Maidstone Small Boats Head
Gravesend Rowing Club will be competing at Maidstone on Sunday 4th October; with boats in all divisions there is plenty of opportunity to come down and support!
Gravesend Rowing Club is one of the oldest rowing clubs on the tidal Thames, being established in 1878. Since then, Gravesend has produced numerous winners of the Doggetts Coat and Badge, Henley competitors and International oarsmen. The club has a good selection of club boats, with a few racks available for privately owned sculls.
We cater for members from 14 years old and above and are now offering ‘Learn to Row’ courses for new members. Please check our membership page for course dates, details of our regular Open Days and times of our club sessions. The club has British Rowing (BR) qualified coaches and has implemented the Child Protection Policy, by appointing a specific club member to be available, should our Juniors have any concerns. Full details of our current Welfare Officer, Rachel Bullimore, can be found on our dedicated Junior notice board in the main clubhouse.
You are welcome to come along for a visit, to see our facilities and discuss the procedure for getting onto the ‘Learn to Row’ course, with a view to becoming a full member.