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Based in a superb setting on the Thames at Chiswick Pier, Chiswick Pier Canoe Club was formed in 1999 and has around 80 members. It is a friendly club and new members are always welcome. The club has a good spread of ages with many adult members and youngsters. The minimum age is 8 subject to the prevailing water conditions.
Safety is of prime importance to us at Chiswick Pier Canoe Club and we will only take a safe number of people on any of our club session. The number of people (club member, guests) is subject to coach availability on the day. Should the number of people exceed our safe capacity then the surplus will be turned away on grounds of safety.
Below you will find some useful information relating to paddling on the Thames. To view our events and trips in calendar format please visit our
The calendar also shows activity on the Thames which may affect paddling enjoyment!
SPORTS COACH UK SAFEGUARDING & PROTECTING CHILDREN
**CALLING ALL COACHES & PROSPECTIVE COACHES**
***SPORTS COACH UK SAFEGUARDING & PROTECTING CHILDREN WORKSHOP***
Chiswick Pier Canoe Club are welcoming current coaches (or prospective coaches) to take part in the Sports Coach UK Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop.
Date: 3rd June Saturday
Time: 2pm til 5pm.
A superb facilitator from Sports Coach UK will be leading this course specifically designed with the kayaking community in mind and includes support materials.
This event counts as an essential part to being a fully qualified coach and should also be a useful opportunity for coaches needing to renew their Safeguarding qualification after a 3 year period.
For those wanting to take part, the club requires a registration fee:
for CPCC club members £20 payment in-advance,which will be fully refundable on attendance and successful completion of this course.
for non CPCC club members £20 payment in-advance,of which £10 will be refundable on attendance and successful completion of this course.
If you are interested, please contact Mary-Jo (Safeguarding and Welfare Officer) via MJ.Rosalba@googlemail.com to reserve your place.
Book early as places are limited.
Course Location: The course will be held at The Chiswick Pier Trust Hall and refreshments will be available.
Course Address: Chiswick Pier Canoe Club,The Pier House,Corney Reach Way
London W4 2UG
Party on the Pier
Party on the Pier
date: 16 July 2017
More details will be added when they become available
Thames Barrier Closure Notice
Thames Barrier Closure Notice
Date 10 Sept 2017
Time 10:20 BST to 20:20 BST
the Barrier is schedule for closure during this time
Subject to availability, CPCC Members are able to hire boats for £10 per week or part of week and additional equipment such as buoyancy aids/paddles/helmets (again subject to availability) for a single cost of £5 per week or part of week (regardless of the number of equipment items hired).
For clarification, if the hire period covers all or part of more than one Sunday session then that will be classed as more than one week.
Please contact the equipment officer, Dean White, by email in the first instance.
Please note that payment should be made by bank transfer, (please reference payment as "Boat No. XX Hire" or "KIT & Boat No XX Hire" ) and that it is the hirer’s responsibility to arrange pick-up and return.
During the 2016 / 17 season we are reverting back to a paper based membership system.
All current Club Coaches plus prospective 2016 / 17 club members must fill out a new membership form for the current club membership period.
The club has been helped and supported by Chiswick Pier Trust, Sport
England, the BCU, Active Ealing, Hounslow CIP and the London Marathon
Trust. We work with Kayakojacko - a local company committed to coaching
excellence in many types of canoeing and this has helped us to expand
New members of any age (8 +) or ability are always welcome. Assistance
is provided to take people as far as they want to go in different parts
of the sport. We are committed to developing all aspects of canoeing and
helping people to make more use of the Thames. Look under Cool Stuff to
find photos of recent club activities and more.
River sessions run from Chiswick Pier on Sunday mornings. These usually involve a trip towards either to Fulham or Kew - depending on the tide. All abilities are welcome. More details including what to bring, what time we meet and other useful info can be found under the ‘Sessions’ link at the top of this page.
You could also join us on a Thursday Evening pool session 21:00 - 22:15 every week at Gurnell Leisure Centre, where you can meet some of our coaches and members and try a boat. We teach rescues, rolling and basic skills at the pool.
You may also like to join a beginners or an improver's course. See
club programme for dates of the next courses.
If you still can't find what you are looking for,
If you are new to the canoeing scene, additional information can be found on our Questions and Answers pages. You can also check out our
Cool Stuff pages for additional information, articles, ideas and exchanges. Go to the Personalities page to find out about people on the scene in and around the club.
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Above left is the link for Active Ealing. It is the department in Ealing Council which encourages and provides opportunities for sport and physical activities. They run one of London's best sport development programmes - 9 sports centres and an athletics track. They help clubs like ours to get started and develop. You can find out more about Active Ealing from their website.
The link above right is for Awards For All. They provided us with some grant money to help our club grow to what it is now. The London Trust (centre) gave us a £7,000 grant to buy boats and to fit a pontoon to the pier, which enables us to launch safely in any tidal conditions. Hounslow council also helped our club to get started in 1998 by giving us some kayaks.