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Lea Rowing Club Membership & Fees

Becoming a member of Lea R.C. is easy, whether you have rowed in the past or are completely new to the sport. More information on membership and our fees is below. If you have any questions as to where you fit into the club system please get in touch with us via our Contact page.



I am an experienced rower

If you have rowed at another club, or wish to take up rowing again after a break, and would like to find out what the best squad is for you, first review the information on the Adult, Recreational or Junior squad pages. When you are ready to join please go to our Join Lea R.C. page to enquire about joining.

I am new to rowing

If you are an adult beginner to rowing please review our Learn to Row page before signing up to our Learn to Row mailing list.

If you are a junior, or their parent or guardian, after reviewing the information on our Junior Rowing page, please complete our Expression of Interest (EOI) form.

Ready to apply for membership?

Once you have enquired about joining Lea R.C., and had your eligibility for one or our squads confirmed, you will need to complete a membership form and pay your membership fee for the current season.

  • Adult squad membership form: our digital membership form can be accessed from the Membership Form & Fees page in our Resources section

  • Junior squad membership form: can be downloaded from the Junior Resources  page



Membership fees

Our rowing year runs from 1 October to 30 September. We do not charge a joining fee. The fees applicable to the current season can be downloaded from  Membership Form & Fees on our Resources page

Racking fees and insurance

Racking is available to those who are either ‘full racing’ or ‘sculling’ members of the club. The annual racking fee is payable per seat (1x = 1x annual fee, 2x = 2x annual fee, and so on; the cox seat is not included). It is a requirement that boat owners take out private insurance for their boats which covers their boat both on and off the water. The club will need a photocopy or scan of the insurance cover. Any boats without a valid insurance document will be subject to an additional racking fee of £50 per seat, to cover the cost of placing the boat on the club’s insurance.

Race entry fees

Race entry fees are the cost of entry to events. Race fees need to be paid by cash, cheque or bank transfer one day before the event at the latest.

Complete our membership form and download subscription fees information:

Membership forms link
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