This website is meant mainly to give you an idea of what we do, it has the framework of our group.
Not many of us take photos on paddles, we are enjoying ourselves too much.
Come & try it sessions can be run for you at a convienient time £10 for up to 2 hours. Birthday parties & river trips, are also available.
contact the secetary on email@example.com or 07850190537 (if no answer leave message)
(HYMB the center that we work out of, are running the following courses:-
BCU Paddlesports Stand Up Paddleboarding 9.30-12.30 £35.
4th July/18th July/1st August/15th August/5th September/15th September.
BCU 2* training 18/19 July or 26/27th September 9.30 - 4.3ch.0 each day.
Cost £100 each).
Founded in 1983 now celibrating 32 years of introducing newcomers to our sport.
The canoe group was founded in Edmonton North London and now meets regularly at Herts Young Mariners Base (HYMB) in Cheshunt Hertfordshire (EN8 9AJ). The club is affiliated to the British Canoe Union (BCU) and has a team of fully qualified coaches to help you enjoy your visit and show you how to paddle safely.
We have an enthusiastic group of members of all ages who enjoy paddling with us. There is something for everyone from gentle trips exploring the quite lakes and streams in the Lee Valley to daytrips to the Sea. For the more adventurous you can try the thrills of whitewater with visits to mountain rivers and the Olympic white water course at Waltham Abbey.
We specialise in introducing beginners and families who want to learn how to paddle. We can also setup special sessions for groups, if you have a youth group or group of friends at work contact us and discuss what you would like to do. Birthday partys are always good fun.
Come along, meet us and see how much fun being on the water can be. Bring a towel, change of clothes & footwear that will get wet.
Groups first response is Dave Rudland on 07850190537 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (the contact box at the bottom is not working, it has been reported to the webmaster).A note of encouragement from an Olympic champion:-http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p016dhd7