Poole Harbour Canoe Club is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation -  Registration # 1152531

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PHCC and its members are dedicated to promoting canoeing for fun, fitness, and friendship. We've been sharing a common interest in all aspects of paddle sport now for over 50 years.


The club is based in Poole, Dorset and with developing facilities in Wimborne on the River Stour attracts members from a wide area.


The members strive to spread the  

Poole Harbour Canoe club has been awarded *British Canoeing’s “Top Club” status. (*Formerly the British Canoe Union [BCU]) This prestigious award is awarded only to those clubs in the UK that can demonstrate safe and proper procedures and true diversity in their activities.    



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If it isn’t obvious who to contact or if you would like to ask about anything relating to the club - or comment about something on the website that doesn’t appear to be working as intended - or maybe just to comment or shower praise on the club and the website then please use this e-mail form here.                                Thanks


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Clubhouse location map :      Lake Pier, Lake Drive, Hamworthy BH15 4LR      Grid Ref : SY 983 905


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The club is run entirely by volunteers - and all of the members joined the club at some time because of a love of the sport, their eagerness to extend their skills or their love of the open air. If there are ever any of your queries that are not resolved quickly please email someone else on the ‘contact page’  as individuals may sometimes be away on business or otherwise preoccupied. If you would like to volunteer to help please see the ‘contact us’ page.       


enjoyment of kayaking and canoeing and boast of being “The friendliest club in the South”