Charity no 1161250
Charity no  1161250 Water Row, Newburn, Newcastle upon Tyne NE158NL
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Rowing (not) under Covid-19
Please ignore all the following - the club is now shut as of midnight on 4 January

Rowing under Tier 4 from 2 January 2021- updated club rules

You can download below the club rules governing outdoor rowing from 2 January 2021. The weights room, the ergo room and all other indoor facilties are out of use (except toilets and emergency shower).


Current British Rowing guidelines as issued on 23 December can be found at www.britishrowing.org/2020/06/latest-british-rowing-advice-on-coronavirus-covid-19/.


As per the latest British Rowing guidelines, opportunities will provided for personal exercise at given times. There will be no formal training or coaching as such, though there will be supervision when needed. Please ensure all members of your squad adhere to the following.
  • Members to arrive at slots, changed and ready to row, through the shutters and to leave promptly at the end of their session (no changing or shower facilities will be available) - emergency use only.
  • Masks/face coverings to be worn at ALL times when inside the boathouse as well as when getting launches out and boating.
  • Only one crew per boat bay when getting equipment out (single scullers can have one masked helper when getting a boat out).
  • All equipment to be fully washed down and sanitised post session following instructions at the cleaning stations.
  • Singles and doubles only. Pairs allowed during daylight (weekend) sessions. Only level 3 steers permitted at night. Steering competency info as draft is below.
  • Coordinators are encouraged to create bubbles within their squads - same double/pair partner or small group of 4 to make doubles/pairs from.
  • Private singles going out to continue to book slot via the spreadsheet. Only private boats allowed. Club boats will be available for personal exercise at specific times.
  • Safety launches allowed. Again socially distance and masks when you get them out.
  • Launches must be put away at the end of sessions and shutters must be closed when on water and after sessions.
Squad sessions times from 2 January 2021

Monday:
18:00-20:00 - Seniors

Tuesday:
18:00-20:00 - Masters

Wednesday:
09:30-12:00 - Community
18:00-20:00 - Seniors

Thursday:
18:00-20:00 - Masters

Saturday:
07:30-09:30 - Seniors
08:30-10:30 - Juniors
09:30-11:30 - Masters
10:30-12:30 - Juniors
12:30-14:30 - Juniors

Sunday:
07:30-09:30 - Seniors
08:30-10:30 - Juniors
09:30-11:30 - Devs/Novs
10:30-12:30 - Juniors
11:30-13.30 - Masters

Night time rowing - steers person experience/competency

We are introducing a check on who is out on on the river on a night time in the dark and responsible for steering and what they and their crew can do. This is just an outline here of what the three levels of competency (from 1 for inexperienced to 3 very experienced) can do. The levels will be are signed off by the club captain or squad coordinators. Full details by 6 or 7 January. This is not just for Covid!

Level 1: 
- steering between White House and blue house in daylight only
- steering in training only
- club boats only

Level 2:
- steering between White House and blue house at night, unrestricted daytime steering (tide permitting)
- steering in races and training
- club boats only

Level 3: 
-  unrestricted steering day + night (tide permitting)
- steering in races and training
- club and captain boats

Booking sheet for private single slots is here.
Club contacts in case of rowing incidents
  
  Water Safety Adviser             Colin Percy                  07985  003304 

  Captain                                    Tom Campbell             07378 168499
  Chair of Mgt Cttee                  David Robinson          07519  834958  
Emergency response to rowing incidents under Covid-19
 
For all life-threatening or serious incidents at the club or on the water during the Covid-19 return to row regime:
 
Ring 999 - police, fire, ambulance or coastguard
 
Boathouse address:
Tyne Amateur Rowing Club, Water Row, Newburn,
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE15 8NL
 
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If asked for directions, emphasise the club is on the north bank of the river, just along from Newburn Bridge and the Boathouse PH.
 
After dialling 999 and when confident help is on the way, contact an official of the rowing club as indicated in next section.
 

For less serious incidents that still require club assistance contact a club officer as above
 
Last updated on 4 January 2021

Downloads - archive docs from 2 Dec 2020 - superseded

 
Operative from 02-12-20 
 
Issued 02-12-20, but see note above 
 
Issued 02-12-20, but see note above 
 
For single rowers from 02-12-20 
 
Version 4 posted 17-10-20 
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