Exeter Rowing Club welcomes new members throughout the year, both adults and juniors (12-18yrs) and it is not necessary to have any previous rowing experience as we often run learn to row courses for both adults and juniors. If you have previous rowing experience you are welcome to join one of our squads. All members must pay a annual levy to Exeter Water Sports, this covers the use of communal facilities that the club shares with other groups.
|Membership Category||BR. Membership||Racking||Pro-rata||Membership
|Student (Full Time in Exeter)||Gold||Y||Y||£246.75||£15.00||£261.75|
|Student (Rowing in Holidays)||Gold||£57.75||£15.00||£72.75|
It is possible to pay for certain categories of membership at a pro-rata rate depending on when individuals join the club, or pay by installments, example rates are shown below but actual rates will be provided by the Membership Secretary to each member dependent on their situation.
|Membership Category||Initial Fee||6 x Installments||EWS Levy||Total|
|Student (Full Time in Exeter)||£61.83||£31.00||£15.00||£262.83|
1/6/2018 UPDATE: Please note that due to a change in membership system the instalment structure has changed. Please refer to the payment options provided during the membership sign-up process. The overall cost remains the same.
As per our Club Safety and Security document, all members must take out British Rowing Membership on completion of their Learn to Row course and moving into their respective squad, in addition to Club Membership. As a member of British Rowing, you will be able to take advantage of a wide variety of benefits and discounts; you also receive Personal Accident insurance and Civil Liability insurance. Your British Rowing membership card (Gold or Platinum) will also serve as your racing license at British Rowing events.
A 10% discount on the membership fee is available to all participants of the club's Learn To Row courses on their first year's membership when they join within six months of their learn to row course ending.
All members are subject to the clubs rules and regulations as well as the terms and conditions relating to the specific membership that you purchase. You will be asked to review these and accept them as part of the membership process.