The details of our forthcoming taster sessions for those looking to start competitive rowing with our senior men's and women's squads are here:
Please read the instructions carefully!
Photos from the event are available here.
The results for the York Spring Regatta 2016 is now available on the events page.
Our 2016 learn to row taster sessions will take place in July and August.
We expect a very strong "Olympic effect" and will be running taster sessions first, with options for learn to row after this.
At the moment, we are not able to provide exact dates and times, and are not maintaining a list of enquiries as this will all be linked together when we are ready to publicise and launch. You will then be able to book and pay for your taster session online. The cost will be £10 for the taster sessions and we expect to be having the system set up to accept bookings during June.
So please check back then! Do not email us as your message will tumble into some kind of terrible, yawningly black abyss of lostness.
If you are an existing rower with experience, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Details for the York Spring Regatta are now available on the event page. 1000m downstream from Clifton to Lendal. Entries via BROE.
The Yorkshire Head 2016 was cancelled again due to flooding. Our next open event will be the York Spring Regatta on Saturday 30th April 2016. Details of the event will be available nearer the time.
Due to the environment agency updating their website, the webcam page which normally looks at the Viking recorder and tells you how many steps are showing is currently not accurate.
While we sort this out, you can access the correct data here
Now the waters have gone down, the task of cleaning up will begin on Sunday 3rd Jan at 9am
Bacon sandwiches for volunteers!
It's obviously been an eventful week in York over Christmas. Compared to many private properties who suffered significant flooding, we have little to complain about really. Both boathouses flooded with the main site around a metre deep in the boat bays. Thanks to prompt action on Boxing Day, all boats are safe.
The club will reopen for business as soon as possible and members will be contacted regarding the cleanup event.