Get active. Learn new skills.
Make new friends.
Over the last few years there has been a rapid growth in paddlesport, which has benefited our club, with large numbers of new enquiries from paddlers of all abilities. We will always try to get you on the water as soon and safely as possible.
If you would like to become a member, your first step is to contact us, giving us as much information as you can. We will then deal with your enquiry as efficiently as we can. Or pop down to one of our regular pool sessions for a chat.
Access to all our pool sessions at the member rate of £5 per pool session.
Covered by the club’s River Chelmer licences to paddle the River Chelmer.
Note: we realise it’s a cheaper alternative to buying an annual licence direct, however, please note that licences will only be issued to those who want to be an active part of the club.
(Note, The Chelmer & Blackwater navigation is a private waterway and is not covered under British Canoeing membership)
Access to qualified British Canoeing coaches and leaders who will help you feel comfortable on the water and also help you progress you skills and techniques.
10% off purchases at Nucleus Watersports (https://shop.canoes2go.co.uk)
Access to all our social events and trips that will run/host throughout the year.
You all get to be part of our awesome club!
Our current annual membership fees are:
Adult Membership – £20 (18 years of age or over)
Family Membership* – £40 (For families/ co-habitees; two or more adults + children)
Junior Membership (under 18) – £10 (Eligible from 11th birthday until 18).
Senior – £10 (65 years and over).
Membership runs from 1st Jan to 31st Dec and new members joining mid-way through-out the year will enjoy a reduction in the above rates for the remainder of the subscription year.
*Children under the age of 11 years may join as part of a family membership. Our club rules state that for under 11s to paddle in a club session, they must be accompanied on the water by a parent/guardian who is a reasonably competent paddler. For safety reasons, children under the age of 8 are allowed at pool sessions and on some flat water trips if approved by Safety officer/committee.
Members are encouraged to tell the instructor or trip leader of any health issues or allergies which may affect you whilst canoeing/kayaking. This should be done before you go afloat. Your Instructor is obliged to ask all members of their group for this information.
Completed Membership forms can be posted to MCC Treasurer, 4 The Orchard, Maldon, Essex CM9 4UN or handed in to a committee member at one of our pool sessions or emailed to email@example.com
“Maldon Canoe Club is a great club that has made me and my family feel very welcome. My children love having fun at the pool sessions, and there is always help and support on hand from knowledgable coaches.”MCC member
“I started out in my late 20's and enjoyed just throwing the ball around while trying to stay in my boat. Now 30 years later I am still playing this sport which keeps me fit and a having a great social time as well.”MCC Canoe Polo member
I started out kayaking on the sea, but was invited along to try white water with one of the clubs level 3 coaches at Lee Valley. I was hooked from the first session, even though I spent more time out of the boat than in it.MCC member
Great day out waves got big every time I looked.The coach was right their inspiring confidence great leadership I was able to push myself knowing I was looked after.MCC member
I was a total novice when I first joined, but through the help of the club I have now have some British canoeing awards under my belt and feel lots more confident in the water. Thanks for all the coaching and leadership.MCC member