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22/02/21 Roof going up

The steelwork is all in place and the roof is going on.

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14/09/20 Clubhouse construction begins

The construction of our new clubhouse has begun.

26/07/19 Operation GAS TAP (Georgia and Sophie: Thames in A Pair).

From Wednesday next week (21st July), Sophie and Georgia will be attempting to row the length of the navigable, non-tidal Thames in a pair.  That means they will be rowing from Lechlade to Teddington.  All in aid of raising funds for our new clubhouse.  They are aiming to raise £500 through this crazy venture (although really they should aim for a £1000), and hope that you will be crazy enough to sponsor them.  You can do so on their Just Giving page: 


To put some numbers around this:

 -  128 miles

13/06/19 Junior Summer Rowing Courses - Book Now!

Falcon Junior Summer Rowing Courses start on 29th July.  

Check out the details here:

19/03/19 50 bags of rubbish - Ox Mail on Falcon's Oxclean

Read about Falcon's contribution to Oxclean in the Oxford Mail, picking up 50 bags of rubbish from the river banks. A great team effort from members right across the club.

22/02/19 New clubhouse planning application 19/00410/FUL submitted

The plans for the new clubhouse have been submitted to Oxford City Planning for approval under application 19/00410/FUL. The minimum time for this to happen will be eight weeks, but it often takes much longer. More details will be published on our planning page in due course.

01/02/19 Enya Dale selected to train for Olympics

Falcon young kayaker Enya Dale has been selected to train for the Olympics. Read more on the Oxford Mail.

14/01/19 Minimum fuss, maximum friendliness - Canoe Focus magazine on Falcon

"How Falcon offers paddlesports for all". An excellent article about how Falcon provides paddling for all has been published in Canoe Focus magazine. You can read the article here

11/11/18 FRCC win at Vets 4s Head

On Sunday 4th November, two crews from Oxford’s Falcon Rowing Club swapped the calm of the Isis for the excitement of racing over the Boat Race course on London’s Tideway.

The Women’s Masters D quad of Julie Summers, Alison Grünewald, Camilla Scarf and Alison Salvesen joined over 250 crews taking part in Veterans Fours Head - a competition for Masters rowers (i.e. those aged 27 or older) competing in crews of either four rowers or scullers.

24/06/18 Bird's nest shoe

What happens when a boat is stored outside and not used for a month...