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Lost dog in Dublin post

Suzie  the dog, who is 16 years old, fell into the Rye river on Sunday at the Aldi bridge in Leixlip village and was swept down river.. she could be anywhere between leixlip, lucan strawberry beds or even beyond.. her owners are distraught.. any help from anyone who may be canoeing along any stretch of […]

By |2019-02-19T19:11:07+00:00February 19th, 2019|Canoe.ie News, Enviroment|Comments Off on Lost dog in Dublin post

Flow State Issue 3

We have lift off!! We hope you enjoy the third and final edition of Flow State for 2018. Share it far and wide! Thanks again for all the contributions from across the sport.Have a great weekend and a very merry Christmas from everyone in Canoeing Ireland. https://www.canoe.ie/flowstate-issue-3/

Tidy Towns Waters and Communities Special Award 2018

The Waters and Communities Special Award is open for applications with a deadline of 23rd May 2018. The Award is run in conjunction with the main Super Valu Tidy Towns Awards, which this year celebrates its 60th year of encouraging and rewarding community effort. […]

By |2018-05-14T13:01:59+01:00May 14th, 2018|Canoe.ie News, Enviroment|Comments Off on Tidy Towns Waters and Communities Special Award 2018

Dublin Canals Action Day

Waterways Ireland will be working with volunteers along both stretches of the Royal and Grand Canals that will be organising the annual Dublin Canals Action Day that is taking place on the 21st of April. Canoeing Ireland are encouraging our members to get involved with helping out on the day. The big difficulty this clean up faces is actually [...]

By |2018-04-05T15:20:20+01:00April 5th, 2018|Canoe.ie News, Enviroment|Comments Off on Dublin Canals Action Day

Minister Josepha Madigan promotes ‘Check Clean Dry’ initiative

Minister Josepha Madigan promotes ‘Check Clean Dry’ initiative as part of Invasive Species Week Ahead of the Easter holiday period, and as part of Invasive Species Week, Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaelacht Josepha Madigan TD today (Tuesday 27 March) highlighted the importance of water amenity users (such as anglers, canoeists, and walkers) following [...]

By |2018-03-28T09:00:34+01:00March 28th, 2018|Canoe.ie News, Enviroment|Comments Off on Minister Josepha Madigan promotes ‘Check Clean Dry’ initiative
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