
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Border Kayaks have kindly organised the use of Wavesports' demo fleet. This includes the Phoenix, their premier creek boat,  a full range of Diesels, which are general purpose river runners, a full range of Project X playboats and a selection of Fuse river play.
The day will be held at the Leven.
Anthony has the following boats in the demo fleet
Wave Sport Diesel 60 Whiteout
Wave Sport Diesel 70 Whiteout
Wave Sport Diesel 80 Whiteout
Wave Sport Fuse 35 (junior boat)
Wave Sport Fuse 48
Wave Sport Fuse 56
Wave Sport Project X 48
Wave Sport Project X 56
Wave Sport Project X 64
Wave Sport Phoenix
And if needed i can get hold of the Wave sport Ethos 9 & 10
Covid regs etc mean that groups are limited to six, so including Anthony five places are available for each session.
It will depend on numbers but we thought we could run two session each day, one on Thursday and more on Saturday.
 
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Unfortunately we will have to postpone this event until we have a little more water!
It also seemed to be a difficult time for many so a rearrangement will hopefully give others a chance of coming along.
Club Lead trip
1. Event co-ordinator; Eric Dewhurst
2. Trip Leader; Rob Gregory
3. Trip type: Easy River  
4. Level of ability : Beginner 
5. Date: Thursday 15th April
6. Venue : Devil’s Bridge, Kirkby Lonsdale
7. Meet location / time :09.30 a.m.
https://streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=361500&y=478269&z=115&sv=361500,478269&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map.srf&searchp=ids.srf&dn=822&ax=361500&ay=478269&lm=0
8. Meet to share lifts at: no lift share needed
9. Anything else:  
Open boats only for this session, and don’t forget your helmet.
This session is a refresher for those who are very rusty in an open boat or those with little or no experience on moving water. (You should be comfortable in an open boat on flat water). 
The session will cover
         Kit review
         Basic boat set up and safety
         Paddling technique on moving water
         Moving water hazards
         Paddling in a group
         What to do in the event of a capsize (your’s or someone else’s)
         Anything else you want to know!
Bring snacks and a hot drink etc.
Will confirm details here by 7pm the evening before.
Please read notes re river trips here:
https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
 
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15/04/2021
An update
There were some extremely inconvenient road works just past Newby Bridge (if coming from Kendal) - long delays. They seemed to switch them on at 09:00
Talking to Anthony he suggested meeting at 09:30 at the put in for the Leven . The road works may of course be gone by then, but it would be better to play safe
https://www.streetmap.co.uk/map?x=336788&y=486445&z=115&sv=336788,486445&st=4&ar=Y,y&mapp=map&searchp=ids&dn=795&lm=0
I can't make it on Saturday but I am sure you will have a good time. The area of the Leven should be OK even with low water - it was OK on Thursday
Brian
Border Kayaks have kindly organised the use of Wavesports' demo fleet. This includes the Phoenix, their premier creek boat,  a full range of Diesels, which are general purpose river runners, a full range of Project X playboats and a selection of Fuse river play.
The day will be held at the Leven.
Anthony has the following boats in the demo fleet
Wave Sport Diesel 60 Whiteout
Wave Sport Diesel 70 Whiteout
Wave Sport Diesel 80 Whiteout
Wave Sport Fuse 35 (junior boat)
Wave Sport Fuse 48
Wave Sport Fuse 56
Wave Sport Project X 48
Wave Sport Project X 56
Wave Sport Project X 64
Wave Sport Phoenix
And if needed i can get hold of the Wave sport Ethos 9 & 10
Covid regs etc mean that groups are limited to six, so including Anthony five places are available for each session.
It will depend on numbers but we thought we could run two session each day, one on Thursday and more on Saturday.
 
