We're on a mission to help youngsters reap the benefits of rowing through regular training and competing at the highest level
We pride ourselves on being an inclusive club which transforms young peoples lives. Our private access to the beautiful River Severn allows our members to train in modern boats on an exceptional stretch of river. Further, we offer regular circuit training sessions and ergo training.
Whilst we are a performance driven club, we welcome everyone regardless or ability or experience
Our regular fitness and training sessions are a fantastic way to maintain excellent fitness
Many of our members form crews and forge friendships they keep for years to come
Access excellent coaching staff who have a proven track record of helping youngsters achieve success
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Enjoy an unlimited amount of structured sessions designed to help improve your ability
Regularly race amongst the best in local, regional and national competitions
From novice to elite level, our coaching is designed to suit your ability and goals
Simple, flexible membership
We've answered our most common questions
There is parking available over the road in our private car park. It is free for our members and there is no time limit.
Absolutely. We are open and available almost whenever it is convenient. All you have to do is let us know in advance and we will confirm a session.
It's best to start around Year 7, but we are always flexible if you are really keen! Sadly, we lose our rowers at age 18 as most of them leave us for university.
Yes we are and rowing takes place during daylight hours.
Sessions times vary and are always planned to best suit our members. Usually, if members have formed crews, they will organise a time that works for them all and co-ordinate that with us. We will always do our best to accommodate this and usually can do so.
Competition is at the heart of what we do at AB Severn and we really do encourage our members to participate. Events are always great fun and we're proud of our track record at a local, regional and even national level. However, if you really don't want to compete, you don't have to!
From start to finish, sessions are approx 2 hours long. At least an hour is on-water training.
Normal sports kit is usually ok, however we advise not wearing a hoodie on the water as the oars can catch in the front pockets! Any footwear is fine as shoes are in the boat (socks essential).
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