COVID-19 Update III
The third of ‘guest updates’ in our COVID-19 series. Today we cover the easing out of the National lockdown and how this affects our events. We also touch briefly on the government and BCU guidelines for commercial kayaking events as well as leisure paddlers. Be safe and don’t risk the lives of others by taking unnecessary risks; please, please, stay home!
Post Script: NOMAD Sea Kayaking has published its COVID-19 risk assessment for all of their events. Please request your PDF copy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Her love of the outdoors is plain to see & she believes that every generation regardless of age should get outside, appreciating what the outdoors has to offer, both on & off the water. Introduced to paddling at 16, learning the basics on the Deben, Ore & Alde estuaries. After a few years of not being near a kayak, NOMAD Sea Kayaking brought her back to the water & reignited her paddling interest, NOMAD also strengthened her love of hiking! She completed her first Fjällräven Classic trek in 2018 as part of Team NOMAD with our Lead Guide, covering 110km of hiking and wild camping in Swedish Lapland just North of the Arctic Circle. In autumn 2019 she hiked & wild camped 190 miles across the UK’s Coast to Coast. There will be more hiking when she is allowed! Becky brings 25 years of experience of sales & a strong love of the outdoors & the environment to NOMAD Sea Kayaking. She is working towards her BCU guiding qualifications.