Rowing is a great way to get fit and have fun. As a member of our club you can decide whether you want an occasional social row or train on a regular basis in order to row competitively or help improve your fitness.
LEARN TO ROW
If you want to learn to row or want to take up rowing again come along to a taster session. Join us for up to 3 taster sessions before deciding whether you wish to continue and become a member of the club. Taster sessions are generally run on a Sunday at 10am and are free but a donation to help club funds would be appreciated.
We recommend you wear layers of clothing, nothing to bulky or restrictive, and tracksuit bottoms or sport leggings/shorts. Bring a waterproof/windproof jacket and cyclist gloves, if you have a pair. You will get your feet wet getting in and out of the gig so we suggest a pair of waterproof shoes with a sturdy sole or old pair of trainers. In the winter many of our rowers wear wellington boots.
Don’t forget to bring some water it is important that you keep yourself hydrated.
To arrange a taster session or for further information contact email@example.com
These session can be arranged by any club member. But are generally held on a Sunday at 11 am.
TRAINING SESSIONS (Winter)
Winter training is held over the weekend as follows:
Mens Rowing 10 or 11 am Saturday on the water alternating with Ladies rowing and 6 pm Monday and Wednesday evenings in the gym.
Ladies Rowing 11 or 10 am Saturday on the water alternating with Mens rowing and 6 pm Tuesday and Thursday in the gym.
Juniors 10 am Saturday on the water and 5 pm Tuesday in the gym.
Social Rowing 11 am on Sunday.
Novice Rowing 10 am Sunday
These days and times change during the summer months when we can get out on the water in the evenings.