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  • Happy New Year

    31st December 2021

    Good afternoon Cygnets, this is your Captain speaking I very much hope many of your have had a peaceful and festive Christmas with your loved ones with a well earned break from work and training and I hope without much Covid related disruption to your plans. As we approach the end of 2021...

  • Glad Tidings from the Captain

    24th December 2021

    Dear all, As we rapidly approach Christmas Day, I wanted to offer you and yours all best wishes for a very happy and healthy festive season. The Cygnet family stretches far and wide these days, so wherever you are, a very Merry Christmas to one and all. May your stockings be filled with...

  • Fours Heads & Remembrance weekend

    14th November 2021

    A busy weekend at the Civil Service boathouse as we hosted crews from all over the country for both Fours and Vet Fours Heads. The weather played ball (for a change) which helped but all was calm and very well organised for the first race back after last year's wash-out. ...

  • Malcolm Burman

    15th September 2021

    It is with a heavy heart that we have to report that Malcolm Burman, a long-standing Cygnet member and one of our Honorary Examiners, passed away this morning. "Big Malc", as he was affectionately know, was contemporary of the Chairman and many others within our veteran...

  • Autumn Sculling Camp

    14th September 2021

    Absolutely fantastic to be back at our upriver training facility (aka The Bung) for sculling camp last weekend. A weekend of doing what we do best...Friends enjoying our upstream retreat with lots of sculling, catching up in the sun and on (in) the water, and the occasional beer or...

  • Club day

    30th August 2021

    Hot on the heels of the Cygnet End of Season do, we also held our traditional Club Day event, in conjunction with BBLRC, on Bank Holiday Monday.  Some racing was done. Some prizes were presented. A good time was had by all. And guess what...some beer was consumed!  ...

  • End of Season do

    28th August 2021

    In a change to our usual End of Season event at a local hostelry, a 'Beer Festival' and Hog Roast were instead enjoyed on the boathouse lawn over the weekend. However, one tradition that didn't change were the club awards which this year were presented to... Congratulations to...

  • ATTENTION! Barnes Bridge Arch Closure

    23rd August 2021

    The north/inshore/#1 arch of Barnes Bridge will be closed to navigation for significant periods from Tuesday 23rd August. This closure is due the installation of the foot bridge under the arch. Full details are in the Current Safety Notices here. This is obviously going to have a big...

  • Boathouse closure

    22nd July 2021

    Urgent notice from the Boathouse Executive: the Civil Service Boathouse will be closed tomorrow Friday 23 July. There will be significant activity and filming on site, with no access for members. Apologies for the late notice and any disruption but the clubs will be compensated for the...

  • Hammersmith Bridge re-opens

    15th July 2021

    Hammersmith Bridge re-opens - for both river traffic, cyclists and pedestrians.  Full details on our Current Safety Notices page but in summary; The bridge control lights display two signals; green arrow and a red X The green arrow means the bridge is open and there are no...

  • Busy weekend of racing and rowing

    3rd July 2021

    Racing... Upriver On Chiswick Reach some racing and huge congratulations to our golden sculler Ross bringing home the goods once again. A thoroughly well deserved wins and another pot to savour.  Hats off to the 4+ and 2x racing crews too, some more solid racing experience working towards...

  • Off to the races

    8th June 2021

    Finally, this weekend we went to our first event after almost two years - the Sunday of Peterborough Spring. It felt sooo nice to race again with great weather ideal conditions, fantastic atmosphere, ice cream ... but my goodness how long did 1 kilometre feel! Morning races for the 4+ (Megan,...

  • FCDO Globalmile

    22nd May 2021

    Cygnet RC does the FCDO Globalmile On Saturday 15th May, Cygnet Rowing Club celebrated its links and history with the Civil Service by joining in with a truly global relay as part of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development (FCDO) Globalmile event. A racing crew completed a mile course as...

