Tamsin	
  Phipps	
  
Government	
  &	
  Public	
  Affairs	
  Manager	
  
Bri;sh	
  Canoe	
  Union	
  	
  
Water	
  as	
  a	...
The	
  Recrea;onal	
  User	
  
•  Watersports
Millions of people each year enjoy being on, in or by the water
Over 50% of ...
Canoeing	
  ….	
  	
  
Need to exercise, but can’t stand
the thought of going to the gym?
Enjoy training outdoors, but run...
Canoeing	
  and	
  the	
  Environment	
  	
  
Educa;on	
  …..	
  
Be	
  a	
  Rubbish	
  Canoeist!	
  
Reducing	
  the	
  impact	
  	
  
Canoe	
  Trails	
  	
  
Where can I go canoeing?
•  Start and finish points
•  Things to see and do on route
•  Historical...
Addi;onal	
  Benefits	
  	
  	
  
•  Health –
•  Personal development
•  Education
•  Rural Growth
•  Environmental enjoyme...
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union
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Water as a resource - the Recreational User - Christopher Hawkesworth on behalf of Tamsin Phipps, British Canoe Union

  1. 1. Tamsin  Phipps   Government  &  Public  Affairs  Manager   Bri;sh  Canoe  Union     Water  as  a  resource       The  Recrea;onal  User    
  2. 2. The  Recrea;onal  User   •  Watersports Millions of people each year enjoy being on, in or by the water Over 50% of the population live with in just a few miles of a waterway Its not just the humans that enjoy the water!
  3. 3. Canoeing  ….     Need to exercise, but can’t stand the thought of going to the gym? Enjoy training outdoors, but running has taken its toll on your joints? Want to get fitter, but can’t imagine yourself in Lycra? Then canoeing could be the sport for you.
  4. 4. Canoeing  and  the  Environment    
  5. 5. Educa;on  …..  
  6. 6. Be  a  Rubbish  Canoeist!  
  7. 7. Reducing  the  impact    
  8. 8. Canoe  Trails     Where can I go canoeing? •  Start and finish points •  Things to see and do on route •  Historical information •  Safety information including skill level required •  Environmental information
  9. 9. Addi;onal  Benefits       •  Health – •  Personal development •  Education •  Rural Growth •  Environmental enjoyment •  Partnership working

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