Work completes at Llandysul Paddlers Site to improve river access and stop the spread
The Canoe Foundation is pleased to announce the funded work at Llandysul for the Llandysul paddlers has now been completed. The £2,500 grant awarded has helped towards the installation of a new wash down station. An important step to prevent the spread of invasive non native species on the River Teifi. The grant has also helped make improvements to the car park, disabled access and bank step.
The funds, which were match funded by the club through other fundraising means, mean that the site is now more sustainable. Work completed protects the river access point and also prevents the spread of invasive non native species.
Gareth Bryant, Centre Manager said, “with support from the Canoe Foundation and Canoe Wales the access and egress points at Llandysul for the lake and river Teifi have been improved greatly.
The site now has a canoe and kayak wash down station and extended car parking. It also has access right up to the waters edge, flood lights, disabled access pontoon and paths.
“Access has also been improved from the lake to the river. This will allow for any easy transfer after a warm up paddle on the lake.”
If you would like additional information on the river Teifi or the canoe centre visit the Llandysul Paddlers website here.
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