Category Archives: Rowing Conditions

Current rowing conditions. Latest post indicates current status. If in doubt, err on the side off caution.

River Clear

The river is now between its banks and unfrozen. Enjoy!

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Now the river’s flooded!

The snow and ice have gone but the river’s now over the banks. Don’t go out unless you’re sure it’s safe for boat, rowers, and bank party.

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Freezing Temperatures

Given the freezing temperatures and icy towpath, don’t go out unless you’re very sure it’s safe to do so.

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Rowing Conditions have improved

The River has returned to more normal levels.
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Stream still fast so take good care when spinning.
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Amber Flag

Proceed with great caution. Only experienced coxes and crews as the stream is still very fast.

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Red Flag

No rowing possible. The river is too high and there’s more rain on the way

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Amber Flag

The river is flooded, wellies needed, extreme caution.
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If in doubt, don’t go out.

Current Conditions

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Green Flag

The flag is green.
The river is open to all crews

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Autumn bluster and your safety

Dear All,
Just a couple of safety issues:
EVENING OUTINGS
The summer light is fading and with it goes the freedom for less experienced coxes, crews and scullers to head out in the early evenings without a bank party or lights.
Can all crews who intend to venture out in the evenings please ensure they have a bank party, […]

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Rowing Permissions: The river is open to all crews. (Status updates are advisory.  If in doubt, DON’T go out!)

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