Go Paddling with Pride this July

Get your flags and facepaint ready and come along to Paddling with Pride this summer! In the run-up to the Commonwealth Games 2022, we’re excited to be part of British Canoeing’s inaugural Paddling with Pride event in Birmingham. In partnership with Pride House Birmingham, British Canoeing will be welcoming paddlers…

Stay Safe On The Water

Welcome to Go Paddling’s Stay Safe On The Water. We want everyone to enjoy paddling whether on holiday, day adventures or weekends out. And so, for those of you new to paddling, here are ten simple things you can do to stay safe… Always wear your buoyancy aid or personal…

5 ways to enjoy paddling this Halloween

So the weather is turning and the leaves are beginning to fall from the trees. But it's ok, because Halloween is just around the corner! Whilst it's now customary to hit up your local pumpkin patch and enjoy a Halloween film night, we've got some paddle-related activities for you to…

The river licence explained

If you’ve recently started paddling, the advice around where you can paddle and what you can do can be stifling.  Different waterways are effectively managed by different bodies which can cause a bit of a headache, especially when you only want to put your boat on the water and go…