Broxbourne Rowing Club Membership

We are committed to respecting your privacy, please read the BRC Privacy Notice which explains how we will use and protect the personal information that you share with us, this is in line with GDPR.

To join the club, attend a course or renew your membership please complete a membership form and pay your membership fee or learn to row course fee.  We would prefer that you complete the online membership form (below), if you need any help please ask a committee member, as a last resort only we have paper forms you can complete, but this takes our Membership Secretary much longer and they may make an error reading your handwriting.  A requirement of your membership is to abide by the Club Rules and By-Laws for Rowing (and Safety Plan) and of the rules of the sport of rowing at all times, including the British Rowing Code of Conduct and Rowsafe guidelines which can be accessed below:

Club_Rules [after Sept 2018 AGM]

By-Laws for Rowing (and Safety Plan)

British Rowing – Row Safe 2018

Code of Conduct

 

New members please click on the below for a letter that should provide answers to most of the frequently asked questions new members have, including information on the application process and also information about rowing at the club that may be useful to you, if after reading you have any further questions please email secretary@broxbournerowingclub.org

welcome-to-brc

 

Membership Fees

Please pay your membership fees first and then complete the form in full (no short version is available this year, this is so we ensure all of the data we have is up to date and collected in line with GDPR), all fields are required unless indicated.  For Junior member’s (under 18) contact details should be those of the parent or guardian.

 

Please make your payment to Broxbourne Rowing Club (sort code 20-20-37 account no. 00234095) by:

– a single payment of the relevant annual fee by bank transfer or cheque

– standing order with 12 monthly payments on the 1st of each month

 

2019 Membership category Fees

Annual   Fee

12   Monthly Payments (Standing Order)

Full Rowing

£396

£36

Full Rowing (Intermediate under   24yrs)

£277

£25.20

Sculling* (Private boat only)

£277

£25.20

Junior Rowing (J18 and under)

£277

£25.20

Off peak**

£297

£27
Vacation Student (no pro rata)

£92

Social

£25

Indoor Racking Fee (sculling boat)***

£175

£15.91

Outdoor Racking Fee (sculling boat)***

£88

£7.95

Additional blades

£10

* Sculling membership includes a discount that is available for members that only use their own boat, i.e. they do not use club boats, they do also need to pay their racking fee in addition

** An Off-Peak Member shall pay a reduced rate, but is restricted to rowing on weekdays before 6 pm and at weekends after 12 noon. Off-Peak members may cox or coach at any time

*** Boat racking is only available to Full Rowing and Off peak members, permission and availability must be agreed with the Captain in advance

Membership fees are per annum from January to December.  Please note membership is annual therefore refunds are not available / all 12 monthly payments are still expected if leaving before the end of the year.

 

Online Membership Form

(For New Members, Renewals and Introduction / learn to row courses)

Membership Application and Renewal Form – please complete in full (particularly if any of your details have changed or you are a new member)

Mandatory fields include a *

Please confirm how you have made your payment*

Date Payment made*:

Amount Paid (or monthly amount)* £

First name*:

Last name*:

Address*: (please do not use commas)

Town*:

Postcode*:

Email*:

Date of birth*:

EMERGENCY CONTACT - Provide details of the person to be contacted in case of an accident or emergency
Name*:

Telephone number*:

Alternative Telephone number:

Relationship:

MEDICAL OR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Do you have any medical conditions, impairments, disabilities or do you require any additional support / special arrangements to take part in rowing? Some conditions such as asthma and diabetes or autism do not prevent individuals participating in the sport, but it is important that you inform the club of any condition that might put yourself or others at risk. All answers will be treated with confidence, this is balanced by the information being available when it is required to support your health and safety, please see the BRC Privacy Notice at the top of the page for more details. It will remain your responsibility to manage your condition, for example by carrying an asthma inhaler, an epipen etc. and by notifying relevant personnel (for example coaches or vice captain) including if your condition changes.
This information is essential to ensure safety of yourself and other members, if yes please detail:

If yes please detail:
Medical condition or additional requirements (needs)

Indication / Symptom / Effect

Action to be taken in emergency / incident

Juniors members (under 18) only - Please provide the junior member's email details ONLY IF you as the parent or guardian agree to them being contacted directly by the club

School name:

Select Membership Category*:

Select Squad / group you are part of*:

The Club is run by volunteers, please state how you would prefer to volunteer:

If Other please detail / if available to coach please detail any qualifications and/or experience:

Owners of racked boats, please indicate the type of racking used:

Do you have additional blades:

Your Boat details - BRX no.

Please confirm that you have insured your boat

Your Boat insurance reference

PHOTOGRAPH CONSENT – Photos and video may be taken of members at the club and events the club attends, these may be used on the club website and social media e.g. Facebook and Twitter to help promote the achievements of the club and our members, or for coaching, we will follow best safeguarding practice. Please tick YES if you are happy to be included in photographs or videos, or if you do NOT want to be included in any photographs or video please tick NO and inform your Vice Captain and crew members

Declaration - By applying for membership and/or participating in activities at the club you agree that you:
• Can swim 50 metres in light clothing (rowing kit), tread water for 2 minutes and swim underwater for 5m.
• Do not have any medical or physical condition precluding heavy exercise and will only participate in accordance with doctor’s advice. Some conditions such as asthma and diabetes or autism do not prevent individuals participating in the sport but you do have a duty to declare any condition that might put yourself or others at risk (complete the Medical or Additional Requirements above) and that if your state of health or contact details change you will inform the Club Captain (or Membership Secretary) or VC without delay.
• In the event of any injury or illness all reasonable steps will be taken to contact your emergency contact, you (or an individual with parental responsibility for a junior) give permission for first aid to be administered or where considered necessary, emergency treatment or medication by a suitably qualified medical practitioner.
• Accept that use of club equipment and facilities is entirely at your own risk and that you take responsibility for your own safety and ensure that your actions do not put others at risk (all both on and off the water).
• Have received a club induction and are aware of the Safety Notice board relating to emergency procedures & telephone numbers, capsize and recovery procedures and information on waterbourne diseases.
• Will abide by the Club Rules and By-Laws for Rowing (and Safety Plan) and of the rules of the sport of rowing at all times, including the British Rowing Code of Conduct and Rowsafe guidelines which can be accessed above

(If under 18 years old acceptance to be by parent / guardian as well as the junior member)
Please click box to confirm you have read and accept the declaration*

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