Welcome to Ardingly Rowing Club

Due toLake erosion and the lingering effects of C19 we are still not operating normally.
We are aiming to be back as soon as this is possible in a safe and sustainable way.
We currently have 110+ people on our waiting list for Taster sessions which is our way into the Club for people with no previous experience. If you have rowed and sculled before then we'd love to hear from you. Sadly if you have no experience, and are not yet on the waiting list, we are unlikely to be able to offer you a Taster session in 2021. We have no paid staff for admin or coaching and the Club relies totally on volunteers who run the club alongside their own rowing, work and family lives.

Welcome to the Ardingly Rowing Club website.

These pages contain useful information about the club for visitors and members alike. If your questions are not answered on the site, please contact us by using the email address abovein the first instance, and we will do our best to answer you.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you we offer Friend of Ardingly RC Membership for just 30 per year (no water access, simply a valued supporter of the Club).

The rowing club is relatively young (26th anniversary this year) and offers rowing for all ages and experience levels, competing at local, national and international events throughout the year. We also cater for individuals who wish to take a more leisurely approach to rowing and just enjoy the sport at their own pace.

We are a Club run by and for its Members, you are expected to join in with at least some Club activities - such as maintenance, fundraising, coaching beginners, launch driving, management committee. All our coaching and admin work is done by volunteers.

We are based at Ardingly Reservoir in the heart of the beautiful Mid Sussex countryside, a wonderfully tranquil spot, roughly midway between Gatwick Airport and Brighton.
Ardingly Rowing Club and its Members stand together with the rowing community against racial inequality and racism. It is no longer enough to be open to all and not be racist; it's time for us to be actively anti-racist. It will take time for rowing to become more diverse and inclusive, but our Club continues to be committed to supporting the pursuit of equality of opportunity to participate.

Latest News

Weybridge Silver Sculls
Cancelled Pairs Head
International Racing
Five women's boats went to Weybridge Silver Sculls on Sat 16 October and Maja and Claire B.....
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Sadly the Pairs Head of the River Race was cancelled due to the storms on Saturday. We ha.....
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Four Ardingly Masters rowers went to the inaugral Brive Masters International Regatta in S.....
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Upcoming Races and Events

04/07/2020   ZOOM circuits 9.30am
15/09/2021   C2 Fall Challenge
18/09/2021   Scullers Head


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