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Please be informed that the OFA course has now been agreed as follows:
Event co-ordinator  Mark Hickman
Date - 17/18 April 2021.
Venue: Kendal RFC.
Time TBC
Further details about kit and times will be posted when available. 
RSVP by 29th March so we can ensure the courses  fully subscribed.
Please only RSVP if you know you are pre-booked onto this event. IF you are on the pre-booked list and unable to attend , please can you inform Mark Hickman ASAP so a reserve can be notified.
There is reserve list.
If there is enough demand it may be possible to schedule a second course. Please indicate your interest to Robin Everingham
 
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A trip for Improvers in sea kayaks.  The plan is to circumnavigate the norther half of Windermere, between Ambleside and Bowness on Windermere.
The first of four events coordinated by Rob Wilson.  The Rule of 6 and social distancing under the COVID regulations will apply. Thus numbers will be limited to six, including a space for a paddle leader.  We will meet at the slipway opposite Lakeside Carpark (owned by the Lake District National Park), Waterhead. If required, arrangements will be made on arrival to shuttle to alternative parking in Ambleside.
1. Trip type : Lake paddle - circumnavigating the northern half of Windermere in sea kayaks
2. Level of ability : Improver and above
3. Date : Tuesday 20  April 2021
4. Venue:  Slipway, opposite Lakeside Carpark (Lake District National Park Carpark), Waterhead, Ambleside LA22 0ES (Grid Reference 377033)
5. Meet location / time : 9.30am and changed and ready to paddle for 10.00am
6. Meet to share lifts at :   lift share only if car park is full and an alternative is required. COVID rules on social distancing will apply.
7. Weather :  Dependent on wind below 10-12 miles/hour.
8. Anything else : None
Please make sure you've read the club's (and British Canoeing) guidance regarding kayaking and Covid-19.  Please read notes re river trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Check on the LCC mid-wk sea kaya WhatsApp confirming or cancelling the trip
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Unfortunately looking at the glorious weather upcoming this week this trip is now cancelled, the rivers simply will not run. I will reschedule the trip likely in May, fingers crossed for some wet weather. 
 
BE COVID AWARE - Official trip
Event co-ordinator/leader: Amy  Spence
Trip type: River 
Level of ability : Beginner 
Date: 22/4/21
Venue : TBC
Meet location / time : TBC
Appropriate for those who have being in a kayak before and have little white water experience, or would like to perhaps regain some confidence on rapids. SUPs welcome.
Possible venues include; The Eden, top of the lower Kent, or top section of the Leven (depending on river levels). 
If people would like to develop anything specifically on the trip that can be arranged, wether reading the water, safety, confidence, specific skills etc.
Details will be confirmed in red by the 21st, 5pm, on here. 
Any questions please email me at amyeyrespence@gmail.com
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I have take the decision to cancel due to there being no prospect of suitable water level
all participants have been notified by WhatsApp 
Ian.
 
 
 
This event will be confirmed, subject the Covid restrictions being relaxed’.
From the 29th March it is assume The rule of 6 will once again apply to meeting outdoors - for recreational paddling with friends and family, and for groups of coaching and leader ratios of 1:5.
BE COVID AWARE
Leader  for this trip : Ian McCrerie 
I am happy to co-ordinate and lead the trip. However, as we will be a team, we are jointly responsible for each other's safety on the water.
All those attending please check the level of equipment and personal gear required ahead of the day, additionally please learn and understand  the set of signals we currently have adopted for use.(see our website if not sure), any queries please mention on the whats app group.
 
1. Trip type : River, 
2. Level of ability :  Intermediate: aiming for Grade 3, but might be 2/3 or 3(4).
3. Date : As above or TBC Coviud dependant
4. Venue : TBC, by Saturday morning 8am.  Aiming for see choice above (nearer the time)
5. Trip may be cancelled or rearranged at short notice depending upon weather, and the preferences of those paddling.
6. Meet to share lifts at : No lift share due to Covid-19
7. Weather : completely water and circumstance dependant 
8. Anything else : Running shuttles with mitigation, so please bring your own face covering or organise your own shuttle.
Please make sure you've read the club's (and British Canoeing) guidance regarding kayaking and Covid-19.  Please read notes re river trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
 
