Tullamore Canoe Club was established in 2003, initially as a Canoe Club and then rapidly broadening our range to kayaking, canoe polo, freestyle, slalom, canoe sailing and many other forms of messing in or on water. We run training courses for open canoeing, kayaking, rolling clinics, 1st aid, and also do social trips on various rivers and lakes. Tullamore Canoe Club is a not-for-profit community based organisation with the main objective of providing water sports training to community members, local organisations, Scouts or other youth organisations.
- To provide water sports training of a high standard
- To provide a safe learning environment and maintain the safety standards of Canoeing Ireland
- To improve and develop member’s skills
- To recognise and encourage growth and progress
- To provide access to canoeing equipment and training
- To promote and encourage participation in the sport of canoeing
- The Club should be conscious of its role in the local community
The organisation is a not-for-profit community based organisation and is affiliated with Canoeing Ireland – the national governing body of canoeing – and bases its syllabus and safety and other guidelines on the standards set by CI. The TuCC Committee runs the club and makes decisions based on it’s particular responsibilities. Our Constitution provides guidelines as well as club rules, AGM, structure, offices etc. These roles are filled by volunteers. The organisation is financed from fees for membership, training courses and fundraising.
Tullamore Canoe Club is a Training centre that provide high standard water sports training with a high emphasis on quality, safety and fun to the Tullamore community. The club aims to provide a safe learning environment to improve and develop skills and co-ordination, physical health, awareness of nature and Ireland’s vast wealth of navigable waterways, to provide access to equipment and training and to promote the sport of canoeing.