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River North Tyne - Chollerford to Hexham

Posted: Sat Sep 20, 2008 8:54 am
by Mark R

Posted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 10:08 pm
by Jim Pullen
Archie Ruggles-Brise (Tyne Rivers Trust) wrote:The Tyne Access Agreement can be found at
http://www.tyneriverstrust.org/pages.ph ... atersports
Submitted on 29/01/07

This is interesting information. They have also kindly provided information on river levels so responsible kayakers & canoeists can choose when to paddle with due environmental responsibility.

Re: RIVER NORTH TYNE (Chollerford to Hexham)

Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2009 10:22 pm
by Jim Pullen

Re: RIVER NORTH TYNE (Chollerford to Hexham)

Posted: Tue Apr 28, 2009 11:23 pm
by MattC
Raining hard in North Tyne area right now. Possibility the river will be going tomorrow. It has been super low for a while so I'm not sure how much rain will be needed to bring it up again... Will take a look in the morning.

M

Re: RIVER NORTH TYNE (Chollerford to Hexham)

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 10:01 am
by Jim Pullen
Seems to be rising according to Fish Tyne, but nowhere near the magic 1' 8" yet!

Re: RIVER NORTH TYNE (Chollerford to Hexham)

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 10:28 am
by MattC
Just taken a look at Wark. I'd say the level is medium lowish. Paddleable but not all that exciting.

M

Tyne Acress Agreement

Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:09 pm
by canoeingfishy
hi

can anyone tell me where i may find the tyne accress agreement details?

or an easy (greade 2) river close to newcastle that is paddleable in october?

thanks

Re: Tyne Acress Agreement

Posted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 9:41 am
by Jim Pullen
Ironically the only place I can find online which still has a copy of it is the Fishing website, Fish Tyne: http://www.tyneriverstrust.org/images/s ... eement.pdf

The details of the agreement don't seem to be in line with Canoe England's current policy on access arangements, i.e. restrictions on canoeing should only be when there are legitimate, scientifically proven environmental reasons.

Having said this the comments on the tyne tour website would seem to indicate that the local BCU team would prefer people to stick to it: http://tynetour.co.uk/rivermap1.doc

I suggest you contact the BCU river advisor for their current viewpoint.

Edit: after a bit more searching I did find the Tyne Agreement on a BCU site here. Does this mean that the north east region are turning a blind eye to Canoe England policy?