A short video explaining where all the equipment lives in the boathouse. This is once all covid restrictions have ceased.
I know many of us, myself included, struggle to attach and remove the straps from the boat. Here is a short video explaining how to do it, plus the differences in the anchor points of the small and large trailers.
From March 29th organised sport is once more allowed and a club row is being organised for Tuesday 30th – a crew shout has been emailed to all members. We will be rowing on the river with crews of three. … Read moreResuming Rowing 30th March 2021
After a successful trial run and beach launch of a full crew, a new Covid Procedure has been published on the website, on the Important Documents page. It is quite detailed, but in practice should only take an extra 10… Read moreResuming Rowing with Full Crew
In line with the current easing of lockdown regulations, we are pleased to announce that a very limited resumption of rowing is now possible. During the lockdown we developed a Covid Plan, which included a procedure document for operating our… Read moreBack on the water
We are the proud winners of the 2019 Annual Sports Awards – Club of the year. We were presented with our trophy by the Duke of Northumberland at the Alnwick Playhouse on Thursday. A remarkable achievement. Recognition for the WHOLE… Read moreAlnwick and District Sports Council – CLUB OF THE YEAR
Lots going on at Alnmouth today. Cox training. Get in touch if you fancy joining us ..great way to blow away the January cobwebs.
Coxes training session. Want to get involved? Contact Dave Foote.
It was a great row if a little blowy and far too unpredictable on the sea. Bring on rowing in 2020!
Fab day for a row round Coquet island. There were loads of seals and the 2 crews and passengers had a great time.