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Wind forecast , light
 
 Arnside Borewave: it was a particularly good one some weeks ago, so hoping for a repeat  
1. Event co-ordinator Chris Dale
2. Trip Leader leader Chris Dale
3. Trip type: Estuary
4. Level of ability : Improver or better
5. Date: Saturday 2nd April
6. Venue : Arnside
7. Meet location / time : at Arnside promenade at  09.30
https://www.streetmap.co.uk/map?x=345434&y=478638&z=120&sv=345434,478638&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map&searchp=ids&dn=570&ax=345434&ay=478638&lm=0
8. Meet to share lifts at: none needed
9. Anything else:  
Tide height is 9.46 ( Ramsden Dock )so there might  be good bore wave.
HW is at 13.06 so aim to be on the water at Arnside at 09.45
Should be back in Arnside by 12.00.
River or sea kayaks. 
If intending to ride borewave 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.
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 trip you are attending.
 
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UP-DATE: Weather looking good, so arrangements as described below - on the south beach ready to go at 11am.  La'al Ratty cafe is open at 10am if anyone wants a cuppa and a scone (or bacon buttie) before we unload.  Message me if you have any questions.  Look forward to our paddle.  Annette
Setting off from Ravenglass south beach on the flooding tide and hitching a ride up the River Irt until it is stationary or turns.  We will return to Ravenglass on the ebb tide and then pop in to the Mite estuary.
1. Event co-ordinator Annette Morris
2. Trip Leader Annette Morris
3. Trip type: Sea/Estuary
4. Level of ability : Improver or better
5. Date: Saturday 2nd April
6. Venue : Ravenglass lagoon and Irt Estuary
7. Meet location / time : meet at Ravenglass south beach at 10.30am  (drive through the village down slip onto the beach) to unload. http://streetmap.co.uk/map?X=308420&Y=496180&A=Y&Z=115 
Return the cars to the pay and display carpark (as they may get flooded if left on beach). Parking costs £5.50 for the day.  http://streetmap.co.uk/map?X=308496&Y=496459&A=Y&Z=115.
Aim to be on the beach ready to go for 11:00
8. No shuttle but we will have to move the cars to car park from beach (about 500 meters)
9. Anything else: RSVP is open.
The aim is to have a sociable paddle with a picnic - don't forget your butties. Hopefully we'll see some of the remaining wintering birds.
This trip will be about 4 hours with tidal assistance for most of the way.
This trip is weather dependant so if the forecast is unfavourable (greater than 20mph gusts)  the trip  will be rescheduled to maybe Sunday 3rd or Monday 4th. I will post the decision on here the night before at latest
On Saturday 2nd April:
Sea kayaks / Touring Kayaks. 
Please read notes re 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 trip you are attending.
RSVP asap please.  A few places still available.
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1. Event co-ordinator Mike Hayward
2. Trip Leader leader Mike Hayward
3. Trip type: Sea / Estuary
4. Level of ability : improver or better
5. Date: Sunday 3rd April
6. Venue : Canal Foot Ulverston
https://www.streetmap.co.uk/map?x=331355&y=477671&z=120&sv=331355,477671&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map&searchp=ids&dn=776&ax=331355&ay=477671&lm=0
7. Meet location / time : 09.00 ready to paddle off at 9.20
8. Meet to share lifts at: n/a
9. Anything else: 
HW is at 13.34 height 9.56m
Aim is to paddle out on remains of the outgoing tide and pickup the incoming tide in the estuary channel. Possibility of a small bore wave.  We should be back at canal foot by 11.30 a.m. 
Please read notes re r 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 trip you are attending.
RSVP is 7  but will increase if another leader joins.
RSVP at least 2 days before the event
No guests.
 
 
 
https://www.windfinder.com/forecast/roa-island
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Pool session from 8:30pm to 9:30pm Monday night.
The plan is as follows:
Up to 15 paddlers on water (plus instructors) Changing rooms available  £8 each, to cover pool costs (non-members £2 more) 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 P4Apr22 Please pay when you reserve; we want to avoid money exchange on the night You can bring your own boat if you like  
More instructors welcome!  Please comment if you are able to help.
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1. Event co-ordinator Mike Hayward
2. Trip Leader leader Brian Clough
3. Trip type: river 
4. Level of ability : intermediate or better
5. Date: Wed 6th April
6. Venue : Ribble
7. Meet location / time : 10.30 at egress
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8. Meet to share lifts at: 10.00 at canal junction 36
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9. Anything else:  at 0800 Ribble on 0.5 medium
Please read notes re  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 trip you are attending.
RSVP please
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1. Event Organiser: Steve Ed  (07989473762)
2. Trip Leader: Steve Ed
3. Trip type: River
4. Level of ability : Intermediate. River Kent probaly
5. Date: 06/04/2022
6. Venue: Bottom of the Kent (Force Falls)
7. Meet at Wednesday 5.30pm
8. Meet to share lifts at: Arrange your own or on the whats up group I will make.
9. Anything else:  WW kayaks only please. If you're not sure this trip is for you, feel free to drop me a message.
Please read notes re trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
I am happy to 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 trip you are attending.
Attendees will be added to a WhatsApp group for the event.
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5 users have RSVPed, including

