Finally after 6 months of flooding and lockdown, we are back on the water. Unfortunately we are still very restricted.
We cannot restart club sessions or have events or social gatherings.
Only the following are allowed:
Private singles, doubles or canoes Club singles Club boats with all rowers from the same household
We are considering ways of getting more members on the water within
British Rowing’s current COVID-19 guidelines.
We are sad to report that John Fawthrop passed away last Sunday.
John was always smiling and a pleasure to be around. He gave a lot to the club and the regatta over many years.
We were extremely fortunate to have John’s experience, composure and competence as treasurer for five years.
John rowed at Tiffin School and Kingston Rowing Club. After that he was one of the
founders of Warwick University Boat Club. Later he rowed at London Rowing Club.
A true gentleman. He will be sorely missed.
We will pass on the details of the memorial service.
British Rowing sent out advice saying:
British Rowing advises that all Affiliated Clubs should cease all club-based activity as soon as reasonably possible tonight and not reopen tomorrow until further notice. This advice will be reviewed, on an ongoing basis, in line with Government guidance.
Therefore we have decided to shutdown the boathouse
completely until further notice.
Given the latest government advice about the COVID-19 pandemic, the committee have to announce a partial shut-down of rowing activities.
British Rowing has announced that it is cancelling or postponing all its supported events until at least the end of April. We have cancelled the Mad March Dash and the next Learn to Row course.
Until further notice we are running no club sessions, events or social gatherings
We are still allowing:
Private boats Club singles Doubles and pairs of people in the same household Rowing machine sessions
We will review the situation constantly.
Please contact the
club chair if you have questions.