With effect from Saturday 21st March the club is completely closed. There is no access for indoor or water training.
The Club Coffee Morning in support of Berwick RNLI and the Opening of the 151st Season on 18th April have been Postponed.
All remaining social events are also Postponed.
BERWICK AMATEUR ROWING CLUB
England's Most Northerly Rowing Club
The River Tweed at Berwick is suitable for rowing, when weather and tide conditions are permitting, from the estuary up to a small village called Horncliffe which is about 10,000 metres upstream. With the right conditions it is a beautiful river to row with various local land marks along the way.
West Ord is approximately 5,000 metres from the Royal Tweed Bridge at Berwick and is the starting point for our long distance races and in the past we have held our annual regatta here. Further up river you come across Union Chain Bridge, a suspension bridge which marks the border between England and Scotland. This is the last tidal part of the river upstream from Berwick.