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Canoeists to take to River Medway

24.06.2015

A canoe club is holding another event to support BWBF.

Members of Tonbridge Canoe Club's touring section will once again be fundraising for British Wireless for the Blind Fund.

On Saturday 3rd September, they will be paddling the River Medway Canoe Trail from Tonbridge to Wateringbury.

Their 15km downstream paddle will take in six locks.

The trip will be followed by an open house supper at the home of fellow club members Ben and Frances Fielding.



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