Coronavirus update

Based on the recent announcement from the government, and after a consultation with the committee we have sadly taken the decision to cancel tonight's pool session and this will also mean we'll likely cancel next weeks.

This means the next session will likely be Monday the 20th April:

  • Monday 16th March - Cancelled
  • Monday 23rd March - Cancelled
  • Monday 30th March - No pool session
  • Monday 6th April - No pool session
  • Monday 13th April - No pool session
  • Monday 20th April - TBC
  • Monday 27th April - TBC

As of yet, we've not heard if the annual Tiger Boat Race will go ahead or the Kendal Cumbria Tournament once we know more we'll re-evaluate and keep you posted.

Latest info (scroll down for more info!):-

  • Well done to Katie & Caitlin who got a silver medal at the European Championships with the GB U21 womens team.
  • We are now back in the pool on Monday evenings, from start of September 2019 to May 2020. Thursday evening sessions will continue hopefully till mid october, but its getting dark by 8pm these days, so get there as soon after 6pm as you can.
  • Merchanidise ie Hoodies & tee shirts etc can now be ordered direct at 
  • For tournament reports and press articles, see News section tab above.
  • Club is acredited with BC Quality Mark & Sport England Club Mark. 
  • Membership renewals are due in September, complete the online application and preferably set up a direct debit.
  • Tournament dates are under "Events" tab. Get them in your diary! We'll keep adding them as we get the dates confirmed.

Outdoor sessions

For summer 2016, we had a trial at Ullswater Yacht Club, which proved to be an excellent venue. We will be there for the foreseeable future, from May bank holiday through to start of September. The outdoor pitch fits perfectly between the yacht club jetties and our floating goals tie on to the jetties easily. We are also looking into an alternate place for the pitch so we can run tournaments. The water is clean and the air is fresh!!  All equipment is provided. Personal equipment brought to club sessions must be 'polo legal', for safety reasons. Some folk are training there over the winter as well. See Jack, Dan, Luke or Katie if you want to join them.



What is Canoe Polo

Not sure what Canoe Polo is?  The Canoe Show have put together a short video explaining what the sport is.  Below is a link to the video.

Watch the video here.

Club aims

Our aim at Penrith Canoe Club is to increase participation in sport

Find out more about the club