Ian Tokelove

Ian Tokelove is a communications and media professional with a passion for kayaking and canoeing in the UK and beyond.

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The Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour returns to London’s Union Chapel in March 2020

The Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour returns to London’s Union Chapel in March 2020

| January 3, 2020

Kayaking is well represented at the Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour this year, with two ‘red and blue’ line-ups of adventure films. The Tour hits London in March 2020 and is touring across the UK between January and May 2020. The Banff Red Programme The Banff Red Programme includes two films featuring kickass female adventurers. Both […]

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In 2019, three women set out to circumnavigate Ireland by sea kayak. Share the adventure.

In 2019, three women set out to circumnavigate Ireland by sea kayak. Share the adventure.

| December 28, 2019

In summer 2019, three women set out to circumnavigate Ireland by sea kayak. Join kayaker, Lindsey Harris, as she shares their adventure with us at Allenburys in Ware. This special presentation takes place on Tuesday 14th January 2020 at 8pm, although the bar is open from 5pm for drinks and snacks. Entrance just £2.00. Allenburys […]

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Home by Sarah Outen, touring the UK now

Home by Sarah Outen, touring the UK now

| October 18, 2019

Home is an extreme travel adventure with a warm heart, as adventurer Sarah Outen traverses the world, solo, by kayak, bike & an ocean-proof rowing boat.   Home is touring now, in London and across the UK. Home by Sarah Outen Between 2011 and 2015 UK adventurer Sarah Outen traversed the globe. For her expedition […]

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Submarine hunting in the River Medway

Submarine hunting in the River Medway

| August 7, 2019

The creeks and saltmarshes of the tidal Medway hide many secrets, including the rusting hulk of a WW1 German submarine, abandoned here almost one hundred years ago. Searching for the submarine Access to this submarine isn’t easy. The Medway estuary is a wide expanse of mudflats, swept by fast moving tides. We went in search […]

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Exploring London’s Channelsea River

Exploring London’s Channelsea River

| July 18, 2019

The Channelsea River is a hidden tidal creek in East London. Discover a secret island and an oasis for urban wildlife! The Channelsea is one of the Bow Back Rivers, a series of man-made channels which date back to the 12th century. They were dug to drain the Stratford Marshes, now long gone and buried […]

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Kayaking around Canvey Island

Kayaking around Canvey Island

| May 23, 2019

A short sea kayaking adventure within easy reach of London A kayak circumnavigation of Canvey Island is a surreal experience, taking in big, estuarine seascapes, a massive gas refinery and wildlife-rich sea marshes. Get the tides wrong and you’ll also encounter lots of mud. Canvey Island is located about 40 miles east of London, an […]

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