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  • Further COVID-19 updates

    23rd July 2020

    There have been regular COVID-19 updates from BR in the last month or so. We haven't published them as frankly you have better things to do with your time but the latest version (5) is more significant as it points towards a return to crew rowing – hurrah!  All the updates (as well as other advice) are available on the British Rowing website and via social media this document will give you a flavour of the hoops the clubs (and indeed all sports) are having to jump thorough as we slowly head back towards some semblance 'normality'. Enjoy! ...

  • Seal of approval

    21st July 2020

    They're a friendly bunch up at Isleworth – perhaps a bit too friendly! Credit to Robin for the video (and for staying afloat) ...

  • New(ish) Captaincy

    15th July 2020

    A new Captaincy was elected at last night's OGM. An easy process as there no other candidates to challenge. Cristabal Cabrera • Captain, returning for a third consecutive year in the hot seat Sam Sears • Deptuy Captain, also returning for a third year Martin Drage • Vice Captain, the new...

  • Bungalow news

    29th June 2020

    Good news for the bungalow. With lifting of some government restrictions, the Bung will again be open for guests use from 5th July and there isn't a free week until after sculling camp in September!  Anyone staying at the bungalow must strictly adhere to government and club guidelines...

  • Boathouse Security - Update

    28th June 2020

    Following a brace of burglaries back in February, Boathouse security has been improved. Door have been repaired, the vulnerable bar fire-door converted to a more secure thee-point lock (as per the fire-door in Ladies changing room), boathouse ground-floor door lock repaired, CCTV installed in the...

  • A Sculler's Dream

    28th June 2020

    With (effectively) only single sculls or same-household small boats currently allowed on the river, the Tideway has been a dream for the last few weeks. Great weather and no coaching launches have made for the sort of glassy smooth water that most scullers can only dream of. It can't last so make...

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  • June Newsletter

    12th June 2020

    June Newsletter: Cancelled events, Lockdown life, "A Boathouse to call our own" ...

  • Boathouse Improvements

    3rd June 2020

    They often say that whilst the sun is shining we should be making hay, so whilst they are no rowers the Exec. intend to begin some renovation to the Boathouse – but we need your help. The committee have been hard at work behind the scenes to get scullers on the water and the ergs distributed to...

  • Road access to the Boathouse

    21st May 2020

    You may be aware that the traffic team is undertaking a number of emergency transport measures as part of the Council’s response to the Covid-19 crisis, more information on which can be found via the link below. The measures being undertaken are to improve public safety on our road network,...

  • Return to Sculling, Pahse A/B, update 18th May

    17th May 2020

    16.00 Dear All, Thank you everyone who has been involved for your hard work. Outing in singles can take place from tomorrow, Monday 18th May. The boathouse is prepared with hand washing stations and the launches have been moved into the Shed so that the singles house in the boat house can be...

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