Baldock & District Canoe Club is a friendly, relaxed club where you'll find a welcoming group of warm, open minded people here to help guide you in the right direction or for those more experienced, ready to huck off the next big thing!
When it was discovered that the organised annual trip from Sudbury to sea was already booked up. Jon, our club member and keen supporter of the River Stour trust, having spent many hours on restoration and preserving the river, was eager to lead us down on a trip of our own.Read More
Everyone else having traveled to North Wales Friday night, Dave and I decided as there was no water in North Wales we would head to the Cardiff International White Water Center, a pumped course guaranteed water, paddle there for the day and then head to N. Wales to paddle with the rest of the group on the Sunday.
Arrived in Cardiff and filled in all the paper work, got changed watched the course start to fill with water and had a look at the features. Then got on the water and warmed up and waited and waited, only 1 pump… Read More
The weekend took off to a great start when 5 of us met up at the old JJ's in Llangollan and spent the whole afternoon playing about in the river. Thanks to Craig's never ending enthusiasm [probably brought on by the Haribo sweets he'd bought at the services] we all got to body surf down a drop and glide across and back. Great fun!Read More
Report on the Interclubs Competition held at Cardington on the 6th/7th September by Brian Mccusker.
This weekend saw Baldock and District Canoe Club competing at the National Interclub Slalom finals taking place at Cardington.
With over 20 of the top clubs from across the United Kingdom competing and competitors across all divisions from those just starting out in competition to World Champions the quality of completion was extremely high over the two days!
First on the water for BDCC were the combined Team of Patrick Tomkins, Colin Tomkins and Terry Griffiths in the Division 2/3/Veteran Kayak Team. They were the… Read More
For once it looked like we would have water in the rivers with rain earlier in the week and more to come, sadly we were to be disappointed with rivers reaching their highest levels on Friday and then dropping off over the weekend. Having met at Bristol for breakfast, with the exception of Justin and Sarah who were running on welsh time we head down to Devon to meet Max and paddle the Dart Loop. On the journey down Andy rang to say that he, Rob, Craig, Dave and Graham were going to paddle the Upper Dart. This left myself,… Read More