Active Thames, a partnership programme led by the Port of London Authority (PLA), announces community funding for watersports and walking in London, Kent and Essex.
Taking the plunge: how a West London paddle boarding club is creating an inclusive community of like-minded, safety-conscious paddlers
Dittons Paddle Boarding Club are now offering free introduction sessions to diversify the sport, following an investment in first aid and water rescue training which has been made possible by funding from Active Thames
East London rowing coaches break down barriers to watersports for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds
Coaches from London Youth Rowing are shaking up the way they approach training young people and inclusivity, after an investment in a formal coaching development thanks to funding from Active Thames.
Breaking down barriers: how two clubs are offering more opportunities in sport for people with disabilities
An AHOY Centre and Sport Works collaboration means more children and adults with disabilities are able to participate in watersports.
East London football club Wapping Youth FC partners with activity centre to provide free kayaking sessions to make watersports accessible
Wapping Youth FC championed young people building key water skills, with many experiencing the benefits of the water for the very first time.
The heritage of Gravesend Sailing Club has been protected by an increase in coaching development thanks to funding by Active Thames.