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Our Putney Town Rowing Club community is one that we all treasure and one that we want to maintain for as long as we can. We want to be able to accept and invite people into the community so they too can experience what it gives to all of us. 

 

Everything we have achieved has been on the back of some absolutely fantastic contributions by the membership - many of you devote your time and professional expertise, opinions, labour and hard earned cash.

our development journey

 All of these developments have made us the club that we are, and the projects have all taken place within the structure of a “Development Plan” that sets out;
 

  • Who we are

  • Where we have been; and 

  • Where we want to go

 

One of the key ‘cultural’ features about PTRC is that we are an extremely welcoming club seeking to have the most diverse membership that we can, but also that we are firmly established and based within the community.

 

Our neighbours are important to us, and support us in our activities as a rowing club. The Crematorium often shares their car park with us during head races, so that we can host other clubs, help run the race and earn money from these activities. The Crematorium also often refers us to run wakes following funerals that they hold, and in a normal year, this activity earns us a significant amount of money to help us run a rowing club.

 

Our domestic neighbours understand our activities, and support us in our applications to run events at the club, and our activities as a licensed premises, the income from which helps us run a rowing club. We rent our facilities outside of key rowing hours to community organisations, the income and goodwill from which help us to run a rowing club.

 

Our lease with Richmond recognises our community engagement (including running ‘adult’ learn to row) and provide a reduced rental and more favourable terms, to help us run a rowing club.

 

All of these relationships are key to allowing us to run a ‘not for profit’ Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) and keep our subs affordable for the amazing membership facilities that we offer.

Development journey
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100 CLUB

Our Small Society Lottery is a great way to have a chance of winning money whilst continuing to support your PTRC!

20% of subscriptions each month is paid out in cash (15% 1st prize and 5% 2nd prize of the monthly pot).  5% is donated to the RNLI with the remainder each month will be donated as club funds for the purchase of small or medium sized items to enhance the clubhouse after the redevelopment has been completed.  

Membership to the PTRC 100 Club starts at only £5 per number! Anyone over the age of 16 can participate including family, friends and colleagues.

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HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?

There are many ways to get involved at Putney Town, wether it's volunteering your time, a brilliant skill or putting on a bake sale at one of the head races to help raise money.

We're always grateful for the energy and efforts of our club members, and always excited to hear about a new idea!

How can i get involved
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