On this page you will find UK-wide clubs and providers that offer dedicated support for paddlers with a disability. This includes those signing up to the English British Canoeing initiative Paddle-Ability, designed to improve paddling services for people with a disability.
How can I be sure the provider is competent?
Our provider and services finder below only lists clubs affiliated to national governing bodies in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. They need to meet certain standards to hold affiliation.
You will also see organisations displaying the British Canoeing Delivery Partner badge on the Go Paddling finder. It is a sign the organisation has agreed to the Delivery Partner Charter. This means the paddling provider has agreed to high standards of safety, value for money and customer service.
The badge is an indication to schools, parents and other customers that the partner takes its responsibilities seriously. They will use highly trained, qualified and competent staff, to deliver a high quality customer focused product.
How do I find a provider?
To find someone near you that offers services for paddlers with disabilities, simply enter your postcode and distance below. Then, if you need more information, hit More Details to go to a dedicated provider page.