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Chairman’s Blog

 At school, our PT teacher always maintained that character expressed itself most obviously on the sports field.  Want to know what a guy’s really like?  Watch him play football.  Or rugby.  Or any team game that requires initiative, quick-thinking, raw ability and …yes…character. This little insight has come back to [...]

By |February 20th, 2014|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Chairman’s Blog

Chairman’s Blog

Here’s a thing. It’s Sunday morning and sunshine invites us back on the water. The wind has disappeared. The last storm has tossed our boats around in the compound, damaging one of them, but the beamy Safran is still intact. We rig it up, stow the coffee and fruit cake, [...]

By |February 17th, 2014|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Chairman’s Blog


During the weekend of 24-26 May 2014, Exmouth Rowing Club will be attempting a Million Meter Challenge row to raise money for both our Club and Exmouth Lifeboat. The aim is to row 1,000,000 meters over the weekend. Our target is to raise £6000. To members: We ask that you [...]

By |February 15th, 2014|Fundraising|Comments Off on MILLION METER CHALLENGE

Teignmouth Coastal races

We've been invited to compete in the Teignmouth Coastal races on Easter Monday. Get those crews together and entries in! Come and see ERC in competition...

By |February 12th, 2014|Events, Offshore|Comments Off on Teignmouth Coastal races

ERC receives confirmation that Inshore Lifeboat Station to be new premises

Further to an EDDC cabinet meeting on 30th October, it has been confirmed that we are to be moving into the old inshore lifeboat station in January 2014. The 50K grant from Sport England will be used to renovate the premises. This will enable us to store our boats and [...]

By |October 31st, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on ERC receives confirmation that Inshore Lifeboat Station to be new premises