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Cygnet Rowing Club
on the Tideway since 1890
CSSC Sports and Leisure

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Cygnets, 38 Hamhaugh Island, Shepperton, Surrey TW17 9LP
Note: the postcode covers the whole of Hamhaugh Island




The Bungalow is not an easy place to find and can only be approached on foot or by boat. There is no vehicular access.

On foot
At Shepperton Lock, cross the lock gate at the up-river end of the lock. There is a brown painted gate in the right hand corner marked 'No unauthorised Access'. Go through this gate and follow the path through the woods and over the weir until you come to a large black metal double gate. Go through this gate and Cygnets is No. 38, the second gate on the left hand side, before the path opens out onto the green.

By boat
If you know there is somebody already at the bungalow, then go to the hard at Weybridge Ladies ARC, on the corner of Walton Lane/Thames Street and either phone that friend or shout "lugger, lugger" at the top of your voice and somebody will come and pick you up.

By train
The nearest station is Shepperton. Services run from Waterloo every 30 minutes and the trip takes about 50minutes. From Shepperton is it approximately a 30 minute walk to the bungalow, via Shepperton Lock.

Services also run from Waterloo to Weybridge and there are four train per hour which take between 30 - 40 minutes. From Weybridge it is approximately a 45 minute walk but you will be on the wrong side of the river and will require a boat to finally access the bungalow (see above).

By car
There is a small car park at Shepperton Lock. From here you will have to complete your journey on foot, via the lock. Trollies are available on the Island to help ferry large amounts of kit or supplies.

There is also a car park adjacent to Weybridge Ladies ARC but that is on the far side of the river and a boat will be required to reach the bungalow.

By bus
Shepperton is serviced by bus routes 400, 438, 458, 555 and 557
Weybridge is serviced by bus routes 451, 459 and 461

Over the lock gate
Through the small brown gate
Over the weir
Through the big black gates
Through the garden gate