At the 2014 ADM a motion was passed to setup the above working group. Accordingly, the board are seeking interested parties to put forward their names to fill the following two posts on the working group.
Representative of Commercial Providers
Independent member from canoe club background
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|Turkey Race in aid of St Vincent de Paul
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|1st Sluice Slalom Race - 14th December 2014
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|Canoe Marathon Ireland AGM on the 10th January 2014
Notice is hereby given that the Canoe Marathon Ireland AGM will take place on Saturday, 10th January at 2pm at the Liffey Centre, Strawberry Beds.
Any motions to be included for consideration should be emailed to email@example.com to arrive no later than 5pm on Monday, 29th December 2014.
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|Updated RSR Notes
There are a new set of RSR support notes for Instructors running RSR courses.
These notes provide a breakdown of the RSR competencies at each level and an expanded explanation of the RSR syllabi. The notes are an excellent resource for course providers but also for course participants and Canoeing Ireland members.
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|Survey for Belfast Lough Sailability Group
Belfast Lough Sailability Group is in the process of securing a grant for £1 million for a purpose built Watersports Centre at Carrickfergus Marina for those with disabilities and disadvantaged to have access to the water.
It will be for sailing, canoeing and other associated on the water activities such as environment and education - connected
to all things maritime.
It will be available to the wider community and all Ireland of course.
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2min survey to support their application and then
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|Updated Leptospirosis page
Updated information sections on Leptospirosis now on our webpage.
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|The Barrow Blue Way
THE BARROW BLUEWAY – WHAT IS IT?
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Waterways Ireland in partnership with Carlow, Kilkenny, Kildare and Laois County Councils and LEADER Companies are proposing to develop a Barrow Blueway, a 112km long shared-use trail for local people and visitors to enjoy along the route of the Barrow Way-Marked Way.
Following on from a number of studies and reports commissioned by various authorities including Waterways Ireland, the Local Authorities, LEADER Partnership Companies and Fáilte Ireland a series of interventions and programmes have been agreed and are being implemented by the agencies both collectively and individually. ONE SUCH INITIATIVE IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE Barrow Blueway.
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|Kayaking Accident on the Inchavore River, Co. Wicklow
Canoeing Ireland are deeply saddened to hear that a member of our community passed away last night following a tragic accident on the Inchavore River in Co. Wicklow. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.
|The Asian Clam - Corbilcula fluminea
To whom it may concern,
Canoeing Ireland wish to highlight the current issue in Ireland with regards to invasive species and in particular the Asian Clam(Corbilcula fluminea).
We want to draw your attention to the effects the invasive species can have on our waterways with particular emphasis on the Asian Clam. The Asian clam is an extremely effective invasive species and can form dense clumps across rivers. Asian Clam (Corbilcula fluminea) was first spotted in Ireland in 2010 in the River Barrow and the River Nore in Co. Carlow and Co. Kilkenny. Specifically around the St Mullins get off on the River Barrow.
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