1. Event co-ordinator Brian Clough
2. Trip Leader leader Brian Clough
3. Trip type: river 
4. Level of ability : Intermediate or better
5. Date: Wed 6th April
6. Venue : Clough
7. Meet location / time : 10.00 at Sedbergh New Bridge
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Please read notes re  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 trip you are attending.
RSVP please
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Mint Weir at Kendal Rugby club
5-7 p.m or  join when you can.
Given recent rain there may be an opportunity for an evening session.
No specific plan, RSVP and come along. Bit of coaching if necessary
If you have an idea what you might like input on, some ideas below
 Depending on water levels can look at :
play in the  wave
swimmer rescue
introduction to playing in stoppers
basic techniques
use of  throw lines
 
Bring your own kit or arrange to borrow club kit via John Speakman
Event leader Mike Hayward.
I am happy to co-ordinate and lead the event. However, as we will be a team, we are jointly responsible for each other’s safety on the water.
Please ensure you bring the correct kit for the trip you are attending.
 
 
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1. Event Organiser: Steve Ed  (07989473762)
2. Trip Leader: Steve Ed
3. Trip type: River
4. Level of ability : Intermediate. 
5. Date: 08/04/2022
6. Venue: Get out of the leven
7. Meet at Saturday 4pm 
8. Meet to share lifts at: Arrange your own or on the whats up group I will make.
9. Anything else:  WW kayaks only please. If you're not sure this trip is for you, feel free to drop me a message.
Please read notes re trips here: https://lakelandcanoeclub.wordpress.com/trips/
I am happy to 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 trip you are attending.
RSVP by latest Saturday 1PM please.  Attendees will be added to a WhatsApp group for the event.
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This Pool session is specifically for seakayakers.
The plan is as follows:
Bring own clean seakayak and gear through side door near grass straight in to pool 1 club seakayak available for use, with spraydeck, paddle and buoyancy aid, pls contact John Speakman Up to 10 paddlers on water (plus instructors) Changing rooms now available again £10 each, to cover pool costs, £2 extra for non-members 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 P11Apr22 Please pay when you reserve; we want to avoid money exchange on the night  
More instructors welcome!  Please comment if you are able to help.
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Weather looking good for tomorrow.
carpark or roadside. Will start paddle from the shore by the carpark at 12.30.
An afternoon sea kayak trip from the Brown Howe carpark or nearby roadside.
Anti-clockwise with a stop for tea at the Bluebird cafe at Coniston lakeside.
A Fine Weather only TRIP
1. Event co-ordinator. John Speakman
2. Trip Leader. John Speakman
3. Trip Type. Flat Water. (Sea kayak or touring kayak/canoe)
4. Level of ability. Beginner-any.
5. Date Monday 14th April
6. Venue. Coniston Water
7. Meet. The roadside by the lake at Brown Howe, or pay & display carpark. SW end of Coniston. Meet 12.00pm for 12.30pm start.
8. No shuttles required. Back at start by 5.30pm
Please read LCC trip notes on club website.
I am happy to co-ordinate and lead the trip. However, as we will be a team, we are jointly responsible for each others safety on the water. Please ensure you carry the correct kit for the trip.
RSVP at least 2 days before the date of the event.
 
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Wind forecast , ? We only want light winds
 
 Arnside Borewave: A great surfing/environment  experience. It was a particularly good one some weeks ago, so hoping for a repeat.
1. Event co-ordinator Chris Dale
2. Trip Leader leader Chris Dale
3. Trip type: Estuary
4. Level of ability : Improver or better
5. Date: Monday  18th April
6. Venue : Arnside
7. Meet location / time : at Arnside promenade at  09.30
https://www.streetmap.co.uk/map?x=345434&y=478638&z=120&sv=345434,478638&st=4&ar=y&mapp=map&searchp=ids&dn=570&ax=345434&ay=478638&lm=0
8. Meet to share lifts at: none needed
9. Anything else:  It is tricky for first timers as a very powerful wave over shallow water, therefore it’s easy to get tripped up  
Tide height is 9.55 ( Ramsden Dock )so there might  be a good bore wave.
HW is at 13.16 so aim to be on the water at 09.45
Should be back in Arnside by 12.00.
River or sea kayaks. 
If intending to ride borewave 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.
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 trip you are attending.
 
