Jul 03

Bradford Circuit 2018

A wonderful day with an amazing  180 paddlers entered to race   and I think all but 1 or 2 turned up.

 

There are a few pictures I have at the moment
Thanks to Keith L   for his camera work.

 


 

Jun 14

Reading K4 Races June 2018

Reading K4

 

BOA   had 5 crews racing athe Reading K4 event

The full results can be found at    >>>   http://reading-canoe.org.uk/results/201806_K4_Results.html  <<

Thanks to Keith for the photos.

Mar 18

Free Canoe Taster Session Saturday 21st April

Saturday 21st April Free Canoe Taster Session

10:00am to 1:00pm for anyone interested in ‘Paddle Sport’.

Come along and have a go.
You will be required to sign a consent form      
Minimum age: 10 years old.

Clothing requirement: Suitable for weather prevailing, hat, thin but warm long or short sleeve tops, lightweight shorts or leggings and lightweight thin soled shoes. Towel and change of clothing. If cooler and windy Cag/windproof top. Please remember it is always cooler on the water than on the bank!

Further details: mike@purchas.co.uk

Dec 11

Learn to Canoe Courses 2018

3 Week Learn To Canoe Courses 2018

                Course 1: 3rd May, 10th May and 17th May.

                Course 2: 7th June, 14th June and 21st June.

                Course 3: 5th July, 12th July and 19th July.

               Course 4: 30th Aug., 6th Sept. and 13th Sept.

Duration all Courses: 3 weeks, held on Thursday evenings.

Time: 6pm to 8pm

Cost £40 including a £10 discount on your membership fee if you become a member of the BOA Canoe Club.

For full Course Details, method of payment and Consent form (which must be completed) please – click on links below.

Go paddling course for 2018 pdf

Consent form 2018 pdf

 

For booking contact Mike Purchas mike@purchas.co.uk

Dec 08

200 Club

The 200 Club Lottery.
Thank you for your interest in the Bradford on Avon Rowing Club – 200 Club Lottery with the chance
to win prizes totalling up to £250 every month. In 2012 alone the 200 Club paid out nearly £1,000 in
prizes to club members.

To see the full details click on the link >>   200 Club Details <<

The objective of the Lottery is to raise funds for general club maintenance projects and also part
raising funds for our proposed new multi-purpose boathouse development. Since it was established in
2007 the 200 club (consisting of just 80 members) has helped to pay for:
                    The new hot water system for the showers
                    The perimeter fence and gates
                    The original changing room updates
We need to continue to raise funds to preserve the facilities that we currently have. However, the
club’s proposed new development over the next few years will be a major financial outlay. Whilst we
hope to obtain grants and funding to help us to achieve this, we will have to undertake a significant
amount of private fundraising. The 200 club will provide a valuable resource in assisting with this goal.
How does it work?
The format is simple you can purchase as many numbers or lottery balls for £2.50 each per month,
you are allocated a number(s) between 1 and 200. Every month one number is chosen at random,
your lucky number could be the wining one. The prize payable is based on the number of participants
– the more the subscriptions the bigger the monthly prize, half the income goes in prizes
– so please encourage your friends and family to join
The 200 Club manager, appointed by the committee, will make the draw every month. All participants
are entitled to witness the draw.
The Prize
The value of the monthly prize is dependent on the number of ‘numbers’ active in that month. Half of
the income every month goes to the club to fund general improvements that will benefit the entire club.
The other half goes to the lucky winner.
A list will be placed on the club notice board.The winner will be contacted by the 200 Club Manager as
soon as possible after the draw and paid either by cheque or by credit transfer. In the event that the
200 Secretary is unable to contact you with these details when you have won a prize, it is your
responsibility to contact the 200 Club to claim your prize. All prizes not claimed within 12 months will
be forfeited.
How can I join?

Joining is easy, download the application form, fill it in and send it to the 200 Club Manager,
Send to: J G B Brown, 21 Baileys Barn, B-O-A, BA15 1BW

or email it to: ‘Jim Brown’     jgbb@hotmail.co.uk

 

200 Club  Details

Oct 29

ADVANCE NOTICE OF BOARC AGM Monday 20 November 2017

ADVANCE NOTICE OF BOARC AGM

The Bradford on Avon Rowing Club Annual General Meeting will take place on

Monday 20 November 2017 at 7:30pm, at Bradford on Avon Rugby Club, Winsley.

1.       Reporting: At this meeting Annual Reports from the Chairman, Treasurer, Commodore of Canoes and Captain of Boats will be presented to members.

2.       Election of Committee: Club Members nominated for next year’s committee will be voted in. Any member aged 18 or over is eligible for nomination to the committee and must be prepared to attend monthly meetings as scheduled. If members wish to be nominated, please refer to the Club Handbook which sets out the roles and duties of Committee Officers.

3.       Nominations for Committee Officers: A notice will be placed on the Club Notice boards 21 days before the AGM. Those seeking nomination should enter their name and the names of proposing and seconding members. This must be completed at least seven clear days before the AGM. Any posts remaining vacant may be filled by members in attendance at the AGM.

4.       Raising Issues or Agenda Items for the AGM: Club Member wishing to raise issues or add items to the Agenda for the AGM must inform the Secretary in writing no less the 21 days before the AGM. This can be done either by handwritten letter and pinned to the Club Noticeboard addressed to The Secretary, or by email (address below).

5.       Attendance: Attendance at the AGM is voluntary but Club Members are strongly encouraged to attend as important decisions may be made at this meeting that will affect all club members.

6.       Timeline

30 October 2017 – Nominations Open, deadline for Agenda Items

13 November 2017 – Nominations Close

20 November 2017 – AGM

7.       Contact Details:

Gus Fraser

gusfraser1949@btinternet.com

Oct 10

Learn to Row – starting on the 15th of October 2017

Rowing on the river Avon

Bradford on Avon Rowing Club are holding a Learn to Row course from their boathouse on the river Avon opposite the Tithe Barn, starting on the 15th of October and lasting for 6 weeks.

The course is open to anyone over 18 and would suit absolute beginners as well as former rowers returning after a long gap. It is an excellent way to get some recreational activity without pounding the streets or treadmill.

We have members aged between 14 and 86. It is never too late to take up this most enjoyable sport.

To apply; visit the website.

Learn to Row

Or for further information phone 07790 103304

Rowing is a sport for all ages – Sir Steve Redgrave

No other sport gives greater pleasure – Sir Matthew Pinsent

Aug 28

Free Canoe Taster Session Saturday 16th September

Saturday 16th September Free Canoe Taster Session 9:30 to 11:30am for anyone interested in ‘Paddle Sport’. Come along and have a go.

You will be required to sign a consent form.

Minimum age: 10 years old.

Clothing requirement: Suitable for weather prevailing, hat, thin but warm long or short sleeve tops, lightweight shorts or leggings and lightweight thin soled shoes. Towel and change of clothing. If cooler and windy Cag/windproof top. Please remember it is always cooler on the water than on the bank!

Further details: mike@purchas.co.uk