As a section of the Camping and Caravanning Club, all our camping events are open to Camping and Caravanning Club members (including Canoe-camping Club members) only. Anyone participating must be a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club before attending a meet.

Please remember to bring your Club membership cards to all club events, since we are required to check and record memberships are current.  We also need to record BRITISH CANOEING numbers for those who have them. Paddlers need to be a member of the Canoe-camping Club and/or one of Britain's paddlesport National Governing Bodies*.   These are needed to ensure that we are covered by the Club's and British Canoeing's insurance.
Canoeing and kayaking are ‘assumed risk’ ‘water contact’ activities, however serious accidents are very rare.
Participants should be aware of and accept these risks, and be responsible for their own action and involvement.
All participants in club trips or meets do so at their own risk, and neither the Club nor its officers can accept any liability for loss or injury of any kind sustained whilst on a Club trip, meet or other activity.

*British Canoeing / Canoe Wales / Canoe NI / The Scottish Canoe Association

Meets and Trips

RIVER WEY British Canoeing Floating Pennywort removal event
Saturday 21 May 2022
Contact Kevin East or Martin Dunn

This is an opportunity for the club to give something back to the waterways we paddle. Floating Pennywort is an invasive species that is seriously clogging our waterways creating impassable rafts of growth. A number of us have already helped at previous events on the Wey and the Mole.

Find out more: Help stop the spread of Floating Pennywort

Ben Francis, British Canoeing’s environmental project officer, is organising the Big Floating Pennywort Removal Day at the River Wey Navigation (Surrey), on 21 May, as part of National Invasive Species Week.

If you can take part, please complete this form by 13 May.

Location River Wey
Please register by completing the form as indicated.