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  1. Hi Mike, can't make morning but Martin and I could do afternoon if anyone else is interested. It's always good to practice water rescues with less pressure. Thanks Rachel
  2. From 2nd December. 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. Fri 11/12 5pm: Hopefully a little more dampness overnight; so decision in the morning. I aim to send a What'sApp about 8.15am. Sat 12/12 8.15am. Disappointing little rain overnight. Not quite enough water in a lot of things. Lune on low side but paddleale. Suggest meet 10.15am at Killington. Be Covid Aware Co-ordinator Rachel Powell 1. Peer River Trip 2. Intermediate: aiming for Grade
  3. Be Covid Aware 1.Club Lead River Trip 2.Intermediate: aiming for Grade 3, but might be 2/3 or 3(4) depending on conditions and peoples inclinations 3. Saturday 20th March 4. Venue to decide nearer the time - dependent on water levels etc. 5. No lift sharing to get to trip. Running shuttles with mitigation, so please bring your own face covering or organise your own shuttle. 6. Trips may be cancelled or rearranged at short notice depending upon weather, and the preferences of those paddling. 7. To avoid a wasted journey, please ensure the trip coordina
  4. Be Covid Aware 1.Club Lead River Trip 2.Intermediate: aiming for Grade 3, but might be 2/3 or 3(4) depending on conditions and peoples inclinations 3. Saturday 20th February 4. Venue to decide nearer the time - dependent on water levels etc. 5. No lift sharing to get to trip. Running shuttles with mitigation, so please bring your own face covering or organise your own shuttle. 6. Trips may be cancelled or rearranged at short notice depending upon weather, and the preferences of those paddling. 7. To avoid a wasted journey, please ensure the trip coord
  5. Trip replacing Mike H's trip. Not the Irthing as it probably wont be up. I've yet to come up with a plan but I'll put my thinking cap on! Despite some high rivers today (Friday) I'm guessing most things will have dropped significantly tomorrow if the forecasts of light, if any, rain are correct. Therefore I propose to paddle the Lower Rawthey probably. We would meet at the put-in (Sedbergh New Bridge large layby, on A684 the road to Hawes). Meet at 10.00am. I will post in the morning by 8.15am to confirm or alter as appropriate. Saturday morning: more rain than I
  6. Sat morning: Dryish overnight, levels currently too low for any becks. Some rain due this morning but not continuous (in forecast). Suggest Keswick Greta as just below my min level currently. Meet 9.20am on lay-by on A591 just north of Kendal (Plumgarth's roundabout) at 54.352278, -2.780117. Lay-by is on wrong side of road, outside a farm, opposite a blue P sign (advertising parking half a mile further on!), just beyond right turn to "Burneside 1, Carus Green Golf Course". Windy today so drive carefully. Suggest Barrow people meet at Threlkeld put in at 10.15. Fri Eve: Tomorrow
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    Evening WWSR

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    Rachel's attendance includes Martin too please Martin needs to RSVP
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    Playing in stoppers

    Rachel's attendance includes Martin too please.
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    Rachel's attendance includes Martin too please.
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