We are Back!
Although we have a long way to go till we are fully open, after being locked down it is good that our existing paddlers have been able to get out on the water, hopefully July will see more action and more paddlers.
As we gradually come out of lockdown, we have opened some of our sessions to existing paddlers, slowly we are getting back into action.
Harefield has been seeing a lot of action as it is one of only two facilities available, the other being our friends at Shepperton, so not only have The Sharks been paddling there bust so have several members of the British Team, whom have been really great and supportive of our paddlers.
Southall, has been back in action, with sessions every Tuesday at 5pm, this site is about to undergo make development and we look forward to welcoming many more paddlers soon.
We are working behind the scenes to improve what we do to make The Sharks one of the greatest clubs there is, as lockdown eases we will be coming back better and stronger than before, please keep in touch by email: email@example.com or call us on 07951 770241. All news is published on our website: www.thesharks.org.uk as well as regular information on our social media pages: www.facebook.com/thesharkscc, more videos on www.youtube.com/thesharkscc, we have a www.twitter.com/thesharkscc account and we are on www.instagram.com/thesharkscc.
Well done to the London Youth Games team for staging a competition during lockdown, to keep people active, a brilliant initiative.
Other news announced this month, Sport England helped us out with a £1,000 grant to help during the Covid-19 crisis.
The Slalom Committee, sadly but sensibly abandoned the competitive season for 2020, we are investigating teh possibility of running some local events with other clubs towards the end of the year if circumstances allow it.
Looking forward, the Sprint Committee, announced the dates for the 2021 Sprint Regattas, something we can plan for and make an impact at
We thank everybody for their support during this difficult time and we wish everybody well and please remember Covid-19 has not gone away, we need to be careful, we need to be sensible, so please keep safe and hopefully we will see you soon.