HPPCC update

Dear Paddler As time goes on and lockdown continues there are a few bright signs of us being able to get back out and paddle. The National Watersports centre has reopened their car park from 0700-1900 on weekdays and 1000 to 1500 on weekends. Be aware that the gates will be locked promptly.  The toilets […]

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May update from HPPCC

Dear Paddler As you will be aware the Government released new guidance on Sunday which allowed the resumption of some activities from today. I have attached a full statement from British Canoeing which is really clear about what paddlers can, and cannot do. You will see from this that British Canoeing are really clear that […]

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Online webinars from HPPCC

Dear Paddler Many thanks for all those who have completed our club survey, we have had over 40 replies which is a great start. A large number of people have shown an interest in the personal performance and paddle awards, so we have an online webinar on Thursday night at 7.30, with a break at […]

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May 4th – HPPCC update

Dear Paddler Well we head into week 7 of lockdown hoping for a quick resumption of our favourite activities, but at the moment this all looks a bit unlikely. For those of you who have not received this information from British Canoeing, I attach the following information from British Canoeing. I want to share with […]

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Latest update from HPPCC

Dear Paddler We hope that you are keeping safe and well and managing to get by in these somewhat difficult times. Following our first successful webinar last week I am delighted to let you have the details of this weeks webinar. This will be ideal for coaches, Instructors, potential instructors or anyone who takes groups […]

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A weekly update

Dear Paddler I hope that you are all keeping well in these somewhat trying times.  Just to make it worse we have had really good weather this week and water levels are good. Please do listen to all of the advice on social distancing and keeping yourselves safe, even if you are able to get […]

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