Rowing: The Clare Hall Boat Club

The Clare Hall Boat Club now has a  dedicated website.

The Clare Hall Boat Club (CHBC) trains new rowers at the start of the academic year and welcome novices and experienced rowers alike. Rowing at Clare Hall provides a great opportunity to be part of the famous Cambridge rowing experience!

The pain of rowing in the winter months is rewarded by glorious outings in the spring and summer. The CHBC has achieved an excellent record over the past few years, winning the Pegasus Cup in 2010 and the 2010 May Bumps overall.

Rowing is an opportunity to experience working in a team and to form some great friendships. It’s a big commitment, but lots of fun! Don’t be afraid to sign up – many rowers had never been in a rowing boat before arriving at Cambridge. If you are interested in rowing, talk to a member of CHBC.


Please Note
The website is subject to short interruptions over the next two weeks as we are in the process of a server transfer.

Saturday 31 January, 7.30 pm
Intimate Engagements

New Zealand Chamber Soloists

Tuesday 3 February, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
Bruno Riccò on ‘From Silicon to Graphene and beyond. The hidden engine of change’

Tuesday 10 February, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
Michael Loewe on ‘Kaifeng - Life in the capital of China's Song Dynasty ca. 1100 CE’

Saturday 14 February, 7.30pm

A concert of poetry and music by Ivor Gurney with singers Andrew Kennedy, Charbel Mattar and Camilla Seale, with readings and a talk by Kate Kennedy

Updated  Nov.06.2007