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Sunday, 30 Apr 2017

Cambois RC
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Cambois Rowing Club has been supported by the following:

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust

Banks Community Fund
The Banks Community Fund

Barrington Metalworks Ltd
Barrington Metalworks Ltd

Dowding & Mills
Dowding and Mills Calibration Ltd

We appreciate support from a wide range of sponsors in previous years.

Welcome to the Cambois Rowing Club website. Please use the links above to find out more about our friendly, successful rowing club that is open to all. Want to try your hand at competing ? or simply to get fit while having fun sitting down ! We have a very strong competitive membership of Juniors, Veterans and Seniors along with casual rowers including Ladies only crews, backed by a willing team of coaches (including some world Champions !).

Come down. Have fun. Happy rowing !

Latest News

01 Mar 2017

10 Nov 2016Annual General Meeting






11 am





Any motions, including nominations for the Committee, to be considered at the AGM must be sent to the Secretary in writing or by email as soon as possible after 31st October and not later than 17th November 2016.


Please let the Secretary know if you are interested in standing for membership of the club’s Committee, which is elected every year.  Members may stand as Officers or as ordinary members of the committee.    A separate notice states who is on the Committee this year; the AGM confirms the Officers and Committee members for 2016-2017.


Nominations for the committee need to be received by the Secretary before 17th November 2016.


All nominations and motions for the AGM need to be signed by two members, one proposing and the other seconding the proposal.



David Manning



01670 512789

138 Newgate Street, Morpeth, NE61 1DD


5th November 2016


20 Aug 2016Club Open Day

Cambois Rowing Club are holding open days on Saturday 20th August and Sunday 21st August from 9am-12pm.

This is a chance for anyone who is interested to try out rowing. You will be shown the basic stroke on a rowing machine indoors, before being taken out on the river to put what you have learnt into practice in a boat.

If you enjoy the experience, there will be the opportunity to sign up for a “Learn to Row” course, where you will be taught to row over a number of weeks.

There is no need to book for the open days, just turn up between the times shown, and club members will be around to help you.

It’s advisable to wear sports clothing when you come down – nothing too baggy, and not jeans. Bring a few layers, as you may get quite warm, but can cool down quickly.