Author: Andrew Carden

Club update ~ April

Pennine Canoe and Rowing Club Update I thought its worth updating everyone with recent activity within the club particularly as many of you have been asking about the plans for the summer. Two weeks ago we were contacted by Younger

Saturday Session 13th June Outside

Due to the Weather we will be at RoKT tomorrow See attached Kit List Basic Canoeing Gear   If you are not a club member yet the session will be £5 jnr £8 adult or you can join for the summe

2015 Racing Dates

Below is a list of the majority of races that are of interest to the Marathon + Sprint Team. The list includes some Hasler Marathons in the NW Region. These have been included to provide more competition and because they

Club Meeting

The Clubs Meeting will be held on Monday evening at the Navigation Pub at 7:00 The First Hour will be dedicated to two items:- Feedback from club members on the clubs sessions in particular from those who attend the Club

Pennine Canoe Polo place 10th in the Gekko International, Belgium

Pennine A, current national league runners up, were placed 10th in the Gekko International competition in Gent, Belgium. The team faced a tough initial group stage where they got a good win against the Holland U21 national side 7-3 before adding

New address for Website and Emails

It might be only a small change but the Website and club emails have now moved to the new Domain penninecrc.org All the old emails and web addresses will continue to work for sometime yet. It means that  all Clubs communications reflect

Pennine Polo Players set to make global impact…again

This season saw the Pennine under 16 making a reapearence in Yorkshire leauge, Pennine C compete in Yorkshire Div 2 introducing a number of new players, Pennine B reclaim their place in National Div 2 and Pennine A finish 2nd

Tuesday Nights

Tuesday Sessions are going fantastically well with the paddlers now progression new paddlers are on their way one star and other two star. If you intrested in coming down get in touch or turn up at RoKT at 6:30, or

Your club needs you!

Battyeford Jetty is finished and ready to use, just need a little help with landscaping etc. I’d like to thank Howard Holmes for all his hard work, he has been spending all his Fridays on this project for the past

Saturday Paddle RoKT to Brighouse

The inaugurall paddle from RoKT site to Battye ford was undertaken by 17 intrepid paddlers last Saturday. The group thought they were paddling 4.5miles(approx) and 5 weirs/drops, the route was probably closer to 6 miles but the afternon was utterly

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