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The last time Britain was invaded happened on 22nd February 1797 when fourteen hundred members of the French Revolutionary Army landed in Carregwastad bay near Fishguard.
The French moved inland the following morning and occupied strong defensive positions on high rocky ground. The British, although outnumbered, decided to attack, with many Fishguard locals volunteering to fight. Notable among these was Jemima Nicholas who single-handedly took twelve French soldiers prisoner in St Mary’s Church armed only with a pitchfork……….and that’s why we’re called Jemima!
Interested in rowing with us?
The first step is to contact Martha or Yasmin who will direct you towards a crew or training session that you could join.
You are entitled to two sessions free of charge to help you decide if you want to join the club.
Dates and times of these sesions can be found on our Facebook page and the website.
Our weekly rowing sessions
Ladies – Tuesdays and Thursdays at 16.30: Sundays at 10.00
Men and Juniors – Wednesdays at 18.00
Mixed crews go out throughout the week
We purchased four Concept 2 machines in 2020 and these can be used by members throughout the year.
Some members use them as a winter activity when they can’t get on the water and some use them to maintain their fitness levels during the season.
They have been used in “Virtual indoor rowing competitions” and can be a sociable way to keep fit.
Safety and operational documents
We have a responsibility to provide information and training about safety to ensure all members have a safe time on the water.
All members also have a responsibility to read and put into practice the information that is in the documents below.
Use the link below to create an account. Select Fishguard and Goodwick as your club and under ‘team kit’ you should be able to find and order the clothing you want.
We recommend that you wear appropriate clothing when rowing as explained by the British Rowing experts in this link.