A group paddling on the rapids
Management Plan Consultation
The rapids at Symonds Yat were purchased by canoeists for canoeists in order to maintain the rapids which were at risk of being lost for good. In order to ensure the site is sustainably managed the following management plan has been drawn up. This still a draft document and comments are welcomed up until 18th May 2010. To view the draft plan please follow this link to the plan
If you have any comment or suggestion to contribute to the management plan, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to our Website!
Everyone has to learn to paddle somewhere and in Great Britain that somewhere is often Symonds Yat, a small rapid on the River Wye in the Welsh Borders.
The rapids were purchased in March 2003 by the British Canoe Union with the support of the Environment Agency following a successful four year long appeal by a local group to buy them on behalf of all canoeists. Following further fund raising and successful applications for substantial funding from the Community Club Development Programme managed by Sports England and the Market Town Initiative the groynes are currently being restored and made permanent the and habitat improvements are being made for the local wildlife.This website was last updated on the 1st February 2010