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Training Times

Rowing is one of the finest forms of exercise for all round fitness, suited equally to men and women.  We welcome rowers and scullers of all ages and abilities, from complete beginners interested in learning to row, to experienced rowers looking for a club. 
Its never too late to start !  For info on free introductory sessions (see home page)

(Until mid December please contact Chris Pine re Sunday and Richard Brookes re Saturday sessions (contacts page) .

Regular Club Rowing sessions:

Wimbleball lake (meet at Boathouse): Thursdays

6.15pm

(Apr-Sept only)

Saturdays

(all year)

2.00 - 4.00 pm

Sunday -

(until further notice ) 
12 - 2pm & 2 - 4pm mainly (but not only) for beginners. See home page for any late changes.

Winter Land / Circuit training : Tues: tbc Thursdays : Kingsmead School 7.00 - 8.00 pm (£3.50 pp to cover hall hire etc.)

(Occasionally – mainly at times of high winds - water conditions on the Lake may lead to outings having to be cancelled;  if unsure , check with boat captain, secretary or chairman (contacts page) – before setting off to the Lake)

What to wear : Comfortable,  flexible clothes, e.g. Tight fitting top, and shorts, or tracksuit . Bring spare clothes in case you get wet!!  Be preared for colder winter weather approaching. Note:  For safety reasons you need to be able to swim 100 metres in kit.

Membership:
If after some introductory sessions you decide to join the club – details of membership and membership application forms are available here

Cap-size drills 21st Oct. 2012 : Will take place at Wellington School from 10 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.  All members who have not previously undertaken this drill should attend.  It is important that you all know what to do if you or someone else capsizes.   Wellington School pool is on the main school site, not in the sports centre.  If you are coming from the A38, follow the road into Wellington .  You will come to a staggered cross roads with traffic lights, turn left into South Street and the school is on your right hand side.  The swimming pool is the building on the far side of the sports pitch.  Please wear light clothing like you would normally row in.  Each person will practise a capsize and do a swimming test consisting of, swimming 100m in light clothing, swimming approximately one width under water and treading water for 5 minutes.  You do not need to be there for the entire session, once you have completed your assessment.

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