Welcome to Newark Rowing Club Welfare Section

Newark Rowing Club takes very seriously the welfare of its Members and visitors. We pay particular attention to that of Junior members and have adopted fully the guidance, practice and procedures defined by British Rowing,

If you have concerns about the welfare of Club members or anyone on the site and its premises, please contact the Club Welfare Officer, Louise Lyons, immediately. If he is not present or available, please contact the Club President. Their email details are on the Contacts page of this website. Details are also on the Notice Board in the Boathouse and in the ‘safeguarding folder’ in the Clubhouse.

The information can also be found on the British Rowing website, please click the links below for details:-

1. Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy
Specifies the scope of the policy for protecting children, together with more detailed explanation of practices and procedures followed.

2. British Rowing – How Much, How Often?
A guide for the planning, scheduling and content of training programmes for Juniors

3. Row Safe
A single source of information for all safety-related matters in the sport of rowing. Provides a comprehensive and detailed explanation across many areas.

4. Junior Rowing on the water at NRC

Junior Members on the Water at Newark Rowing Club
Issued by NRC’s General Committee in April 2018, this defines the conditions under which Junior rowers (those who are under 18 years old) are allowed onto the water.

5. Junior Rowing Notice at NRC – gym

Junior Members and Use of Gym and Equipment
Issued by NRC’s General Committee in April 2018. specifies the policy in respect of use of the gym and rowing equipment by Junior members.

6.Junior Rowing Access at NRC

Junior Members and Access to the club. Issued by NRC’s General Committee in April 2018, specifies the policy in respect of access to the club grounds by Junior members (those under 18 years old).