Bookable rowing sessions are organised by our skippers who are ordinary members of the club and published on our booking page.If no sessions are showing that means no skippers are available. If you’d like to get out on the river more often why not become a skipper?

We try to run open sessions on Saturdays and / or Sundays but this is dependent on skipper availability.  Check the booking page to see when sessions are running.

Rowing Schedule & booking

Notification of new sessions & club activities

To receive immediate notification whenever new club events (rowing sessions, litter pick, maintenance etc) are created go to our booking page on Eventbrite and click the ‘follow’ button. You will asked to create an Eventbrite account which is free. Creating an account has some advantages, mainly that you won’t need to enter your details every time you book. This is the best way to be sure you’re kept in the loop.

After you’ve created an account go to Account settings and choose Email preferences. Under Notifications, tick the box When an organiser you follow announces a new event. Untick any boxes that don’t interest you.


All members are encouraged to participate in the club. As well and learning how to row and developing your technique you will be encouraged to learn basic boat handling and manoeuvring skills. The more members willing to become skippers the more rowing sessions we can enjoy.

How to become a skipper

You need to be confident and competent in handling the boat and managing crews with varying levels of experience. Read more

Cancellation policy

Rowing is a crew activity. If you don’t show up you are letting down your fellow crew members and denying members on the waiting list a chance to row.
If you have to cancel please, out of courtesy towards fellow members, let the skipper know as soon as possible so that your place can be offered to someone else. The best way is to email
The club reserves the right to suspend temporarily any member who persistently fails to turn up.

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