  • Hammersmith Bridge update - 20th May

    20th May 2021

    The message below is from the TRRC. There is also a notice about the new lights on Hammersmith Birdge in the Current Safety Notices section of this website As many of you know Hammersmith Bridge is a critical issue for all our Tideway clubs and events. We wanted to update you on what has...

  • Return to rowing - Step 3

    18th May 2021

    British Rowing have updated their guidance to reflect some of the details now provided by the Government in relation to Step 3 of their Spring 2021 COVID-19 Response, which comes into effect on 17th May. A further update is expected around 21st June. DOWNLOAD THE GUIDANCE - v.12 updated 15th May...

  • May Newsletter

    9th May 2021

    May Newsletter: Back on the water, new committee, Hammersmith & Barnes Bridges. ...

  • Return to rowing - update

    9th April 2021

    British Rowing have updated their guidance to reflect some of the details now provided by the Government in relation to Step 2 of their Spring 2021 COVID-19 Response, which comes into effect on 12 April DOWNLOAD THE GUIDANCE - v.11.2 updated 8th April 2021 ...

  • Back on the Tideway!

    2nd April 2021

    We. Are. Back.  First post lockdown outing and first outing of the year. Great to see big smiles and burning glutes back in the VIII, as training and life on the Tideway is underway once more.  We are Cygnet. Row on. Come join us? Click here for more details ...

  • Return to Rowing

    25th March 2021

    From Monday, 29 March - clubs will be able to reopen their doors and return to rowing. We've updated our guidance to reflect these changes and provide rowing specific guidance to you and your club. There will still be some restrictions in place as we move through each of the steps in the...

  • February BR's Covid roadmap

    24th February 2021

    Subject to ongoing advice and possible changes, here is the latest from British Rowing based on the recent Government announcement regarding the Covid-19 roadmap and easing of lockdown restrictions. There is light at the end of the tunnel but please be patient. ...

  • January Lockdown 3 BR Advice

    5th January 2021

    Advice from British Rowing to all clubs following the new Government guidelines issued on Monday 4th January 2021. Tonight the Prime Minister announced nationwide restrictions in light of rising numbers of COVID-19 cases across the country due to come into effect immediately (and into law...

  • 2020/21 Annual Report

    1st January 2021

    2020/21 Annual Report ...

  • The captain's 2020 retrospective

    28th December 2020

    The year didn't start well, with most of the main Head Races cancelled due to weather conditions, as storm after storm battered the country. We couldn't have guessed things would or could get a lot worse... ...

  • December Tier 4 Covid advice

    21st December 2020

    Advice from British Rowing to all clubs following the new Government guidelines issued on Saturday 19th December. (Updated 23/12) Following Saturday's announcement of new Tier 4 restrictions, we are now able to confirm that the impact on rowing is largely as originally published. In particular,...

  • December Newsletter

    17th December 2020

    December Newsletter: More cancelled events, More Lockdown life, Hammersmith Bridge, Remembering David Webb and Greg Steene ...

  • November COVID-19 Update

    5th November 2020

    Latest advice/guidelines from British Rowing outlining their understand of how the second national Lockdown affects club rowing and training. Essentially, the message is that all club activity is suspended until the 2nd of December. Sadly this means that both the boathouse and The Shed will be...

  • Cleaning the Thames

    19th September 2020

    The PLA have launched a new website Cleaning the Thames to encourage more litter removal across the foreshore of the Thames. Connecting volunteers with events across the tidal Thames will maximise the potential and impact of litter removal.  If any club members are interested in helping...

  • Club day

    6th September 2020

    With the ongoing virus restrictions, both rowing and social events are extremely hard to organise and are subsequently rather thin-on-the-ground. However with a facility such as our secluded little garden the clubs were able to organise our traditional, late-season Club day, albeit with...

  • August COVID-19 update

    15th August 2020

    As of 15th August we are able to move to Phase E of British Rowing's "Return to Rowing" policy. This means  that as well as single sculls, mixed household crews are also permitted in II seat and IV seat boats, both coxed and coxless. VIIIs are still not permitted and neither are on-water...

