Membership of Goring Gap Boat Club is open to all and we always welcome new members.
When you first come to the club, fill in the online membership form.
Full use of club facilities and equipment. Members can bring their own equipment e.g. paddle boards, canoes. Our full membership fee is £150 per year.
Under 18’s are allowed down at the club, however they must be supervised by a parent or legal guardian at all times. It is not acceptable for the parent/guardian to leave their child on the bank while they go rowing. Children between the ages of 13-17 can join the club as junior members and can row if accompanied by their parent/guardian in the boat. We accept the policies and procedures relating to child protection, as set out by British Rowing and require all members to accept them. Our junior membership fee is £75 per year.
Students under the age of 23 with a student card can take advantage of a reduced membership fee of £75 per year.
Our ethos all about inclusivity. We want to get as many people as possible enjoying the river. We offer a reduced full annual membership fee of £75 per year to those in receipt of a means tested state benefit, e.g. pension credit or universal credit. Please let the membership secretary know that you qualify.
Fun Boat Membership
People who do not wish to row in fine boats but who are interested in using our fun boats can pay a membership fee of £75 per year. Fun boats members may not bring their own equipment to the club.
Sculling boat racking is available at the new boathouse.
Complete the appropriate GGBC direct debit mandate:
- Full adult rowing membership at £150 per year
- Full junior & student membership at £75 per year
- Funboats membership at £75 per year
Direct debit is a very safe way to pay as you are protected by the Direct Debit Guarantee. You can cancel your direct debit at any time by notifying your bank or building society.
We will notify you by email before each debit.
Donating to GGBC through Gift Aid means we can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give.
To make this easy, please use our JustGiving page.
If you would prefer to donate directly, contact email@example.com and we can send you bank details.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I bring guests?
- Yes. Rowing guests can attend twice before they must become members. Non-rowing guests are welcome to come with members, but we ask for a £5 JustGiving donation per person per visit.
- Can I launch my own paddleboard/canoe/etc?
- Only full, junior or student members can bring their own equipment. Fun boats members cannot bring their own equipment.
Our Members Handbook is published annually online.
We ask that all members read the handbook as it contains important information about safety and our club rules.