Bridgend Canoe Club was formed in November 1982 and has been active in many of the various disciplines of the sport. Currently the clubs primary discipline is Canoe Polo, however we have slalom paddlers within the club, who are competing at a variety of levels. The Club also has a mixture of skill levels, from beginner to international level paddlers.
Currently, we train indoors once a week at Pencoed Pool, and outdoors two or three times a week (depending on the weather) at Barry Community Water Activity Centre.
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The Club now consists of upwards of 30 paddlers, and we are looking to expand.
If you are interested and would like more information regarding club activities or wish to add your name to the waiting list complete the form on the Contact Us page, with as much information about your paddling experience as possible.
The Club has a monthly fees policy as well as an annual subscription policy, which all members are expected to pay by the given date, to our Bank Account.
Canoeing and kayaking are assumed risk, water contact sports that may carry attendant risks. participants should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement.
Bridgend Canoe Club has a child protection policy.
Adults with regular contact with young persons may be asked to undergo a DBS check.
Affiliated to Canoe Wales / Canw Cymru
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