Join Chesterton Rowing Club
Beginners will be trained sufficiently in training boats to be able to row safely when put into an eight, and are often able to race within a few outings.
We train our own rowers from scratch using a Mondego tub pair and a Kayell training scull.
Outings are generally coached, even for beginners. This leads to rapid development and helps rowers avoid faults which can be difficult to overcome when habits have become ingrained.
Chesterton RC is affiliated to British Rowing and to the Cambridgeshire Rowing Association
The club is active socially as well as for rowing, and although we don't have our own boathouse or club house, Chesterton rowers can usually be found enjoying a drink together after outings.
We currently do not offer training for Junior Rowers (under the age of 18), look into some of the other town clubs here, if you are looking for a Junior training program.
|Membership Type||Description||Cost||Experience Level|
|Learn to Row||Includes 3 months membership, after this period you maybe invited to join and pay the membership fee for the remainder of the year (£192pa pro-rata).||£80||Beginner|
|Full 1 Year Membership||Due 1st January. An option to pay the annual fee monthly for a £1 premium per month (£17 per month) maybe given at the discretion of the club treasurer.||£205|
|Bumps Membership||Occasionally non-members may join us to row Bumps. The fee for this is agreed annually. But is usually equivalent to 3-months of the annual fee.||£50 (current Dec 14)|
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