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    6th January 2015

    Look out for the AHOY Oarsome Challenges crew as they head to the Ice Rink Canary Wharf on Thursday 8 January. They'll be running the "Ice to Water" prize draw and launching the #OarsomeSelfie campaign 2015. read more

  • 4th January 2015

    Fundraising to add an addtiional storey to the AHOY training building was given a huge boost in December 2014 with the news that the London Marathon Trust has approved a grant of £100,000. read more

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    12th December 2014

    Calling all runners – The AHOY Centre has one place available for the Virgin London Marathon on 26 April 2015 for a runner who will fundraise for the AHOY. read more

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    9th December 2014

    The AHOY Centre's volunteers celebrated their years achievements with a Christmas dinner and awards ceremony on Saturday 6th December with special guest speaker Elin Haf Davies. To find out who won the awards and see the pictures click on  read more

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    2nd December 2014

    Take advantage of a special AHOY discount and skate beneath the soaring towers of Canary Wharf. With London's only skate path, the Canary Wharf rink comprises almost 1100 square metres of ice, making it one of the largest outdoor rinks in the capital. Read on to find out how to get 10% off standard ticket... read more

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    30th November 2014

    While you're planning your Christmas shopping, it's a good time of year to think of others less fortunate. 'Giving Tuesday' is one day when you can make a real difference to others by donating to charity – and of course The AHOY Centre would love you to make your donation to support its work with... read more

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We've always believed in AHOY and have held it up as one of the best we have encountered. Sailing is somehow unique in capturing young people’s imagination, perhaps in a way that football, rugby and the other usual sports don't…

Rick Allard – Safer London Foundation