The club 2020 Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 16th July 2018 at 8pm
by Zoom.  Details will be posted here when available

See below for roles and link for nomiations

Meeting Papers:

1. Notice & Proxy form

2. Minutes of the 2018 AGM (18th July 2018)

3. Minutes of the last AGM (17th July 2019)

4. MRC Accounts

5. Reports:


There are 6 directors of the charity: President, Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary, Captain and Welfare officer. Also, there are some other roles which we appoint by election, but which are not directors of the charity. These are the Deputy Chairman, the Deputy Captain, the Deputy Secretary, the Deputy Treasurer, and Junior Representative. We encourage all members to consider standing for one of these roles.

Please note all elected posts are 1-year terms so all are due for re-election and not all candidates are re-standing for election.

To nominate yourself for any of these elected roles, please sign up on the google sheet (link below) before 8pm on 14th July. This will allow me to email members with the list of candidates prior to 16th July.  In the signiture columns, typing of your full name will surfice and will be confirmed by email if felt to be needed.




In 2013, Marlow Rowing Club started operating as a charity. This is an explanation of that structure for membership.

The club 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 17th July 2018 at 8pm
at Marlow Rowing Club.

Meeting Papers:

1. Notice & Proxy form

2. Minutes of the last AGM (final version - updated 18/7/19)

3. MRC Accounts to Sept 2018

4. Reports:



The club 2018 Annual General Meeting will be on Wednesday 18th July 2018 at 8pm

at Marlow Rowing Club.

Meeting Papers:


1. Notice 

2. Minutes of the last AGM

3. Reports - Chairman Captain Treasurer

4. MRC Accounts to Sept 2017

5. Nominations for Club Officers

6. Proxy Form



Role Descriptions:

1. Hon Treasurer

2. Hon Secretary

3. Deputy Captain


The club 2018 Annual General Meeting will be on Wednesday 18th July 2018 at 8pm
at Marlow Rowing Club.


Meeting Papers:

1. Notice 

2. Minutes of the last AGM

3. Reports:

4. MRC Accounts to Sept 2017

5. Nominations for Club Officers

6. Proxy Form


Role Descriptions:

1. Hon Treasurer

2. Hon Secretary

3. Deputy Captain


Marlow Rowing Club is a company registered in England and limited by guarantee number 07954383 and registered charity number 1148327. It has a trading subsidiary, Marlow Rowing Club Limited 8181167. Both are registered at Marlow Rowing Club, Marlow Bridge Lane, Marlow, SL7 1RH. Scullers CIC (Reg No. 10059413 in England) is a registered Community Interest Company, Registered Office: Keltoi Swan Bottom, The Lee, Great Missenden, Bucks, HP16 9NH which trades as "Scullers Café" at the club. Read more...

Note that Marlow (International/Amateur) Regatta, Marlow Town Regatta and Festival, Marlow Spring Regatta and the Thames Valley Trial Head are run by legally separate organising committees. See their own websites for details.

The details of the committee are available. If you want to contact us, please use this form.

Racking: Rules

Membership: Rules

FirstRow Challenge: T&Cs

Data Protection/Privacy: Statements

Distance Selling Regulations etc: The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 (no. 2334) ("DSR") provide some protection to consumers who purchase goods or services over the Internet or by post. This may not apply to applications for memberships, which are not contracts for services, and likewise supply of goods or services by the club to its members may be excluded to some degree. Entries for most rowing events are dealt with via OARA (the Amateur Rowing Association entries system) but some events (mainly social, or non-ARA events such as FirstRow Challenge) can be applied for via this website and these regulations may apply. to the extent that they do, the required information is as follows:

Para 7 and Para 8 required information:

  • iIdentity of supplier and address, see above;
  • the goods/services will be explained on the specific pages, but generally consist of an entry to an event subject to the rules of that event;
  • the price of the entry will be detailed on the relevant page;
  • any delivery cost will be explained as part of the relevant page;
  • the arrangement for payment, delivery and performance consist of the payment instructions on the page and terms and conditions of the event, together with any "notes for competitors", safety instructions and instructions from marshals on the day;
  • WHERE THE DSR APPLY, you have a right of cancellation provided under the DSR: there are different rules for goods and services but the gist of it is that you have seven days from the date you receive the goods or the contract for services is concluded, and you forfeit the right if the services start to be supplied before then, or if the goods are personalised goods, or there is some other reason why the contract can't be undone (e.g. you've already eaten the food!)
  • there are no extra costs for using distance communications beyond the standard costs of internet access etc.;
  • the period for which a price or offer is valid will be marked in each specific case, but by default prices apply to the year of the event only, may vary for entries on the day, and events may have a cut-off date for entry;
  • any minimum durations for contracts will be marked, but generally the only contracts with durations are entry fees and racking fees;
  • we do not generally intent to replace the goods or services with goods or services of equivalent quality and price, but we do not exclude our rights to do so;
  • currently we do not supply any goods so cost/risk of return issues do not apply;
  • any complaints can be directed to the race organisers, or failing that, the club committee;
  • there are no after-sales services or guarantees applicable; and
  • none of our contracts last for more than 1 year, so no relevant issues apply.

