The story of Marlow Regatta

Marlow Regatta 1919Marlow Regatta is one of the multi-lane regattas in the British Rowing calendar, attracting a large entry from schools, clubs and universities from around the UK along with overseas crews who are preparing for Henley Royal Regatta.

It is an independent regatta that is organised by a committee of volunteers on behalf of the regatta Subscribers.

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2018 Charity

For 2018 we are supporting Macmillan Cancer Support and the Stroke Association

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Useful Dates

The 164th Marlow Regatta will take place on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at Dorney Lake, Eton.


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The full list of competing crews has now been published on the Regatta page.

By John Simm
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Unfortunately, due to the forecast of strong wind and direction, the 2016 was cancelled 3 days before the event. A full refund of all entry fees has been made to all entrants. The 2017 Thames Valley Trial Head is scheduled for Sunday 5th February 2017

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Due to unprecedented demand we have had to close entries for the TVTH after just 48 hours. All 3 divisions are now full and, unless we receive any major withdrawals, are likely to stay that way.

Please keep fingers crossed for decent weather on the 31st January.

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Marlow Regatta was sad to learn of the passing of former president and regatta stalwart Bill Findlay on the 22nd December.

W.H. 'Bill' Findlay

Regatta Secretary Tony Evans has written an obituary for Bill, which can be found here.

 

By John Simm
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It is with deep regret that we have to report the sudden death of Adrian Kerridge, a Vice President of Marlow Regatta. Our sympathy goes to his wife and family.

Adrian was a long term worker and supporter of the Regatta. For many years he prepared all the paperwork for crew registration, and oversaw the running of the registration team on the day. When, very recently,  this became too much for him, he happily sponsored an event at the Regatta. He will also be remembered for what became a “traditional” part of the Regatta’s Annual General Meetings; the “grilling”of successive Hon Treasurers, which was always very correct and kept all those officers on their toes.

Adrian was also a long term member of Marlow Rowing Club and you can find further details regarding his funeral on their website.

Please note that for those planning to attend, Marlow Suspension Bridge is closed to traffic, but open for pedestrians.

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