Kingfisher Canoe Club have had to move site and are raising funds to build a new club hut. In addition to a cash prize, several kind sponsors have donated prizes to help us reach our goal. We would be very grateful if you could please support us through our Christmas Prize Draw, to be drawn on 22nd December at 10.15am at Abingdon Lock.
Fantastic prizes include:
£100 Cash Prize Miele Complete C3 Powerline Vacuum Cleaner – kindly donated by Miele School of Rock London Show Tickets – kindly donated by Lord and Lady Lloyd Webber Newbury Races Premier Enclosure Tickets – kindly donated by Newbury Race Course Meal for 2 with Wine – kindly donated by The Cherry Tree, Steventon £15 Voucher – kindly donated by Limoncello, Abingdon 2 Bottles of Wine – kindly donated by The King’s Head and Bell, Abingdon Free Bike Check – kindly donated by Behind Bars, Abingdon
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.
After a three-year search looking at sites along both banks of the Abingdon stretch of the River Thames we have finally located and had plaaning permission granted to build a timber frame canoe storage and changing facilities for the club on Abingdon Lock Island.
Although the club has the funds required to start construction we will require additional to complete the works. To this end we are seeking oportunities to apply for grants and asking for individual donations.
course is designed to introduce novices to a range of skills and knowledge
required to begin kayaking and canoeing. The sessions will cover safety, paddle
strokes, equipment, capsizing etc.
Lock. Parking by driving up lane next to Rye meadow car park (towards
kingfisher barn, but take left fork in road)
OR Thursdays for 6 weeks 14th or 16th May
2019 to 18th 0r 20th
June. Working towards BC discover award.
to 9:00 pm approx.
Should be 18 years or over and be able to swim
50 metres in your clothes.
paddle, buoyancy aid, helmet and spray deck will be provided. Please feel free
to bring your own if you have this equipment.
paddle in: Neoprene shoes/wet-suit boots (not bulky trainers!), lightweight
windproof jacket, tracksuit or thermal trousers (or shorts if warm). Thermal
t-shirt, woolly jumper or fleece. YOU SHOULD BE PREPARED TO GET WET IN THESE
CLOTHES. Towel and change of clothes.
– We work from the riverbank, but we do have access to a toilet. There are no
changing facilities, so it is best to arrive changed for the river, with your
dry kit in a bag.
Mattingly– UKCC L2 Coach. Louise Royle – UKCC L3 Coach.
This includes membership of KCC until Dec 2019.
Louise Royle to reserve a place. Spaces allocated on first come first reserved