Weybridge Ladies Amateur Rowing Club
Weekend | Morning Training
8:30am: roll up session (for pre-arranged crews or people turning up and taking their chances on the day)
Weekend coaching sessions will need to fit in around the club arranged sessions and if particular boats are needed please let The Captain know so we can arrange this for you.
Week Days | Evening Training
Winter land training and summer time training schedules are shared via email to members by The Captain.
Ad Hoc Training for pre-arranged crews
Outside of club arranged sessions competent rowers* are free to use our facilities at any time (conditions apply). For safety reasons you should always arrange to be accompanied on the water by another club member i.e. never row alone.
*Competent rowers are those who have been 'signed off' by the WLARC team of coaches and comply with the requirements associated with rowing outside of pre-arranged club sessions.
All crews must complete a risk assessment of weather conditions before boating (more information below).
Use the WLARC WhatsApp Group 'WLARC crews & rollups' if you are looking for someone to row with.
1: Complete the Risk Assessment Form (all crew members must review)
2: Talk to your crew about the risk assessment and plans for your outing
3: Write the date, boat and your crew in the Boating Log Book
4: One crew member sign Boating Log Book to say that the whole crew is happy to boat
5: Write outing details on the Boating Whiteboard (move your boat magnet to ‘OUT’, note time of outing and names of crew members)
1: Place boat on trestles and complete a boat check
2: Wash and dry your boat and place it gently back on the rack
3: Ensure blades and blade handles are clean and put blades back in their correct pairs
3: Remove your crew from the Boating Whiteboard
4: Note any potential repairs on the Boating Whiteboard along with an email to the equipment team
All WLARC club members must read and agree to abide by the WLARC Constitution inserted here:
WLARC Boat House
Thames Tow Path