  • Hammersmith Bridge Closed

    14th August 2020

    Hammersmith Bridge is closed to both pedestrians and navigation until further notice. Full details in our Current Safety Notices ...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Phasing a return to rowing, update 15th May

    15th May 2020

    19.30 Dear all, Further to the Government announcing on Monday that we are now allowed to do more, and different exercise, and the notification from British Rowing that rowing clubs can now allow single scullers on the Tideway; the PLA has lifted restrictions on recreational use of the river. ...

  • COVID-19 advice, update 13th May

    13th May 2020

    21.30 Dear club members,  Both club committees and the Boathouse Executive have met in the last 24 hours, to thrash-out how we can facilitate people going sculling within the parameters of social distancing and keeping everyone safe and healthy.  Just when we were ready, things...

  • British Rowing COVID-19 update, 12th May

    12th May 2020

    Following the publication of the UK Government's COVID-19 recover strategy on 11th May, British Rowing has updated its advice to our Affiliated Clubs and Events and detailed the rationale behind these decisions. The UK Government yesterday (11th May) published its strategy for...

  • Rowing lockdown: Monday updates

    11th May 2020

    09.00 Dear all, I hope this email finds you and your family all well, and free from nasty viruses.  Following yesterday's update by the Prime Minister, the committee are keeping an eagle eye on the recommendations due soon from both British Rowing/TRRC and the PLA/EA. For now, none of...

  • TRRC Current advice and future return to rowing

    4th May 2020

    Dear TL6 Clubs, I hope that you and your members are well in what is without doubt one of the most challenging times for rowing that we have ever experienced. I wanted to write to you with regards to some of the activity the TRRC is undertaking. I have had a number of emails from...

  • Revamped Website

    14th April 2020

    As you can see, we have revamped our website! It's now much easier to navigate, especially on a phone, and we like to think, more pleasing on the eye. Please have a nose round the site and if you spot an error, find a broken link or have any other feedback, please contact the Website Admin. ...

  • LOCKDOWN!

    25th March 2020

    LOCKDOWN!  Due to the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, all club activity is suspended until further notice. The captain and committee are monitoring the advice from the government, British Rowing, PLA and other agencies and will be in touch if and when restrictions are relaxed. ...

  • PLA Notice 6 of 2020: COVID-19 Restrictions

    24th March 2020

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  • British Rowing COVID-19 Advice

    21st March 2020

    Following the latest government advice, we have updated our advice in relation to coronavirus (COVID-19). As the advice is particularly pertinent for you as a club and/or event, we wanted to share it directly with you. The situation continues to change frequently but we will do our best to keep...

  • Boathouse closure - UPDATE

    17th March 2020

    19th March Dear all, In consultation with the boathouse and club captain the situation is as follows: In these situations it's always been the case that the safest/healthiest option gets the preference. In this case that would be closing the boathouse, especially because this is a growing...

  • Spread the word, nothing else

    5th March 2020

    The info. below was originally distributed by BBLRC and has also been circulated by the Cygnet Captain. All good advice but it shouldn't come as new to you. We've always advocated keeping kit washed-down, both in the boat house and in The Shed. The advice is also no to come training if you're ill...

  • Boathouse Break-in II

    27th February 2020

    Another week, another break-in at the boathouse. Police have been and security is being stepped-up - but these things take a little time to implement. Clear-up party at 18.00 tonight (Thursday 27th) if you are able to make it. ...

  • Boathouse break in

    14th February 2020

    We have had a break in at the boathouse over night (Thursday/Friday). Cash and a few small bits were taken from inside but apparently nothing much else. However, more seriously, the trailer towing vehicle was also taken. The police are looking into the matter and the boathouse captain, with...

  • Happy Birthday!

    12th February 2020

    Happy Birthday to us, happy birthday to us... Cygnet RC is 130 years old today. Obviously we're going out to celebrate this evening with a few birthday drinkies in YWH and everyone is welcome. Find out more about the last 130 years here Cygnet History and here Historic Photo Archive or if you...

