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Adult Inclusion

Our Aims

Laburnum Boat Club aims to be an inclusive club with a session suitable for everyone, regardless of ability. With our experienced and dedicated support staff, disabled children and those with SEN or additional support needs can join one of our clubs and enjoy the activities we have on offer.

Outline of kayak and paddle

Our Boats

Paddlesports are very inclusive and people are often surprised by how accessible they are.

They can be fitted with specialist adaptive equipment such as supportive seats, paddle grips, neck support etc, making the whole experience more meaningful and comfortable for people with limited mobility.

Lady Mildmay is our accessible narrowboat, it has ramp access and a lift and takes up to 12 people.

Our Site

We have accessible toilets, showers, changing rooms and canal side hoist. Steps, railings, door frames etc are all painted in contrasting colours to aid people with limited vision.

Opening Times

Term Time:

Wednesday 7-9pm

Adult Club

Learn to kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board while you meet friends and get fit!

If you have accessibility needs or require additional support please get in touch so we can arrange it for you.

Remember to BOOK online before the session.


October-March: £12.50

April-September: £15

Annual membership*: £160

*Annual membership is valid for 12 months from the date that it is paid. This entitles the member to free entry to all sessions at the club and also include company membership. You can read more about being a company member on our About Us​ page.

Opening Times

Term Time:

Friday 2-4pm

Friday Club

A weekly club for adults with mental health difficulties in partnership with Homerton Hospital


Sessions are free but you must be registered with the appropriate member of Staff.

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