Lewes Rowing Club

Sailing, Powerboats, Canoeing and Rowing


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THIRD SLIPWAY

Work is due to start at the end of June dredging out the mud/debris and relaying the surface of the old public slipway. The contractor will be using heavy machinary and the mud will be taken away in very large lorries. Some boats will have to be moved to allow safe access and members are asked to be careful about parking so as not to obstruct HGV's and to take care when in the vicinity of the contractors at work.

More details will be posted by Pennant when dates are confirmed

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Successful April Work Party photos up loaded on NEWS>Photos section

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Beware of Navigation Hazard

Members are warned to take great care around the houseboat which is close to sinking just south of the club.

Full article and photos on the news page.


Boating in Lewes since 1874

Lewes Rowing Club has provided members with the facilities for recreational use of the River Ouse since Victorian times.

We are a small boating club with members who sail, motor, canoe or row on the river - or out to sea !

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Please note that High Tide at Lewes Rowing Club occurs approximately one hour after High Tide at Newhaven.  For  motorised craft planning a trip out to sea it is important to know Low Tide at Lewes Rowing Club occurs approximately three hours after Low Tide at Newhaven.

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Lewes Rowing Club raises over £200 for RNLI by hosting fish supper and quiz night.

Big thank you to Sarah, Sarah and Julie for organising and all who attended.

RNLI Fish Supper campaign


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