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Junior rowing at ACRC

Junior Rowing and Sculling ACRC – An Amateur Rowing Association Go-Row accredited junior coaching centre.   Are you in Year 7 or above? Do you fancy splashing about down on the river? Do you like having FUN? Rowing could be the sport for you! Rowing and Sculling are great ways to make new friends, explore riverbanks, eat picnics and generally have a good time! ‘Rowing’ means paddle with one oar (like Sir Steven Redgrave or Helen Glover) and sculling means paddle with two (like Katherine Grainger or Mark Hunter)!  You will start by learning to scull. more

Women's rowing at ACRC

Novice Women's Squad Session Times Spring/Summer 2015 Novice women are invited to rowing session at 18.30 pm on Tuesdays, 10.30 am on Saturdays, and 10.30 am on Sundays. Sunday sessions are 'Just Turn Up' session - So no need to arrange in advance!  Please be aware that these sessions are for people who have completed the 'Learn To Row' course. more

Veteran rowing at ACRC

Veterans Head of the River Race National Veteran 4- Silver Medallists Contact For information about veteran rowing (men or woman) contact Geoff Peattie . more

Men's rowing at ACRC

  Mens Eight at Gloucester Head Race 1999   In Summer, you will find crews training on almost any evening of the week, and until into the afternoon at some weekends. more


Avon County RC has a long tradition of introducing new people to the sport. Juniors (18 years and under) Please see the junior section for more details Adults Please go to Learn to Row . more

Adaptive Rowing

Adaptive Rowing is a growing sport in the UK and is now included as part of the World Rowing Championships. ACRC does not own any specific equipment for adaptive athletes yet but do feel free to get in touch and discuss any needs you may have - we will do our best to help. more


We welcome all rowers whether they want to compete or not. . more