  • January newsletter

    20th January 2020

    January newsletter: Naming Noel, Remembering Stan, "Wally's Rowing Alphabet" ...

  • 2019/20 Annual Report

    1st January 2020

    2019/20 Annual Report ...

  • Happy New Year!

    31st December 2019

    Rounding off 2019 and the twenty-teens for Cygnet, what a year, what a decade. Our top nine for the year tell the story well, plenty of rowing, lots of friends, an erg or two and some great times both on and off the water. This is why we row. Thanks to all our tideway friends and especially...

  • Noel Davison boat naming

    22nd December 2019

    On Sunday 22nd Deember we were delighted to name the latest addition to our fleet - a new Jano VIII which is named for the late, great Noel Davison. It was fantastic that Noel's wife Eleanor was able to do the honours by wasting some champagne in his memory! ...

  • Christmas wishes from the Social Sec.

    21st December 2019

    Dear all With the festive season now fast approaching, I wanted to briefly wish you all a very happy Christmas and New Year. My thanks to all who have joined the social events from Barnes Bridge and Cygnet during the course of 2019 to make the boathouse and beyond such a vibrant and friendly...

  • Scullers Head

    7th December 2019

    Good Weather conditions for a well-known tough course. Congratulations to all the scullers who participated, especially the "newbies" Rupert and Mustafa.  344 CYG - Sears 24:25 333 CYG - Piguet 24:35 491 CYG - Du Parc Braham 25:14 (Adjusted - 24:15) 366 CYG - Bailey 25:25 359 CYG - Ozyurt...

  • Rhine Marathon

    6th October 2019

    Another year, another pilgrimage to Dusseldorf for the beer Rhine Marathon. Two crews entered but only one winner - sculling. ...

  • September newsletter

    29th September 2019

    September Newsletter: Rembering Geordie, Henley Lunch details, "The passing of the Old Guard" ...

  • Autumn Sculling Camp

    22nd September 2019

    Some glorious weather for the second of our bi-annual trip to our upriver facility in Weybridge for Sculling Camp  ...

  • Ian Stephenson

    30th August 2019

    It is with great sadness that Cygnet RC reports the death of Ian Stephenson (a.k.a. Geordie), who died on 30th August following a long and hard-fought battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 53. Although he finished his rowing career at Quintin and also rowed at Curlew, Geordie put in a long shift...

  • VIII+ for sale

    20th August 2019

    We are selling one of our VIIIs (with a set of blades) to make way for a new boat. Full details, including who to contact, can be found here ...

  • St. Neots Regatta

    31st July 2019

    Silverware alert!  Congratulations to Ross Stewart for the first  pot of the season in the Masters A/B single sculls over 500m on Sunday. St. Neots has often been a happy hunting ground but no joy for the Development 8+ and 4+ despite some hard fought racing. The weather...

  • June newsletter

    30th June 2019

    June Newsletter: Remembering Peter Jeffs, Henley Peace Regatta ...

  • Barnes & Mortlake Regatta

    17th June 2019

    Barnes & Mortlake Regatta. No silverware alas, with both the Open 4+ and 1x being beaten in their heats by the eventual winners of both events. Competitive performances by both crews though and proud to be representing the club at local Tideway Regattas ...

  • Updated Tideway Code

    12th June 2019

    The PLA has updated the Tideway Code and is essential reading for steers and coxswains but all active members should have a good understanding. This new edition combines the Rowing Code (Third edition 2015) with the Paddling Code (First edition 2017) and there are also new wall charts for both...

  • Peter Jeffs

    1st May 2019

    It is with great sadness that we report the death of Peter Jeffs on Thursday 25th April at the age of 88. Peter joined Cygnet in 1966 at the relatively late age of 36 having spent most of his youth playing football. Veteran rowing was still in its infancy at this time. Nonetheless, Peter joined...

