Nottm & Union will take 32 Junior Athletes and 9 coaches to Camp on the Gloucester Hartpury stretch of water on the 7th April to 12th April 2018
GH’s elite rowing programme is run in partnership with Gloucester Rowing Club, benefiting from exceptional facilities, including a new £1.6million boathouse opened in 2017. Gloucester Boathouse is the new home in Gloucester for rowing, canoeing and other paddle sports, drawing participants from across Gloucestershire.
In 2017, the shell of the new boathouse has been completed and fitting out of the ground floor with racking allowing operational use of the new boathouse. Changing and toilet facilities are now available.
The Gloucester-Sharpness canal provides excellent and safe conditions for rowing and other watersports and is a unique resource for the county and the South West. The iconic new centre provides much needed facilities for all types of paddle-based water sports and for all sections of the Gloucestershire community on the canal not far from the City centre.
Whilst not a holiday, with 13 water sessions and several land sessions planned in the six days, we hope every rower will enjoy themselves, make great memories and of course be in the best possible condition before the summer regatta season starts.
We are genuinely excited about the opportunity to hold our Easter 2018 junior rowing camp at Gloucester Boathouse and Hartpury College