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JUNIOR LEARN TO ROW
(Ages 12
-16yrs)

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JUNIORS

With a proud history of successfully introducing juniors to the sport of rowing, MBC junior courses usually run throughout the summer holidays and sometimes during the May half-term.

Our 2023 summer courses are now full but we taking registrations for next year. You can register your interest by clicking on the button below. Please fill in the form and and we'll be in touch.

Course Information

Learn to Row Courses 

MBC are proud to have taught 15 children a week, for 6 weeks, to learn to row over the Summer.

 

 Register your interest for summer 2024 Learn to Row courses

                                 

During the Course

 

Your child will need a snack and water bottle each day as they will spend much of the day on the water/outside therefore it is important to keep hydrated and maintain energy throughout the day.

You will need basic outdoor PE kit to take part. It is important to pack enough kit for two separate outdoor sessions a day and a light waterproof in the event of rain. A change of socks is important as they can get wet whilst getting in and out of boats. Easter weather can be very varied so please pack accordingly. If we are fortunate enough to get some sun, then sunscreen is advised especially when on the water.

 

Days are split into 2 sessions with a break in between for a snack and a rest.

  

Payment Details

 

All payments must be made at the time of booking through our online booking system.

 

There will also be a reduced fee for siblings attending the same week of camp with a deduction of 10% off the total fee. Contact our coaching staff to organise.

 

Coaches

The lead coaches for the week will be fully endorsed by Molesey Boat Club, who are insured and fully disclosed.

Joining the Club

Unfortunately, we unable to automatically offer places within our squads to all those who complete a learn to row course. Information on our application process will be issued on completion of the course. 

 

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