  • April Newsletter

    28th April 2019

    April newsletter: This seasons fixtures and Committee, "One hundred year ago: reunion and rebuilding" ...

  • HoRR 2019

    3rd April 2019

    Cygnet HoRR 2019 VIII Anna (cox), Henrik, Niall, Martin, Eric, Bjarne, Mustafa, Rupert, Tom)  22:34.9 ...

  • Hammersmith Head

    3rd March 2019

    Hammersmith Head  CYG OP8+ Development 217 - 12:51.6 ( 7 of 11) Laurent (Cox), Bjarne, Vasil, Henrik, Eric, Rupert, Mustafa, Tom B, Ashley TSS/CYG OP Masters F8+ 242 - 13:07.4 (6) Featuring Stephen, Paul & Rhodri ...

  • 2018/19 Annual Report

    1st January 2019

    2018/19 Annual Report ...

  • November newsletter

    25th November 2018

    November newsletter: Flag Waggers, The Davidson Award, "From Rowers to Riflemen" & "Home Front" WWI Commemoration ...

  • In Remembrance

    9th November 2018

    Remembering those Cygnet members who fought and died during World War 1 in this, the centenary of Armistice Day. Click here to see our memorial piece "From Rowers to Riflemen" specially written for the occasion. Cygnet and BBRC also took part in the TRRC Blades of Remembrance at 11.00...

  • Last call for the Henley Lunch

    30th October 2018

    If you were thinking of coming to the Henley Lunch but haven't yet contacted Stuart, please do so by the end of this week. The reservation form can be found here ...

  • All in a good cause

    9th October 2018

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  • Pairs Head

    6th October 2018

    LONDON Wet, Wild, Windy, Matt couldn't describe it better. Congratulations to all CYG and BBL racing crews, for their results in these tough conditions; especially our Cyg 2x (Gareth and Simon), who missed the pennant by 0.7s. CYG Times: Pairs Head Results 201/ Open 2x Masters C...

  • Rhine Marathon

    6th October 2018

    DUSSELDORF: A few km away it was another story: Sunny, Dry, Warm conditions, a few waves and slow water so a little more effort than usual was required for the 43km row.  02:45:07 (Mike C, Nick W ,Tom B, Katy B & Fabien)  02:48:52 (Neil P, Cris C ,Anna C, Marj I and Tichel).  ...

  • September newsletter

    30th September 2018

    September newsletter: from the new Captain, remembering Noel and Barney, Henley lunch details ...

  • Flag Waggers

    17th September 2018

    Huge congratulations to Cygnets Stuart Gibbons (former captain and Henley Lunch organiser) and Charlie Pretzlik (former vice-captain and current RSA) who passed their final exams this weekend and are now fully-fledged British Rowing flag waggers, I mean Umpires. We look forward...

  • Barney Frith

    7th September 2018

    It's with great sadness that we have to report the loss of another of our veteran members, Barney Frith, who passed away on Tuesday. Barney had been suffering from Motor Neurone Disease.  Barney's funeral will take place on Tuesday 25th September at 11.45 at the Amersham Crematorium,...

  • End of Season Dinner

    3rd September 2018

    The End of Season Dinner is an informal event at which the new captain gets a chance to practice public speech a head of the Henley Lunch and everyone else gets a chance to practice their heckling.  It's also a chance for the active squad to let their hair down, have a few beers...

  • Oxford City Regatta

    19th August 2018

    The 'meatwaggon' strikes again as, in it's original line up, it take the Open 4+ at Oxford City Regatta. ...

  • July newsletter

    29th July 2018

    July newsletter: Bedtime reading, Naming Neil, "Stop press: Oily Rags row at Henley, 'Toggers' 90th Birthday ...

  • Call to arms!

    23rd July 2018

    Call to arms! Garden tidy-up Hi folks Jacqui Darling does a fabulous job of looking after our beautiful garden all year round but the weeds are growing like crazy and we need our club members to lend a hand to clear them. On Sunday 5th August there will be a group gardening session to clear as...

