Tees RC is now able to move into Phase 2 of our return to rowing, as detailed in recent email communications from Tees RC Captain and TRUT. Please find below all relevant documentation:

Tees RC Return to Rowing Phase 2 - Basic Announcement

Tees RC Return to Rowing Phase 2 - FAQs

Safety Advisor's COVID rules

RTWC Return to Rowing Phase 2 - Access Rules and Booking Protocols

Thank you for taking part in the Tees Virtual Regatta 2020, it truly was a national event with rowers from Inverness to Totness, from the Lakes to the Broads, from age 9 to age 74, from life long rowers to complete novices, well done everybody!

Here are the results:

We hope you will be able to come to future Tees RC events, where we can recreate some of these races on the water.



The 73rd Annual General Meeting of Tees Rowing Club will take place on Sunday 15th March 2020, starting at 10.30 am (after the minihead).

Information relating to the AGM and nomination process can be found here.


We are deeply sad to announce that our much loved friend and coach, David “Stan” Collingwood, has died after a relatively short illness. The following words were written by one of the Masters H Squad he coached, Chris Kenyon, and on Sunday 20th October we were proud to invite his wife, Linda Collingwood, to participate in a boat naming ceremony in Stan's honour. As she said on the day: “David knew this was happening and was very proud – this will be the first and only boat which has ever been named after him.”

“Stan” is a heavyweight single scull which has already won its first race in the hands of 27-year old Steven Roe – the Open 1x (Band 1) at Tees Small Boats Head, which was held the same day its namesake passed away. Again, in Linda's words which were inspired by the man himself: “God bless this boat and all who scull in her!”

Please click "Read More" below for pictures of the boat naming ceremony and an appreciation from Tees Rowing Club.