The history of Lee Valley Paddlesports Club
The Lee Valley White Water Centre was a London 2012 Olympic site and is acclaimed for its world class facilities – but the scope of the Club is wider than Olympic disciplines and wider than competitive sports.
In 2013, The Olympic Legacy at the Lee Valley White Water Centre took a step forward with the announcement of a resident paddle sports club based at the Centre. The Lee Valley Paddlesports Club was formed by a volunteer group of paddle sports enthusiasts with the support of the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, the Lee Valley White Water Centre, Canoe England and GB Canoeing.
The Club was started with eight sections covering: Freestyle, Marathon, Polo, Rafting, Recreational paddling, Slalom, Sprint, Wild Water. We wish to see participation of all standards within a wide range of paddle sports represented by our different sections.
The General Committee
Lee Valley Paddlesports Club Ltd
Lee Valley Paddlesports Club Ltd is a Private Company Limited by Guarantee without a share capital. Registered in England & Wales, Company Number 8905366. As the resident club at the Lee Valley White Water Centre, our registered address is Lee Valley White Water Centre, Station Road, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire EN9 1AB.
We have formed a Private Company Limited by Guarantee and without share capital so as to help the Club develop and to protect the members. The Company has two registered directors, and all members of the Club become members of the Company. This is made clear on our membership forms.
Follow this link to view the Articles of Association for Lee Valley Paddlesports Club Ltd.
Lee Valley Paddlesports Club Ltd is a community-focused club run by volunteers to promote participation in paddlesports and to provide paddlesports opportunities.
The Club is affiliated to Canoe England (since 10th April 2014) under Affiliation Number 101031.