Paddleability

Paddleability (Click HERE to go straight to the Facebook page.)

Timetable: Wednesday (6-7:30pm): Not available in Winter. Runs April-October.

British Canoeing uses the term Paddleability to refer to all activity for disabled people, be it specialist activity or as part of mainstream opportunities. The term Paddleability focuses on a person’s ability to take part in paddle-sport rather than their disability.

We offer regular sessions in all craft, including: Recreational-Boats, Racing-Boats, Canadian Canoes, Outriggers and Bell-Boats.

Paddleability sessions enable disabled people to take part in activity with other disabled people as part of a club or groups specifically for disabled people or, more frequently, alongside their non-disabled friends and family.

Trentham Canoe Club offers regular Paddleability sessions with access to our own Dragon boats run by Dave and Lynda Whiston and Gavyn Rudd. To find out more please email info@trenthamcanoeclub.co.uk

Paddleability restarts on 12th August, from 6:15pm. (Current members only…for now.)

Download the Word and PDF by clicking one of the links, below.

Return to Paddleability – MSWord

Return to Paddleability – PDF

Our Group – October ‘2018

 

2019’s Season

 

The 2018 Season came to a close:

 
Just like a big-family; well-done guys; another ‘superb‘ year. We look forward to 2019!
 

Representative: Gavyn (with support from Dave.)
 
 
 
 
 
 

Trentham Canoe Club