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Reading Rowing Club

Based in a purpose built boathouse next to Caversham Bridge, Reading Rowing Club welcomes complete beginners right through to international athletes of all ages to train on our fabulous 7km stretch of the River Thames.

Those brand new to the sport of rowing are introduced via our bespoke, 6 week, learn to row courses. Those with more experience are invited to join the coached senior squad sessions or get involved with the sociable Explore rowing group. Juniors are specifically catered for with dedicated coaching and pastoral support, also Junior Summer Courses.

The Reading Rowing Club boathouse is also the perfect venue for your upcoming event or celebration with a recently refurbished bar, large function room, fully equipped kitchen and fantastic views over the river.

For more details please visit the Reading Rowing Club website at

To be placed on the waiting list, to become a junior member please use the following link.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Reading Rowing Club

Where to go

Reading Rowing Club
The Boathouse, Thames Promenade
Richfield Avenue

Parking available behind the boathouse. Pay & display between 9am and 5pm, Monday - Friday. Free at evenings and weekends.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Clubhouse is open to members at all times.
Time of day
Session Information
Please get in touch to join and for specific training times.

Other Details


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