Contact Us


Experienced rowers, or those wishing to complete the ‘learn to row’ course, should contact the club at Please indicate any previous experience and provide an email address and contact telephone number.

Alternatively, don’t hesitate to speak to one of our members about joining, down at the club.

Companies or groups wishing to find out more about sponsorship opportunities, or ways in which you can work in partnership with the club, should email

Safeguarding and Child protection

If you have any concerns at all about a safeguarding or child protection issue please contact the Club Welfare Officer, Katie Riley at

If it is urgent and you cannot contact Katie Riley please contact a club committee member or if no-one is readily available the police or local social services.

Club Safety

There are safety noticeboards at both boathouses that contain all the information you need about risk assessments, circulation patterns, emergency action plans etc.

All incidents should be reported via the British Rowing online incident reporting system

The Club Rowing Safety Adviser is David Coverdale who can be contacted at

Location, Thwaite Lane

Our new purpose built boathouse on the canal in S Leeds which we share with Leeds University Union Boat cLub. It offers land training facilities as well as a 4km stretch of canal for water based training

The boathouse is on Thwaite Lane, LS10 1RN.

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Location, Roundhay Lake

Our original base on Waterloo Lake in the picturesque Roundhay Park, about three miles north of the city centre and within easy reach of local bus routes and cycleways.

The boathouse is located below The Lakeside Café, with the adjacent clubhouse facilities shared with the canoe club.

The postcode of the boathouse is LS8 2JL and there are good car parking facilities.

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