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No pool session

Windcast is good to go. See you at Arnside.
 
 Arnside Bore wave: A great surfing/environment  experience. It was a particularly good one some weeks ago, so hoping for a repeat.
1. Event co-ordinator Mike Hayward
2. Trip Leader leader Mike Hayward
3. Trip type: Estuary
4. Level of ability : Improver or better
5. Date: Tuesday  19th April
6. Venue : Arnside
7. Meet location / time : at Arnside promenade at  10.00 by you might want to get there earlier in case parking spaces are taken.
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8. Meet to share lifts at: none needed
9. Anything else:  It is tricky for first timers as a very powerful wave over shallow water, therefore it’s easy to get tripped up  
Tide height is 9.71 ( Morecambe )so there might  be a good bore wave.
HW is at 13.49 so aim to be on the water at 10.30
Should be back in Arnside by 13.00.
River or sea kayaks. 
If intending to ride borewave 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.
Please read notes re 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 trip you are attending.
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Trip confirmed as going ahead.
See you at St Bees at, 10.30.
 
At trip from St Bees to St Bees Head and back
1. Event co-ordinator Mike Hayward
2. Trip Leader leader Mike Hayward
3. Trip type:  Sea
4. Level of ability : improver or better
5. Date: Monday 25th April
6. Venue : St Bees on the water for 10.30
7. Meet location / time : 10.00 at St Bees car park, Maybe a parking fee
8. Meet to share lifts at: TBC
9. Anything else: 
HW 7.30 so NW going tide will flow until 11.45
Only a gentle 6km, maybe few more if we go further around St Bees Head.
Lunch at Fleswick Bay 
wind forecast is good
https://www.windfinder.com/forecast/st_bees
Please read notes re  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 trip you are attending.
RSVP at least 1 days before the event
No guests.
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This Pool session is for developing skills for, and playing the exciting game of Canoe Polo.
The plan is as follows:
Use club polo boats or bring your own, with padded ends.  Bring your own equipment or use club's Up to 15 paddlers on water  Changing rooms open Arrive by 8:15pm to get kitted up ready to be on water soon after triathletes leave pool at 8:30pm £8 each, to cover pool costs (£2 more for non-members) 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 P25Apr22 Please pay when you reserve; we want to avoid money exchange on the night
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Format for calendar events to include:
1. Event co-ordinator  Dave Hewitt
2. Trip Leader leader none  Another club is organising
3. Trip type: lake
4. Level of ability : any
5. Date: 27th April
6. Venue : Derwentwater marina.
7. Meet location / time : racing starts at 6.30pm be there by 6p.m.
8. Meet to share lifts at: TBC
9. Anything else: 
Jim Wilson Tiger boat Challenge for Cumbrian Canoe Clubs on evening 27th April racing starts at 6.30pm. The events held at Derwentwater marina. Each team of 10 has to have a minimum 2 juniors aged 11-16 plus a drummer plus a helmsman whos provided. Buoyancy aids must be worn. Theres a BBQ and hot drinks stand. Its a fun event in an excellent setting been a number of times myself.
Please RSVP  by 25th April, so we can make up a team.
 
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Update Thursday 28th. All good to go, light winds and sunshine. Don't forget your sun cream and picnic. Se you in the morning.
Setting off from Canal Foot, Ulverston on the front of the flooding tide and hitching a ride up the Estuary past Greenodd and into the lower reaches of the River Leven stopping for lunch on the river bank. Then returning to Ulverston on the ebb tide
1. Event co-ordinator Sten Sture
2. Trip Leader leader Sten Sture
3. Trip type: Sea
4. Level of ability : improver or better
5. Date: Friday 29th April
6. Venue : Leven Estuary
7. Meet location / time : meet at Canal Foot at 08:30, http://streetmap.co.uk/map?X=331335&Y=477742&A=Y&Z=120, Aiming to get on the water for 09:00
8. Meet to arrange shuttle: No shuttle out and back trip
9. Anything else: The aim is to have a nice leisurely and sociable paddle with a picnic. Bring a flask and a sandwich along with calm weather and sunshine.
There will be some turbulent water at the railway viaduct.
This trip is up to 20km long with tidal assistance for most of the time trip
This trip is weather dependant  I will post an update by 18:00 on Thursday 28th.
Tide height is 8.99m.
HW Barrow is at 11:27 so aim to be on the water by 09:00
Should arrive back at Canal Foot by 15:00.
Sea kayaks / Touring Kayaks. 
Please read notes re 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 trip you are attending.
RSVP before 18:00 on Thursday 28th April
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