The club welcomes all new members and offers a chance to take out Temporary membership before joining as a Full Club member.

Temporary membership costs just £3.00 for two sessions, in addition to the £5.00 club session fee. (So your first session will be £8.00 per person, the second, session is just £5.00 per person, then you need to take out full club membership.) With your own equipment the cost per session is just £3.00 on a Saturday once you are a member, using club equipment the session fee is £5.00.

This is the place to start if you want to come paddling…

If you are new to the sport, haven’t done any paddling for years, want to gain some personal paddling awards or just want to get going again, then please come to one of our Saturday Sessions between Easter and November. Outside of these times, it gets just a little too chilly and we would hate to put you off! Ideally, please bring your whole family! It’s great fun!

The Saturday Sessions run from 9.30 am to 12 noon every Saturday throughout the year, except Bank Holiday Weekends.

Club sessions are booked through the booking portal, please read the information about the session to ensure that it is right for your needs.  Payment is made online.  We do not accept any cash payments within the club.

For more details on club sessions please visit the Club Sessions page.

A Gentle Start

Don’t worry, we won’t send you down the White Water Course! Our session is mainly based on the Lagoon. This is the small sheltered lake near to White Water Control, near the top of the White Water Course.

What to Wear

You need to ensure that you are dressed for the weather and water conditions. The water can be cold at any time of the year and it is very easy to get chilled and quickly miserable once you are damp or wet. We like to see happy paddlers!

Please dress in warm, light, layered clothing (not cotton as this is very cold when wet!) with a light windproof jacket if it is breezy. Jeans are not recommended as they are cotton and will be uncomfortable when wet. Wear some old trainers that you don’t mind getting wet, as footwear must be worn at all times, and bring a dry change of clothes and your shower kit.

If you haven’t brought a change of clothing then you may not be allowed on the water.

  • Wet suits can be worn if you have them but they are not essential.
  • Showers are available in the changing rooms.

From October to March we ask parents to be available at short notice as if a child gets wet or cold we will take them off the water and the coach cannot always be available to look after them whilst they get changed and until the end of the session.

If you have further questions, for information about the club and what happens throughout the year take a look at the News and Trips and Events pages.

Keeping you safe

We want everyone to have a great time at our club and take your safety very seriously. Please see our safeguarding page for more information about how we can all work together to create a safe club.