Lewes Rowing Club
Sailing, Powerboats, Canoeing and Rowing
(photo credits: Jon Rigby)
AGM DATE AND CLUBHOUSE PROJECT
The committee proposes to hold this year's Annual General Meeting on the afternoon of Saturday June 26, at the club premises in the open air (for covid reasons) if weather permits or indoors if necessary. We plan to follow the AGM with a social event -- ideally a barbecue (again, weather permitting) -- so members can get together and celebrate the arrival of summer and a return to some degree of social normality.
top item on the AGM agenda will be a resolution to push ahead the
clubhouse renewal project. To guide the committee in preparing this
resolution we are opening a consultation area and chat room in the club
website offering three different possible versions of a new clubhouse.
Please look, discuss and then vote in an indicative poll to show which
version has most support. The committee will be guided by your votes.
To access the consultation area please follow this link: https://www.lewesrowingclub.co.uk/clubhouse/
Below is a message from Chairman Brendon Parsons, with a fuller explanation.
URGENT CLUBHOUSE APPEAL: All members are keenly invited to view exciting plans for a new LRC clubhouse.
After years of discussion, dispute, debate and research, committee has identified three variants offering a range of amenities at a corresponding range of costs. The committee favours the self-build version designed by club member Ben Fowler, which we believe offers our club a fantastic new home that is affordable, admirable and achievable. Now we need you, our members, to take a look and give us your view and hopefully your support - in time for a final decisive vote at AGM on June 26.
See the pictures, read the views of three teams who have looked into design, membership wants and needs and - critically - the costs and funding options.
Have your say in the dedicated chatroom on our website - ask questions, contribute comments and ideas. In a week or so, we will launch an online poll. This is your club, and your future - so please follow this link now and be inspired with us. Thank you, Brendon, chairman.
From May 17th 2021 the rules on reducing the spread of coronavirus change. It will no longer be necessary to prebook attendance at the club but all members will be expected to log their attendance using the NHS website QR code in line with all hospitality venues. For further details and guidance please click on the link below or the Covid 19 banner above.Please use this link to learn more:-
Lewes Rowing Club has provided members with the facilities for recreational use of the River Ouse since Victorian times.
We are a small boating club with members who sail, motor, canoe or row on the river - or out to sea !
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Please note that High Tide at Lewes Rowing Club occurs approximately one hour after High Tide at Newhaven. For craft planning a longer trip or out to sea it is important to know that Low Tide at Lewes Rowing Club occurs approximately three hours after Low Tide at Newhaven.