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Introduction session to Kayaking

kayak - Up to 2 people


This Booking is a one session introduction to Kayaking

Latest update 1 June 2020

The government has announced that from 1 June people can go outside more than once a day for exercise, alone, with members of their household, or with up to, but no more than 5 people from outside of their household as long as they are following social distancing guidelines. (minimum of 2 metres apart).

What to bring

What kit do I need to go canoeing?

A: Before you are properly kitted out a pair of light-weight tracksuit bottoms or leggings and some plimsole-like shoes/trainers (preferably without a big sole) are good to wear on your bottom half. Avoid wearing cotton if possible as it tends to get heavy and cold when wet! A light weight, fitted top with a thin cagoule which is lose fitting for good range of movement is also useful for your upper body, in winter multiple layers are a good choice .

Don't forget a sun hat, sunglass's suncream and water, and maybe a sandwich for post session refreshment


There are four documents;

Please download complete and return by email the first two document's

1) ESS Consent form Covid-19

Documents to read

1) Safety Guide for attending sessions Version 1

2) Essex Slalom Squad Risk assessment

3) Essex Slalom Squad standard operating procedures

These documents are important you must download them, we have to share these so that as a club we are insured to operate but most importantly to keep you safe so that we can have some paddling fun :)


This is a single experience session aimed at providing an introduction to Kayaking

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Where we'll meet

When entering the site you should see a yellow VW Transporter, there are disabled parking bays just to the other side of where the van is parked. I will meet you there.

Essex Slalom Squad
£35 per person
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