Like you, we have been awaiting more detailed information regarding a proposed completion date for the maintenance work on the course and handover back from Canal & River Trust. Unfortunately, we have no involvement with the physical works or completion timeline, however, there is now water in the course, and whilst there is still work going on in the background, this is great news that a reopening date is seemingly getting closer.
As soon as we receive further information we will update you all and will publish the summer programme for the course.
Thanks for your patience and fingers crossed it won’t be long before we’re all back on the water.
Following the Prime Minister’s recent announcement of the ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown over the coming months, we have created our very own guide to the reopening of our services, which we are rather excited to share with you below.
We are excited to be able to offer Stand Up Paddleboarding, Kayaking and White Water Paddling from 29th March and can’t wait to safely return more activities for you all to take part in!
While all dates are subject to change, and subject to activity-specific guidance from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport that is yet to be published along with relevant National Governing Body guidance, we hope this information will prove useful to you as we look ahead to restarting our services.
We will share more detailed information relating to specific activities with you nearer to the time they are due to restart but for now let’s look forward and get excited about the reopening of Tees Active’s venues.