The club was founded back in 1994, our mission is to encourage as many people as possible to take up paddle sports. We welcome paddlers of all abilities, age and gender to become members of our club.
We currently operate as a public limited company but are looking to change this to a Charitable incorporated organisationsor (CISo) and we hope to have this in place by October 2014
We are located in the historic market town of Hexham Northumberland
Please click on the red map marker bellow to get directions to our club house
We hold weekly sessions on a Saturday at 13:00 and we usually finish around 15:30.These sessions are suitable for everyone from novice to experienced paddlers, and is an ideal time to come along and give it a try.
Please bring spare clothing, wear clothes that you do not mind getting wet and a warm drink in a flask if you have one. We will supply all the necessary equipment required for you to have a fun safe day.
Through the summer months we hold additional sessions on a Wednesday evenings at 18:00 however we cannot always guarantee coach cover so these sessions are suitable for more experienced paddlers.
During the winter months we hold pool sessions at the Wentworth leisure centre in Hexham. We hold 2 sessions on a Friday evening for members to improve their skills with coaching in a warm safe environment.
Membership is open to anyone who can hold a paddle and agrees to abide by the Codes of Conduct for coaches and members.
To join our club go to www.webcollect.org.uk/hcc . Select new member and the subscriptions you need, then follow the onscreen instructions. If you need boat storage, please check availability before paying. If you do not have online access, you can download the forms for membership and media consent below and deliver them by hand, with your payment, to the Chair, Secretary or Treasurer at the boathouse on Tyne Green on a Saturday afternoon between 1300 and 1500.
Available in Microsoft Word format.
Click image to start your download.
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