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Applications for Overseas Expedition Grants Now Open

Applications are now open to Welsh members of expeditions who want to push the boundaries of their sport to apply for the Welsh Sports Association’s (WSA) overseas expedition grant. MORE>

WCA Renewable Energy Policy

Premier PLI Policy #45201a - Renewable Energy Policy

£13m Canoeing and Rafting Centre ‘a Dream Come True’

Cardiff city council yesterday released this image as leader Rodney Berman shook hands on a deal that guarantees a £13m white-water rafting and canoeing centre to kick-start the ambitious second phase of the project. MORE>

Reintroduction of Beaver in Wales

The Wildlife Trusts in Wales are working on the Welsh Beaver Assessment Initiative which aims to investigate the feasibility of a beaver reintroduction to Wales. Beavers were hunted to extinction in Wales MORE>

Paddling Now Free at National White Water Centre

The WCA Board is happy to announce that charges for recreational kayaking and canoeing have been removed at the National White Water Centre located near Bala. Chairman of the WCA Board, Phil Blain outlined “The WCA has made this positive decision in the interests of the sport and in support of the WCA’s push towards a resolution of the access position in Wales”. MORE>

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