Getting together across Norfolk

On a bleak November Sunday, KLCRC members visited North Norfolk and thoroughly enjoyed meeting and sharing some time on the water with the fine folk of the CRABlakeney – The Coastal Rowing Association Blakeney

Scotty, Ben and Jon (from KLCRC) went for their first row in Hoi Larntan under the care and expert tutelage of Tom and Alan.  We all came away glowing and enthused.

Scotty at the helm of Hoi Larnten. A natural in this role? His authoritative and commanding voice had us working well together!

Many thanks to Antonia and All at Blakeney for opening up and offering advice.

Bob picked up plenty of tips on running the club – CRABlakeney seem to have got it right!

Plank 5 and Race Night

Here’s the second number 5, we are planning to fit both plank 6s (final plank) this Thursday.

The Sea Cadets are also holding another ‘Race Night’, contact us if you want come or become an ‘owner’ or ‘jockey in absentia (£4 to be an owner, £16 back if you win, £2 to a jockey, £8 back if you win). The bar will also be open on the night. The last one was good fun.

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Kings Lynn Boat Building History

Flyer for talk If you would like to know more about boat building in Kings Lynn 100 years ago. On Saturday, April 20th, at 7:30pm, the Baden Powell restoration team are having the first of 2 evenings featuring music by ‘Marshlander’, with a bar and food and extracts from a 1975 BBC recording with Bill Worfolk at the Sea Cadet building on South Quay. More about the Worfolks here Contact Tim Clayton on 01553 772329 or use our contact form.