Lewes Rowing Club
Sailing, Powerboats, Canoeing and Rowing
(photo credits: Jon Rigby)
AGM -- NEW DATE -- JULY 29
Taking into account the latest government statements on the lifting of Covid restrictions, the committee now plans to hold the AGM on Thursday, July 29, starting at 7 p.m.
As previously planned, the proposed location will be the Railway Land's Linklater Pavilion.
The agenda has been posted on the clubhouse noticeboard and circulated by Pennant email, together with a proposed rule change.
From July 19th 2021 Pandemic rules have been relaxed. Responsibility for preventing the spread of the disease has been passed to businesses and individuals. It is no longer necessary to limit numbers by prebooking attendance at the club, socially distance or wear masks. The club does not intend to impose rules but asks members to be sensitive to each other's concerns. Not everybody has been fully vaccinated and some members have to be even more vigilant about shielding due to pre existing conditions. Please respect members who choose to continue to wear masks and especially respect a request to distance or wear a mask indoors when in close proximity of a concerned member.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.