Please RSVP on the calendar by 2 days prior .  Check on WhatsApp Saturday morning first thing to ensure suitable river levels and the trip is running.
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Update 21/04 - Unfortunately very little water about and none forecast, so this trip is now cancelled.
Update 19/04 - Very little water about and no rain forecast for the weekend. There is a chance the forecast changes, so I'll make a decision on Wednesday on whether this trip is still on.  If this trip doesn't run, I will likely run an improvers sea kayak trip on the Leven estuary.
Open to all improver & intermediate paddlers.  These trips are not a series, you don't need to have attended the past one.  If you have not paddled on one of my trips before, I'll drop you a line for a chat before the date.
Do you know your draw stroke from your stern rudder? Have you perfected your hanging draw ? We fall into the habit of using the stroke that works, without working out why those other strokes don't.  We'll look at a variety of strokes on flat water. We'll then take them to a short white water run and see how they feel.  If you want to do some reading/watching in advance, check out Eric Jackson (EJ) on YouTube, or his book "Whitewater Paddling: Strokes and concepts"
Trip Leader: Simon Lerpiniere / 07811144461
1. Trip type : Club Lead
2. Level of ability : Improver (please leave spaces for improvers).  One space reserved for an assistant river leader.  Please contact me if interested.
3. Date : 24/04/2021
4. Venue : TBC, by Saturday morning 8am.  Will be grade 2/3.
5. Meet location / time : 10.00am
6. Meet to share lifts at : No lift share due to Covid-19.
7. Weather : Low water and high water options available.  Hopefully some rain leading up to the day but not a deluge.  Weather should be warming up by April, but please bring warm clothing in case there is some waiting around.
8. Anything else : Running shuttles with mitigation, so please bring your own face covering or organise your own shuttle.
Please make sure you've read the club's (and British Canoeing) guidance regarding kayaking and Covid-19.  Please read notes re river trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
Please RSVP on the calendar by Friday [early] evening.  Check on WhatsApp Saturday morning first thing to ensure suitable river levels and the trip is running.
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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 park in the free public car as you enter Roa Island (https://goo.gl/maps/Sh9WWkYGwhvS2Y5P9).
6. Meet to share lifts at: No lift share due to Covid-19.
7. Weather : Forecast is for calm, warm weather.  We still need to keep an eye on the wind.
8. Anything else : Please bring warm kit.  You'll need lunch and a drink.  Suggest arriving early to avoid parking issues.
Please RSVP on the calendar by early Friday evening.  Check on Saturday morning first thing to ensure it's still running before travelling.
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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&mapp=map.srf&searchp=ids.srf&dn=802&ax=331492&ay=481675&lm=0
or Canal foot 8.45 a.m.
http://www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=331340&y=477664&z=120&sv=331340,477664&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map.srf&searchp=ids.srf&dn=888&ax=331340&ay=477664&lm=0
5. Trip leader: Mike H
6. Any special notes: 
There may or may not be a bore wave, which you may or may not choose to ride.
Suitable for those with some sea kayaking experience. 
Pleas send me a messed saying your intended meet/ egress point- Greenodd or Canal Foot.
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‘This event will be confirmed, subject the Covid restrictions being relaxed’.
I’m confirming this trip is going ahead: see you all at 9.15
Forecast isn’t ideal as a 17mph NE wind is due, but this should blow us out, will probably mean we get wet faces on the way back
😀The Borewave was very good today 
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Surfing the Borewave hopefully, it was vg on the 2nd March! But it is fickle  
Social paddle into Morecambe Bay, meet the incoming tide and back maybe on the Bore Wave. Start and finish from Arnside promenade
2. Wednesday 28th April
3. Starting --- High Water is 13.00 (Barrow!) so aim to be on the water and paddle from Arnside promenade at 9.30
4. Meet at Arnside promenade at 9.15am
http://www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=345440&y=478660&z=120&sv=345440,478660&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map.srf&searchp=ids.srf&dn=636&ax=345440&ay=478660&lm=0
5. Trip leader: Chris Dale
6. Any special notes: Weather dependent, wind and rain are a no no  I might bring trip forward or backward a day depending on the forecast  
river or sea kayaks. 
If intending to ride bore wave must have a solid first time roll.
You can join us and just follow  the bore wave if you don't wish to surf on it 
Not suitable for novices.
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A chance for beginners to learn to roll, or develop on a rusty roll.
Any type of kayak welcome, sea/river/polo etc. 
This will take place in Rydal Water, as it is shallow and warms up like a bath tub. 
Bring: Warm clothes for on and off the water, kayak, and relevant kayaking kit (Helmet, buoyancy aid, paddle, spray deck).
BE COVID AWARE - Official trip
Event co-ordinator/leader: Amy 
Trip type: Lake 
Level of ability : Beginner 
Date: 29/4/21
Venue : Rydal Water
Meet location / time : 11am, Badger Bar Car Park, dropping kayaks off and moving to another carpark in convoy from there. 
Any questions please email me at amyeyrespence@gmail.com 
 
 
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