13 hours until the first race will be called to attention!
It’s all go at the club for our final preparations to welcome you tomorrow morning.
Just a little reminder it might be useful to bring your wellies and some warm dry clothes for in between divisions as well as some for whilst you are on the river!
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
Firstly may we thank everyone that has entered Bridgnorth Regatta 2019.
We have completed our draw and the eagle eyed proof readers have hopefully spotted any and all mistakes. So it is with great pleasure that we can make available a downloadable version. In addition to this we also have a number of documents available.
Please do contact us if you have any queries or problems during the course of the week.
Look forward to seeing you on the day and hope you all have an enjoyable days racing.
Bridgnorth Rowing Club
We have now finalised our entries on BROE2 and are now open. With entries from Junior 12 through to Masters K.
Have a look at all the events on offer by downloading the Regatta Poster
We look forward welcoming you to our club!
See you soon!
Bridgnorth Regatta 2019
Our regatta returns on Saturday 8th June 2019. With entries from Junior 12 through to Masters K.
We are just finalising our entries on BROE and hope to open no later than this Wednesday.
In the meantime, have a look at all the events on offer by download the Bridgnorth Regatta Poster 2019
We look forward to seeing you.
Our planning elves have been very busy this winter. Not only have been planned our next Fun Regatta but we have now confirmed the date for our next Learn to Row. Have a look at our LTR Poster for more information.
Bridgnorth Rowing Club started it’s 2018 racing season at Worcester on Sat 17th Feb, at their 6000m time trial, raced between the two weirs.
In the morning division race, the Bridgnorth Ladies eight put in a strong performance to finish 3rd overall fastest women’s eight, behind two good eight’s from Bristol City rowing club.
Also in the morning race, the men’s senior coxless four showed that their winter training is paying off, by putting in the fastest time for their category.
In the afternoon division race, over the same course, Bridgnorth’s Masters four, Alan Champion, Tim Lunel, Rob Graham, Paul Wallis and coxed by Jennifer Williams, were also dominant in their event, beating several other masters crews to take the trophy, the men’s senior coxless four also raced again with one crew change ,this time finishing 2nd. Another Bridgnorth women’s crew also raced, this time a IM3 coxed four who are starting to gel together on the water, particularly with new member Meg Bond competing in her first event.
The Rowing club are organising two events this year to attract new people to join the club, and take up the sport, the first is a fun regatta on April 14th, open to any groups of four people, men, women , mixed , who will be taught the basics of rowing by the club’s coaches and have a day racing each other. If you are interested in taking part, head over to our Fun Regatta page.
This is a rowing competition between teams of four non-rowers, racing over a distance of 500m on the River Severn in Bridgnorth.
The event is a great opportunity for friends, colleagues or family to get together and enter a crew of men, women or a mix. We will teach them all the basics of rowing with 3 x 1 hour coaching sessions undertaken before raceday on Saturday 14th April. All boats, equipment, and coaching will be provided – all they need to bring is enthusiasm!
Each crew will be guaranteed a minimum of 2 races on race day – more if they win!
Click here for the Entry Pack and here for the Poster
Bridgnorth Rowing Club held two events over the Christmas period.
The first being a boat naming ceremony for a new racing boat that the cub has recently had delivered.
The coxed four has been jointly funded by three kind benefactors , local major employer, Bridgnorth Aluminium have once again shown their support to local sport, also a new name to the town, Joules Brewery who have taken over the Shakespeare in west castle street, and finally club stalwart Mr David Walker.
The club decided to name the new boat “David Walker” in respect for all the work Dave has put into the rowing club over the past forty years he has been involved.
A good crowd gathered, including the sponsors to watch Dave pour some “bubbly” over the bows of the boat as is tradition.
Yet another good turn out was had on Christmas eve morning, down on the Severn when three eights of oarsmen and women dressed in Christmas attire took to the water in a five mile festive row to Gadstone and back.
Just to give you an update on the current situation with regard to river levels in Bridgnorth. At the minute the river is slightly up, it has peaked upstream so should be down to normal levels by us in time for Saturday – however this is all dependent on what the rain forecast in the next 24 hours does to the river. We are continuing to monitor the weather and river levels and will make a final decision one way or another whether it will be safe to go ahead at 12 noon on Friday 9th June.
A communication will be sent out and posted on our website shortly after the decision has been made to inform you all, so please keep a close eye out for this.
Fingers crossed we will see you all on Saturday!
We’d like to thank all the clubs that have supported our regatta this year. We have had much a larger entry compared to last year and look forward to seeing you all on the day.
This year we are also pleased to welcome Chester Composites to our regatta who will be on site all day for any boat or equipment repairs, quotes or assistance you may need help with. If you have any repairs which you would like to bring along with you for them to help with then please get in touch with them:
And finally! The information everyone has been waiting for, the provisional draw is available right here at BRC Draw – Final 2017!
Other information to download includes:
Bridgnorth Regatta Emergency Response Plan
Bridgnorth Regatta Welfare
Event Risk Assessment
See you on Saturday!