Borth Rowing Club Constitution

The Borth Rowing Club Constitution can be amended only by voting at the Annual General Meeting. Any suggested amendments must be made to the the Secretary for inclusion in the AGM Agenda.

Membership Fees

Membership fees of £45 per annum for adults and £30 per annum for juniors (we have members of all ages) are paid by all members and these are essential to pay the ongoing costs of boat maintenance, club insurance and league insurance.

Enrolment Form

Adult members need to complete and return the Adult membership enrolment form to the Membership Secretary.

Junior members need to complete and return the Young People enrolment form to the Membership Secretary.

Membership

Membership of the Borth Rowing club means:

The History of Borth Rowing Club

The Rowing ClubLongboat rowing in Borth began in Summer 2000, with locals being invited to try out the sport by founder member and former Aberystwyth club rower, Lyn Rees, in a longboat borrowed from the Aberystwyth club.

In early Spring 2001 the group became a club, introduced a constitution, entered our first league races and began training a mixed team for the Ireland-Wales "Celtic Challenge", which we entered in May 2002.

The Club Today

Rowing into the SunsetThe objectives of the Club shall be:

We row some evenings and every weekend (on Saturday and Sunday), near high tide and go out in rotation using our two Celtic LongBoats.



Ynyslas Boatyard Moorings

Our Celtic Longboats are stored at the Ynyslas Boatyard. The Boatyard is situated in the Dyfi Estuary opposite Aberdyfi and near to Aberystwyth in the Cardigan Bay. The Boatyard offer Moorings, Slipway Launching, Secure Storage, Internal & External Repairs and Servicing. They also have a 16 ton slipway hoist and large secure area for Winter Storage.

For those who just want to row for fun, that's fine - please come and join us. For those wanting to be considered for a team there will be additional team nights from March onwards. Quite a few of us do circuit training and/or other fitness training, but you'll also improve fitness through rowing.

So use our Contact Us details, send an email to info@borth-rowing-club.org.uk or simply turn up at one of our regular Meetings if you want to give Coastal Rowing a try.


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