Maida Hill Tunnel Open to Active 360 paddlers

Active 360 have been given permission by the Canal and River Trust  (CRT) to paddle through the Madia Hill Canal tunnel giving SUPers access to the Regents Canal and Camden Town. The Madia Hill tunnel is 251 meters (272 yards) long and is the second longest canal tunnel in London. The deceptively long, brick built tunnel was opened in 1816 linking Little Venice to the Regents Canal – which links Paddington to the Read More

Estate agents Hamptons International help clean up Paddington Canal

15 staff members from the Paddington branch of international estate agents Hamptons help to clear rubbish from the Grand Union Canal in Paddington, west London. On the 9th July the team from Hamptons international donned their wet suites and got down to business clearing litter out of the canal with Active 360 and the Canal and Riverside Trust. Despite rampant duck weed sometimes hampering efforts. They managed to fill over 15 bag with Read More

75 people take part in SUP marathon

£30,000 raised as 75 participants paddled 26 miles down the Thames from Shepperton to Putney in the third 40tude London Stand up paddleboard marathon on 20 June. Together with Active 360, 40tude, a fundraising organisation helping to raise money for St Marks in Harrow London, have organised one of the most unique marathons in the capital in aid of colon cancer.  St Marks is one of the leading colon cancer researching Read More

SUPing the Thames

Putney, one of the leafier parts of London, sits on a picturesque stretch of the River Themes. The banks are lined with trees and rowing clubs – its more famous and industrial banks seem a world away. This genteel part of the UK’s most famous river is where I had my first experience of stand up paddle boarding on the Thames. After a few SUP lessons on the Grand Union Canal in Paddington, I was looking forward to trying out my Read More

Canal Clear up - Cat Hughes

London’s canals are one of the few places where nature and urbanisation sits side by side – however, they do not always do so in harmony. As anyone who has walked passed the Grand Union Canal near Paddington Station and Little Venice will have noticed that, together with the picturesque canal boats, birds and historic buildings is an array of colourful plastic bobbing up and down in the dark water. On Wednesday 29th April Read More

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