Axe Vale Canoe Club

Contact us at: info@axevalecc.co.uk

Affiliated to the British Canoe Union Clubmark Accredited


New: (28 Jul)
BBQ and Cornwall trip dates

Welcome to Axe Vale Canoe Club

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Useful Information

Courses and Tasters


NOTE: There will be no Tuesday or Friday Sessions on 1st, 5th, 8th & 12th August (due to coaches being on French trip).
Wednesday sessions on 30th July and 6th August will continue for Club Std members.

29/30/31 August - Trip to Cornwall - ask Geoff Hunt

12 Sept - Night paddle from Lyme Regis to Seaton

20/21 Sept - Wye Weekend Trip

Information on joining us, water levels and equipment.

GoCanoeing session planned for 19th July 2014 as part of the Natural Seaton Festival.
10:00 to 13:00

AVCC BBQ and Awards
Family Paddle
6th September 2014.

Typically 15:00 start but to be confirmed...

Summer Trips List is HERE!

For Members:

Membership forms, benefits,

Facebook Group

We offer Taster Sessions to local groups and schools giving you a new perspective on the  Axe.

Axe Race 2014
Sunday 9th March

General Info about Trips on the Wye:
Weekend Trips on the
River Wye

Give us your views on
New Trip Ideas from
Geoff Oliver

Some things to read when we can’t be paddling:

- Member's
Code of Conduct

 - Coaching and Leading Scheme


Here is the Axe Estuary Hazard and Risk Poster for the Introductory Course and new members.

Bob's Open Canoe Weekend
5th & 6th July 2014

Ad-hoc trips may still occur depending on weather and  water conditions, so weekend trips are also arranged, on a "casual"  basis, including surfing or other paddles. Arrangements are done via  phone or Facebook - so look on Saturdays or ensure Phil/Tash have your  phone number if you are interested.

Axe Vale Canoe
Club (AVCC)

The club is based in Seaton, Devon and offers a wide variety of canoeing disciplines including: touring, white water and sea paddling, in both canoes and kayaks.

We have a range of fully equipped canoes and kayaks including all the personal kit to go with them: buoyancy aids, cags, spray decks, helmets and over trousers. The club house has hot showers and facilities for refreshments.

We have over 100 members but are always looking to include new members to strengthen the club and provide you with new skills and an enjoyable time paddling. If you are interested in how to join us or our introductory and improvers courses, then look at Interested in Joining or the Courses page.


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