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JULY 23 - A Learn to Row Course by and for young women (18+).
Places available-apply NOW!

A Learn to Row course specifically by and for young women (18+) who want to get strong, make friends, and are looking for a new sport to excel in. On the course, you will be taught safe rowing technique and how to row in a crew boat, with the aim of racing as a team at the end of the summer and going on to train and compete with our senior women’s squad in 2024. 

The course will be primarily based on the River Dee, with some sessions in the gym in our clubhouse on Dee Lane. The cost is £150 per person for 8 sessions over 4 weeks, from 10th July-4th August. Training sessions will be Monday and Friday evenings from 6-8pm.  Click HERE and complete the form to register an interest.

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General Adult Learn to Row,
all ages from 16+.

SORRY, our main summer 23 course is full but were taking application for a future course waiting list.  Next Courses are likely in Spring ‘24 (warm weather helps …!) -- please register your interest and share with us a little bit about yourself, using this link, click HERE.    


Future Courses will likely be 8 sessions, max. 12 attendees, Monday & Friday, over 4 weeks, minimum age 16.  Courses cover the basics of rowing and equipment and will prioritise time on the water.  The training builds up to a nail-biting race on the last session No prior experience is required but it helps to have a good base of fitness, flexibility, balance and aptitude to learn and refine a new sequence - any relevant health conditions should be advised.

NEW!!!   Learn to Cox summer course - 3 Places NOW - 14+

Most rowers, sooner or later, depend on a ‘Cox’.   Beyond steering and basic commands, these highly competent individuals bring a vital difference to a crew’s training and race performance through excellent leadership and motivation skills (ie bossy, just in a good way!), helping each rower to be the best they can be on the day!  Take a look at these links to get an idea of how they make the difference HERE and also HERE.

If you're interested (or would be happy to undertake a Coxing role leading up to your Learn to Row course), we'll train you and give you guidance with our more experienced crews - in return, we'll invite you to join our indoor land training program where you'll also learn the basics of the stroke and work on your fitness (NOTE - initially, 3 places available).

For comfort and weight capacity in a boat, most coxes are  ‘compact’ - mostly under 60kg and less than 5’6” - believe me, it’s not worth squeezing in if you don’t fit!    And, coxes join for free, yes, FREE! (- if you start rowing, you revert to paying the normal rate).  IF YOU'RE INTERESTED, PLEASE CONTACT US on (or, refer a friend).

[Psst!   - If you already have prior Coxing or Rowing experience, and want to develop your skills, and want to develop in the sport, please contact us via our ‘Contact Us’ link on our Home page, HERE.

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