  • Noel Davison

    2nd July 2018

    It is with great sadness that Cygnet RC reports the death of Noel Davison, who died peacefully at home on 1st July following a long battle with cancer. He was 65. Noel joined Cygnet in the early 1970s, having recently moved to London as an Inland Revenue recruit. Having gone through the motions...

  • Richmond Amateur Regatta

    2nd July 2018

    It was a glorious sunshine-y day for Richmond Regatta  and the regatta was opened by a Novice 8+ contest between Cygnet and Kingston. Unfortunately for the boys in blue, their scratch Cygnet crew ended up on the wrong side of a 3ft verdict after 1250m of nail-biting side by side action. A...

  • Work at the Bungalow

    29th June 2018

    Between now and 7th July is a working period for general maintenance at the bungalow Any member and friend/s may visit, staying overnight if you wish, for free, providing you help with some work! Jobs include: cutting the hedge; cleaning the landing stage; trimming the bank; cleaning...

  • Glory, Glory

    11th June 2018

    Not content with messing about in fine boats, tub boats or Rhine boats, our LTR guru, sometime coxswain and vice-president Alan Cox has upped the game by having a go in a 'proper' sized rowing boat. Why they put the short bloke at stroke is anybody's guess! ...

  • Metropolitan Regatta

    2nd June 2018

    The 'Meatwagon' (Scott, Ian, Nick, Sam, Gigi) raced in Tier 3 and Tier 4 coxed-fours at Metropolitan Regatta on Saturday. Some tough racing against crews that would have registered as Senior and IM1 status under the old points system; Cygnet came fourth in their T3 heat, just missing out on a...

  • Bedtime reading

    31st May 2018

    Not to be outdone by Paul Rawkins' excellent "History of Cygnet RC", former captain Nick Bates has been hard at it editing "More Power - the story of Jurgen Grobler". The book is written by Hugh Matheson & Christopher Dodd and is published on 5th July. It will be available from Amazon...

  • Henley Friday

    29th May 2018

    Mrs Pat Sly, welcomes all Cygnet and BBLRC members and Friends to join her at Old Blades on Friday of Henley Royal Regatta, which falls on 6th July this year. Further details can be found here ...

  • Putney Town Regatta

    23rd May 2018

    Cygnet had just one boat entered into Putney Town Regatta this season, a Tier 3 novice IV+. No silverware alas but another encouraging performance from the novice squad, this time in the combo of Henrik, Mustafa, Rupert, Ashley, and Gigi (cox). They were outgunned in their heat by a very...

  • Dare we mention GDPR?

    22nd May 2018

    Well we have to I'm afraid. You should, by now, have received yet another GDPR email, this time from the Secretary, regarding your personal data and how it's used at Cygnet. Please do make the effort to reply. And in case you feel the need to double-check, it can all be found in the...

  • Borne Regatta

    12th May 2018

    More success for the 'Meat-cart' as they blast through two rounds to victory at Borne Regatta. It may have been our only victory of the day but great to see so many Cygnet crews racing in the regatta from new novices to old dogs in fours, eights, singles and quads. Roll-on Putney Town. ...

  • Neil Jackson boat naming

    12th May 2018

    During the luncheon interval at Borne Regatta we found time to name our newest addition to the fleet: a coxless four/quad now officially called the Neil Jackson.  Neil is a long-standing member and Cygnet vice-President whose contribution over the years has been considerable,...

  • Chiswick Regatta

    5th May 2018

    Early season silverware at Chiswick Regatta as the self-styled 'Meat-Cart' continue their form from last season with a Tier 1 victory in the sun at Chiswick Regatta. Congratulations chaps (and honorary chap Hannah). Special thanks also to Gareth for his super-subbing. Alway good to still be...

  • April newsletter

    29th April 2018

    April newsletter: This season's fixtures and Committee, "A little piece of history", "An Oarsman's Progress" ...

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