All Club Members, Guests and Visitors must agree to abide by the club code of conduct whilst at/around the Club, using any Club equipement and when representing the Club in any capacity whether formally or informally. "At/around the Club" is deemed to extend to including all Club social media plateforms or site.

Any concerns about welfare may be addressed in the first instance, in confidence, to the Club Welfare Officer and/or the Club Secretary. Where the Club's first points of contacts are not available, or if it would be inapproriate to discuss with these Contacts, then in the next instance consider another Club official (including Coaches or Officers) and failing that, British Canoeing's Welfare departement should be contacted.

“Canoeing and kayaking are ‘assumed risk’ ‘water contact sports’ that may carry attendant risks. Participants shoud be aware of and accept these risk, and be responsible for their own action and involvement”.

Link to incident reporting form

The links below are a useful resource for information on River Thames levels.

Environment Agency

Hurley Lock levels

Marlow Lock levels

Marlow to Boulters