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Membership Subscriptions for 2018/19

As agreed at Septemberís AGM full subscriptions for all LVRC Members will rise by £20.00 from April 2018:

Membership Category 2017/18 2018/19 Monthly payment
   Full £320 £340 £28.33
   Student / Junior 18 £176 £196 £16.33
   Junior 16 / unwaged £144 £166 £13.83
The annual subscription for Associate (non-rowing) Membership will remain at £30.00 per year.

Many Members choose to pay monthly, however if payment is made in full for the year by the end of April 2018, you will be given a 5% discount:

Membership Category 5% discounted rate
   Full £323.00
   Student / Junior 18 £186.20
   Junior 16 / unwaged £157.70
Emails will be sent out shortly communicating these changes individually, but if you do choose to spread payments throughout the year, please ensure that you instruct your bank accordingly in good time for the new payment to be taken from April 2018.

You can pay directly into the Membership bank account, but feel free to hand a cheque in to any member of the Captaincy Team, and an email confirmation of receipt will be sent.
Thank you for your cooperation, please remember as Members is it your responsibility to pay your subs when asked, or you may risk your membership being cancelled.

Any queries at all, please email 

Warrington Head of the Mersey Sunday 11th March 2018

LVRC put in a sterling performance at the Warrington Head of the Mersey, braving the challenging weather conditions which were so severe, the whole event was very nearly cancelled

Congratulations to our W.J18.2x on their win finishing over a minute ahead of their opposition!
The senior Men's crew consisting of Sam Crowe, Sam Fairbanks, Alex Earley and Henry, despite being marred by illness, still managed to put in a decent time on the course. The crew looked technically accurate even rowing with last minute substitutions.
The Men's Master C, four consisting of Al Woolley, Matt Myers, Chris Rycroft, Mike Egan and coxed by Alex Sapple were also not far off, with a little under three minutes over both legs!
The Women's Master D Crew of Jane Good, Brigid Badger, Jo Harrison, Alexia Light and coxed by Heather Parry put in a sterling performance with an even narrower gap of less than two minutes between them and the winners. The crew looked tidy and well composed.
The junior crews who were able to race looked good but most were scratched from the competition by the organisers because of the severe weather conditions and safety concerns.

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