Updated: Aug 18
SEAS participants James Edwards and Stephen Eaton have gained their British Canoeing Paddle Start Awards for their prowess on the water. SEAS Training Officer Karl Midlane said “James and Stephen have put a lot of hard work into training and practising. Their awards recognise their hard work and the standards that they have achieved in their sport”. SEAS Operations Director Jon Gammon said “Everyone at SEAS is rightly proud of James and Stephen. Their training has given them confidence and the ability to gain their awards which recognise their progression and achievement”. Anglesey MP Virginia Crosby said "Many congratulations to James and Stephen for winning these awards. I am a huge fan of SEAS and all it does for disabled people on the island”.
SEAS is funded by grants and donations to enable us to help disabled people, their families and carers achieve more – together. Both James father, Mark, and Stephen’s father, Phil are volunteers at SEAS and they have watched James and Phil progression with the training SEAS has provided. They are justly proud of what their sons have achieved.