The club is open to everybody and we are keen on those involved volunteering to help support the club. The only pre-requisite we have is that you can swim 50 metres unaided.
Please Note : Currently we do not have access to the indoor or outdoor pool. Club activities are continuing during the Albert Avenue refurbishment: these will generally be on a minimum of the 1st and 3rd weekend of each month, but increasing as the weather improves.
All our session away from Albert Avenue are open to club members.
New members are asked to complete a medical needs form and a membership form. When they attend their first session they are greeted by a coach, who will introduce themselves and explain about the Club, expected standards of behaviour and safety. They will also ask about the new member’s abilities, experience and what they’d like to get out of the sessions. New members are also advised regarding the Club’s Facebook Page, Website and Email Newsletters so they can keep up to date with the Club’s activities.
The Club has a full range of equipment to suit all ability levels and disabilities: this can be borrow during our weekly sessions and hired for trips away. Giving you access to the sport without the financial outlay.
The links lead to the relevant forms these include medical history and photographic consent. Please complete these correctly so that the club can cater appropriately with different requirements.
There are copies of the Club’s codes of conduct in the club house, on the web site and new members are aware when they join, and are reminded at appropriate times if the need arises.
You don’t have to join immediately, you can try us out for 4 weeks before paying your membership fees.
Fees for 2020/21
- Junior (under 18) £25
- Adult £35
- Family (parents/guardians & Juniors) £45
- Non-resident Membership £12 – For those who wish to represent the club but do not live in the Hull, East Riding or North Lincolnshire region.
- Hull University Associate Membership – No cost to individual members, associate fee paid by Hull University Canoe Club. Member must be a member of Hull Uni CC and not reside in the Hull, East Riding or North Lincolnshire area full time.
Members/Families without personal or family membership of GB Canoeing have to pay a levy of £2 per adult which is paid directly to GB Canoeing for insurance purposes.
How to Join the Club
You can join Kingston Kayak Club through the British Canoeing Membership Portal:
This video will walk you through how to use the system.
The demographics of the membership is available through an interrogation of the clubs membership database. The current years is shown below. This is refreshed annually by 1st August, a couple of months after the renewal date.
The Club is moving toward using the British Canoeing Club+ membership system which allows us to use their database to store and update members’ details. The advantage with this is that you can update your details when required and also meets the demands of GDPR.
Please Note: In order to protect officers of the Club. All membership is now completed electronically.