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April 2019

Doggy Paddle


Shaws Bridge Belfast


09:30 to 11:00


£16.00  (Convert)

Booking is Essential

About the Event

On the second Sunday of every month (except July) we’re offering Doggy paddles – paddle a canoe from Shaw's Bridge, Belfast up the River Lagan with your four-legged best friend along for the ride!

PS you don’t actually have to bring a dog to be allowed to join in!

9.30am – 11am, cost £16pp, dogs go free.

This session is instructor led and equipment is provided - boats, paddles, buoyancy aids, helmets (for human participants)

If the session is showing as fully booked, ring Stella in the office on 028 9064 6695 - we might be able to increase staff numbers and make more boats available.

What to Bring

All safety equipment is provided, Including canoes, Buoyancy Aids, Helmets and Paddles. Bring clothes you don't mind getting wet, a Coat and a change of clothes for afterwards.

You may bring your dog, but that isn't required

Contact and Booking

Book Online Here

Alternatively Contact the Office via

For more information about Doggy Paddle, click here.

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Ardnavally Scout Centre 108 Old Milltown Road Belfast Shaw's Bridge
+44(0)28 90 646695

Directions from nearest town: Directions to Shaw's Bridge 1. Take M1 Motorway/M1 to Belfast (Northbound) 2. At junction 2, take the A55 exit to Outer Ring/Newtownards 3. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Stockman's Ln/A55 heading to Outer Ring/Newtownards Continue to follow A55 4. Turn right at Malone Rd/A55 Go through 1 roundabout 5. Turn right at Shaw's Brdge / Barnett's Demesne Sign

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