Richmond Canoe Club AGM 2016

This year’s Annual General Meeting will be held at the clubhouse on Saturday 2nd April 2016 at 1pm. Last year we had a really good turn out and it would be great to see as many attending this year too. The draft agenda for the meeting is below, although members are welcome to raise additional items. Please contact Tom Sharpe (commodore@richmondcanoe.club) for more information or to request an item to be added t
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Membership Renewals 2015

Members! Our Membership Year runs from 1st November 2015 to 31st October 2016. So fees are now due!   For 2015-16 the membership types/rates are:   Life – £1,450 Senior – £145 Senior (60+) – £60 Student (18+) – £60 Partner of senior – £75 Junior (under 18) – £60 Social (or Parent) – £30 Out of port – £40 Child of senior – £30   Rack fee- £55 per boat   Email reminders will be sent. Or you can cont
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Richmond Canoe Club 2015 AGM

A reminder that the Richmond Canoe Club AGM takes place this Saturday at 1pm in the club house. All members may attend. Only members with voting rights may vote. Contact the secretary – secretary@richmondcanoeclub.com for further details.
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RIC Paddlers undefeated by the Floods

A hardy group of senior paddlers, led by Peter Barnes, have been running regular Sunday paddles on the Grand Union canal from Stockley Park and more recently from the Hillingdon Outdoor Centre. It’s great to see so many people getting out there and training despite the difficulties that the current river conditions present.
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Richmond Canoe Club Quiz Night

What are you doing on the evening of Friday 15th of March?
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Richmond come out to see the Olympic torch

It was great to see so many people down at the club earlier to see the Olympic torch coming past the club for the second time this week. This time they caught our better side!
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Important note: Access to clubhouse now changed

Richmond Canoe Club has changed from keys to electronic key fobs. An electronic fob is now required to gain access to the building. The benefits of moving to Fob entry are: Ensuring that only authorised members have access Lost or stolen fobs can be cancelled, making the canoe club more secure and safe When members leave the club access will be removed so only current members will have access Those who fail to pay th
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