Paddle-Ability

 

Paddle-Ability

British Canoeing uses the term Paddle-Ability to refer to all activity for disabled people, be it specialist activity or as part of mainstream opportunities. The term Paddle-Ability 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.

Paddle-Ability 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 Paddle-Ability 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

Our Group – October ‘2018

Our 2018 Season comes 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