Moo Canoes was created in 2012 to make London’s waterways more fun for everyone!
They work with Thames 21 and The Canal and River Trust, using the fleet to enhance and protect the waterways. They’ve also helped found two community action groups, The Lower Regent’s Coalition and Friends of the Cut – there are regular friendly events and both welcome new volunteers!
Moo Canoes will be running activities starting in March 2018 from Poplar Union, including paddle boarding sessions and litter picks.
If you have any questions about Moo Canoes and the programme, get in touch!
Moo Canoes – Canal Litterpick
Tired of looking at a filthy canal and towpath? Now is your chance to make a difference and get stuck in with Poplar Union’s monthly litterpicks!
Focusing on the Limehouse Cut canal, these evening litterpicks will take place on the last Monday of every month, in partnership with Moo Canoes and the Friends of the Cut. With canoes and litter-picking equipment freely available at every event, the only thing missing is you!
All of these events are run by highly-experienced litterpick leaders. Don’t worry if you’ve never canoed before – Moo Canoes’ boats are very beginner-friendly and their team will show you the ropes!
For more information, please call 07879 909423 or visit their website.
Moo Canoes – Paddleboarding (SUP)
Is it a fish? Is it a new species of waterfowl? Is it the offspring of a surfboard and a canoe? No, it’s stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), the latest craze to hit the Limehouse Cut, brought to you by Poplar Union and Moo Canoes!
This decidedly different sport is a fantastically fun way to get out and enjoy the water. Great for balance and core strength, our paddle boarding sessions are suitable for beginners and seasoned SUPers alike. Their experienced instructors will kit you up and take you through the basics with the aim of getting you on the water and experiencing the joys of the sport as soon as possible.
Check out Spring’s programme!