This is mainly for people I've talked to already, but I couldn't figure out who was who on the e-mail list easily so sent it to everyone.
I'm driving to north Wales with Ralph, Andy and Emily (if you're all still up for it) next weekend for a mini-trip for people that are quite experienced at white-water already. I'm really sorry I can't offer the trip to more people, I've only got a Fiesta and four people with kit is the maximum I can take, and they happened to be sitting in front of me when I was thinking about it. If anyone else can drive, has roof bars and wants to come that'll be cool, just let me know.
We'll be leaving Friday evening at 16:00, camping near the river Tryweryn and returning Sunday evening. I've got a 2-man tent, if one other person can bring a tent to share that'd be cool, otherwise I'll sort one out. The trip should cost about â”¬Ãº8 camping, â”¬Ãº10 petrol, and â”¬Ãº14 (or â”¬Ãº7 for BCU members) to get in Tryweryn for the day.
SO! Please e-mail me back to confirm if you're coming and if you have a tent, or if you have a car and roof bars and you want to come.
I have sent an email around but for those of you that haven't joined yet and not getting the emails, then pleaseâ”¬Ã¡join soâ”¬Ã¡you do, the email explained a trip to the river Leam on sunday to teach one star skills, if you didn't receive a copy of the email and you are a member then please drop me an email at email@example.com and i shall reply with the email.
This trip is only for those are beginners and dont have their one star yet.
Chris 'scarf boy' Coach
Welcome to a new year of fantastic socials with the Canoe Club. Our first one is only a stone throw away, happening this Wednesday (5th Oct). Starting at The Bar (Rootes Social Building) at 6pm. We will meet there, have a few (possibly quite a few in our case) drinks, before moving onto the wonderful event that is Score, so we recommend that you purchase a score ticket in advance to save time from queuing.
Although the theme is pyjamas, I for one would have to wear boxer shorts, as these are my pyjamas, and though pulling someone's trousers down in a public place is HIGHLY amusing and I'd do it, I don't fancy getting my nuts out in public. There is the possibility of gaffer tape I suppose... SO, wear what you like, I'm (Graham) not wearing fancy dress.
See you there,
Graham (G) and Nicky (Special), your social coordinators
Hey boys n girls
Just to remind everyone, old and new, whats going on this term...
All Mondays at 8.30pm in the Campus pool is Canoe as usual - just turn up with swimming stuff, a tee shirt and a towel (ideally) and we're sort out the rest. As always will be an hr of teaching if you want it or just playin around if you don't. Then onto the bar/top b.
Wednesdays we will be running some basic beginner river skills on the leam - keep an eye on the emails for details - anyone will be welcome either to help teach or to be taught.
First social will be a BIG one. SCORE week 2 (this wednesday) for some fun n games, more info to follow from our estemed social secs
Freshers trip weekend at end of week 4, will be a beginners trip to an easy river in a yet to be disclosed mystery location somewhere in the country (ie i havn't decided yet) so sign up'll be up for that in the next few weeks, but keep the weekend free.
Tyne tour is end of week 6, which is a HUGE BCU event held on the tyne up north, which is always a big partee and a good river, so keep that free too, and we'll also be running a 'hardcore' trip wk 9, for those who think they can keep up with the big boys (not me then...)
Right okay, i'll leave you to your lives now, see you monday in the pool!
Welcome to the Canoe and Canoe Polo clubs. If you are interested in either club, come along to a taster session as follows:
You do not need to be a member of either club to come along and try it out.
All equipment is provided, all you need to bring is swimming kit.
See you there,
Andy "Webbo" Knight