Junior Learn To Row

Rowing is a fun way to learn new skills and make friends.


If you like team sports then rowing is a good choice for being part of a crew boat. Likewise if you're one of those people who prefers achieving something on your own, or you find being in a team a bit frustrating, don't rule it out; there are options to row in a single scull. In fact that's how we teach you to row at West Norfolk.


On a West Norfolk Junior Learn To Row course all equipment is provided and British Rowing registered coaches will provide training on:

  • Safety, both on and off the water

  • the boats & equipment that you will be using

  • correct rowing technique

  • fitness

The course comprises 6 sessions, followed by regular junior squad training every

  • Saturday 9:30am to 11:30am and/or

  • Thursday 18:00 to 19:30 .

Rowing is a technical sport so we do encourage regular weekly attendance.

Fees cover all tuition, use of equipment, insurance and Junior Club Membership (to 30th November).

If you are interested in a place*, or would like more information then please contact us on wnrc.club@gmail.com

*rowers should be over 12 years, height of over 150cm and be confident swimmers.