THE FORMAT WILL BE SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT FROM PREVIOUS YEARS AND WILL BE LIMITED ON NUMBERS.
The weekend gets booked up quickly, so don't delay in completing this form and remember you must pay to confirm your booking.
The weekend is open to Scouts, Explorers, Network and Leaders.
Registration is from 8.30am till 9.15am on the Saturday morning. Collection from 3pm on the Sunday. The weekend is intended to enhance people's kayaking and canoeing skills, whether it will be for training, coaching, being assessed for "Water Permits", working towards D of E or Queen's Scouts Expedition Awards.
Cost £40 per participant. If you're a leader and are willing to helping with camp setup on the Friday night then please click here to register on the helpers form.
The fee includes camping, daily launching, meals from Saturday lunch to Sunday lunch. Breakfast on Sunday.
You will receive sessions on the water in both kayak, canoe and SUP with the opportunity to network and ask questions.
Preparation towards British Canoeing Star Testing will take place with our coaches.
Canoeandkayakstore will almost certainly provide display & taster kayaks/canoes over the weekend.
Information for the weekend is available on the Gloucester Scouting on the water website:-
***** As with all Scouting Events we shall need help setting up and clearing the camp, along with the movement of paddle craft. So lots any help would be appreciated throughout the weekend, but especially on the Friday and Sunday afternoons. *****
I give permission for my child to attend the aforementioned event. I also give permission for photographs to be taken of my child and used for publicity purposes.
I understand that the event Leader reserves the right to send any participants home if necessary. No responsibility for the personal equipment/clothing and effects can be accepted by the event organisers and The Scout Association does not provide automatic insurance cover in respect to such items.
I will inform the event Leaders if any of the information given on this form changes before the event takes place.
The participant can swim 50 metres un-aided.