Always fancied having a go at Rowing?
Ever wondered how to get involved for fitness, friendship and fun?
The answers are all at the friendly Evesham Rowing Club.
The club welcomes new members from all age groups and has an active junior section for teenagers to try out the sport and get in to a friendly club which is professionally run and has produced past Olympic champions. With members from schoolboys and girls through to veterans you are welcome no matter what your age!
But there’s more to rowing that being on the water!
With a great social side based in our “Boathouse Bar” the fun and socialising continues after the rowing is over. Members can also get involved in hosting the local regattas and competitions at the club and will get the opportunity to visit many other clubs around the country to compete or just to cheer on their team mates.
Add to this the Dinner Dances and awards evenings and the ability to mix and meet with the other club members who may be from our active Tennis or Squash sections you can see that new friendships soon get formed here.
No matter what age or ability you will soon find your niche here, we offer “learn to row courses” for absolute beginners of any age so don’t be afraid to pop along and find out more and get yourself enrolled on the next course which are open to non-members. We are also recognised as leaders in teaching rowing to some less able members through our adaptive rowing section.
With modern boats and equipment and all year round land based training equipment our programme can keep members fit and active 7 days a week in all seasons.
To meet up and see what we offer to our members pop along to the club or you can call and make an appointment for a personal tour – you will be very welcome!
4km of river
Modern, well maintained fleet of boats suited to a wide range of athletes
Land training equipment, plus well-established summer/winter training programs
Rowing Crews at ERC
Our Men’s, Women’s, Junior’s and Masters squads cater for all levels of rowing ability, from experienced rowers who compete across both sweep and sculling, to members who row as a social activity.
The squads compete locally, regionally and nationally and in recent years have enjoyed success at a National level