E-Commerce Directive:

The Electronic Commerce (Council Directive) Regulations 2002 (No. 2013) ("ECR") regulation 9 requires the following information in relation to electronicly concluded contracts (note that, in some cases you will send a paper entry form so this may not apply, and there may be other cases where it doesn't apply either because they are not covered by the regulations):

  • (technical steps required) all online contracts are completed by filling out a form, then making any relevant online payment via our external payment gateway (we don't hold the credit card details on our site);
  • (filing of contract) we will records the existence of contracts for the benefit of the race organiser or fulfiling the order, but we don't store more information than we need to (see data protection, above);
  • (technical means for correction) correction requests should be made by email, post or phone to the race organiser involved, which should be marked for each event; and
  • (languages allowed) English;
  • (codes of conduct) the club complies with the Amateur Rowing Association guidance for clubs, see also the welfare section;
  • (terms and conditions) are listed in the legal category list.

Copyright etc

Unless otherwise specified this website is Copyright Marlow Rowing Club 1991-2013, with some pictures and other content used under licence. If you believe that there is any content that breaches copyright or otherwise should not be there, please contact the publicity officer on the committee.

Data Protection:

Data Controller: The charity is the data controller for the personal data (as defined by the Data Protection Act 1998) that the club holds. Marlow Rowing Club Trading Limited does not process any personal data. The Club Secretary manages our data protection.

Data Held:

CCTV: The club operates CCTV for security purposes. You may be filmed while around the club and premises. This data is held for a time then overwritten when no longer needed.

Webcams: The club operates a couple of webcams, one of which shows the landing stages. You may be captured on this and visible from the relevant page of the website for a few minutes afterwards. This does not reveal any information not visible by someone standing on the bridge and is not retained thereafter. This camera is used for safety to allow members to understand the river conditions.

Membership, racking and event entry list: The club holds lists of members, members with racking and entrants to events.

Parents, next of kin: The club also holds details of parents of junior members, some next of kin and other related parties.

Website users: If you are registered with the website, your name and email address are held in the site database. This is currently separate to the membership and racking databases but may be merged in 2010. If you object to your details being held online please let us know.

Web Logs: Your IP address and some configuration about your computer reported automatically by your systems will be recorded in our access and error logs on the webserver. This is generally not personal data. You can Opt-Out of this if you use the Do Not Follow feature in your browser.

Use of cookies in website tracking: This website uses PiWik, which is a analytics tool. This data is stored on our site, but will make use of a cookie to record your movements around the site.

With effect from midnight on 31st March (i.e. from 1st April) the assets and operations of Marlow Rowing Club (the unincorporated association founded in 1871) will be taken over by Marlow Rowing Club (a registered charity number 1148327 and company limited by guarantee).

When applying to become a member, or renew membership, members must confirm the following. This is intended to be legally binding, so those under 18 should obtain consent from their parents.


By applying for membership you agree that:

  • you do not have any medical or physical condition or disability which would either preclude heavy exercise or put you at increased risk while rowing, (note that (1) if you are applying for social (no gym, no rowing) membership, this does not apply, and (2) if you are "disabled" within the meaning of the Disability Discrimination Act you are welcome to join, but requested to discuss with the membership secretary what adaptions/special measures may have to be taken)
  • you have read, understood and will comply with the MRC Safety Plan;
  • you have read, understood and will comply with the MRC Safety Rules;
  • you have read, understood and will comply with the MRC Constitution, rules and disciplinary code as amended from time to time (copy available from the bar);
  • you are aware of the ARA "Row Safe" Safety Code and its contents (a summary is also sent with your ARA membership, and a copy attached to the safety notice board by the door at the club);
  • you are aware of MRC's data protection policy and consent to MRC processing your data as set out in the policy;
  • you also agree that club membership brings responsibilities to help and support the club including an implied agreement to help with organising club events as directed by the organising teams;
  • you accept that participation is at your own risk and responsibility, and understand that if under 18, in the event of any injury or illness alll reasonable steps will be taken to contact your parent/carer and to deal with injury or illness appropriately.