Learn to Row

We offer a range of adult and junior learn to row courses each year, these include adult day and evening courses. Taster sessions are also available free of charge.

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Join the Club

If you have rowed before or have just completed one of our Learn to Row courses, we would love to welcome you as a member into the club.

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UNITED WE ROW

Tyne United Rowing Club is one of the leading clubs in the North East.  We row on one of the best tidal rivers in the country.  From our base on the Gateshead side of the river Tyne we offer great camaraderie, professional coaching, fantastic facilities plus an opportunity to take your rowing to the next level.  Alternatively you can gently paddle, taking in the wildlife and a great view.    

If you would like to join us our Learn to Row courses cater for juniors and adults and we actively welcome new members who have relocated to North East or those who have simply decided to rekindle their love of rowing.

Notice of Annual General Meeting

To all members of Tyne United Rowing Club:

The 12th Annual General Meeting of Tyne United Rowing Club will be held in the club-house starting at 7.30 pm on Tuesday Monday 30th October 2018. All members are encouraged to attend. However only members in the following categories - Full, Off-Peak, Young Persons, Junior, Fitness with Gym and Honorary - are entitled to vote, provided that in each case they are aged 18 or over on the day of the meeting.

Tyne United Rowing Club Small Boats Head

Saturday 6th October 2018

Scotswood to Newburn (4500m)

It was with great excitement Kat and Sophie arrived in London to be the clubs first participants at Pairs Head. The temperature was a barmy 18 at 10pm on the Friday night! However things started to go wrong when the host club issued a weather warning and a course inspection notice on Saturday morning. Eventually at 1pm on Saturday in torrential rain and a gusty windy they declared the race on. It was a magnificent sight and very exciting to see so many boats on the mighty Thames. After A soggy wait on the water, we got the call to strip and turn and the race began. It was a fabulous experience, which was over in a flash. No crabs, crying or crashes occurred and we were still smiling, if a little chilly when we returned to Putney High School boathous, who had kindly hired us a boat for the day. All in all a brilliant experience.

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