May
28
7:00 PM19:00

Annie Vernon ‘Mind Games’ book talk

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Venue: London Rowing Club

Book tickets here on Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mind-games-annie-vernon-olympic-silver-medalist-discusses-her-new-book-tickets-60521171453

Annie Vernon has agreed to speak about her book, “Mind Games” (which was released on the 21 March) at the Club on Tuesday, the 28 May. More details to follow… but please reserve the date now.
 
Shane Dorsett
General Manager, London Rowing Club

Find out more about Anne Vernon’s book:
https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/mind-games-9781472949103/

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May
5
12:00 PM12:00

LRC Sunday Roast

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Welcome to the London Rowing Club cafe now into its third week. Please join us for lunch from Midday to 3pm on 28th April. Families and children are more than welcome.

We will aim to seat and feed all children together at 12:30pm with adults then being seated afterwards. Children are of course able to eat with parents.

Main course £15

Two courses £21

Three courses £25

Kids Portion £8

Please Contact events@londonrc.org.uk to make your booking

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May
1
7:00 PM19:00

‘Richard Philips’ Boat Naming Ceremony

Members are invited to join a celebration of London's longest serving volunteer coaches of the modern era, Richard Philips. We will name an eight for Richard who has been a member of the Club since 1973. 

Richard's first win was as a novice in a coxed 4 at Staines Regatta in 1976. In 1984, he went on to win the National Championships with his double partner David Babbs. The following year, he reached the quarter finals of the Diamonds but then lost to US Olympic double champion, Brad Lewis, who was then beaten by Sir Stephen Redgrave. 
 
Captaincy was next for Richard, serving for three seasons, 1988, ‘89 and ‘90. Since then, Richard has coached thousands of sessions, watching rowers move through life. There is much more to say and more to come from Richard; please come on Wednesday, 01 May to hear it all.
 
The naming ceremony commences at 7:00pm. Dinner from 7:30pm, please book in to kathleen.curran@londonrc.org.uk, £25 per person, the sooner the better, but no later than Thursday 25 April. Places will fill quickly.
 
Kathleen Curran

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Apr
28
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday Roast

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Welcome to the London Rowing Club cafe now into its second week. Please join us for lunch from Midday to 3pm on 28th April. The menu will be a nod to the bounty of the British Isles. Families and children are more than welcome.

We will aim to seat and feed all children together at 12:30pm with adults then being seated afterwards. Children are of course able to eat with parents.

Main course £15

Two courses £21

Three courses £25

Kids Portion £8

Please make your reservations here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sunday-lunch-at-the-london-rowing-club-tickets-60773391851

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Apr
21
11:00 AM11:00

Sunday roast

Sunday Roast for members and their families and guests.

Menu (subject to change):
Roast Shoulder of Lamb with green asparagus
Roast potatoes and gravy
or
1/2 Roast Chicken with spring vegetables
Roast potatoes and gravy
or
Sage and cider pumpkin and goats curd tart
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Eton Mess
or
Chocolate Brownie with hazelnut ice-cream and salted caramel

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If you would like to reserve your £15 ticket or request more information, please get in contact with admin@londonrowingclubcafe.co.uk. We expect tickets to sell fast as places are limited so please get in touch as soon as you can to avoid disappointment. Children's portions will be available.

The bar will be open from 11:00am until 6:00pm on Sundays.

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Jan
25
7:00 PM19:00

LRC Annual Dinner

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Venue: London Rowing Club

The Club’s Annual Dinner will be held at the Clubhouse on Friday 25th January 2019. It is very much hoped that you will be able to attend the Club’s main social event of the year.

Admission to the Dinner will be by ticket only and these will cost £55.00 each.  The price includes pre-dinner reception followed by a three course meal. Dress for the Dinner is either Black Tie or Club Blazer with bow tie.

In addition to hearing guest speaker - Olympic gold medallist Mr Martin Cross - propose the health of the Club, members will have viewing access to see first hand the progress being made on the redevelopment of the gym.

For further details on how to apply for tickets, please click here to download our Events Booking form.

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