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Great Round the Lake Chase
Many thanks to our friends from Northampton and Oundle for joining us for the Hollowell Scullers Great Round the Lake Chase match race on 2nd March 2019.

Many thanks for joining us, we hope you enjoyed the day. Hollowell Scullers Race Team

Event video



The Tim Joint trophy presented by Angie Joint to Northampton Rowing Club's Chris Radford and Bob Green

The Adam Webb trophy presented by Ian Evans to Angela Hook on behalf of Oundle Town Rowing Clubs

Sarah Rudkin presents the The James Rudkin trophy for Challenge Eights to Peter Brookes and Catrin Sinclair from the Hollowell crew.

Race video


Hollowell Scullers welcomes beginners of all ages to rowing

Hollowell Scullers has an active junior section, from age 10 upwards, with competitive boys and girls crews in several junior age-groups.
The club also has an adult beginners group. You are never too young (or old!) to learn to row.
Beginners need to be capable of completing British Rowing's standard swim test and capsize drill.

Club Training
Saturday mornings at 9am-1pm. Wednesday evenings 6-8pm (Summer). Contact Sean (coach) membership@hollowellscullers.com.

Some movies of our racing at Competitions - Regattas and Head-of-the-River races.

Hollowell Goes to Isis 2015!

Hollowell Take the Abingdon Corner May 2015

Junior rowing at Hollowell on Saturday mornings Starting early at glorious Hollowell

Mastering the art of single sculling

Max Marston, Junior-16 winner at tbe Belgian International Championships in Ghent, 2012

Hollowell Sculler, James Rudkin (3rd from left) first raced for Great Britain in 2011 and continues to represent his country at World Championships.

Hollwell's largest craft - the Octuple Scull - being raced at Cambridge. Crew included under-11s and under-12s, also members from City of Cambridge and Northampton.


James Rudkin, at 15, winning for Great Britain against France in Nantes 2010    


Hollowell Scullers is a rowing club affiliated to the British Rowing and is based at Hollowell Sailing Club on Hollowell Reservoir at Guilsborough in Northamptonshire. It is conveniently located for Rugby, Market Harborough, Daventry, Long Buckby and the surrounding area.

The club has a fleet of sculling boats including singles, doubles, quadruple sculls and two octuple sculls.
Training normally takes place on Saturday mornings from 10-12am, and Sunday mornings from 8-11am and 6pm on Wednesday evenings, in Summer.
We have an active group of sculling members - boys and girls, from 10 years olds to 60+.

Come and join us.
For more details contact club membership secretary secretay@hollowellscullers.com.

Junior membership

The club welcomes children of all ages, who wish to take up the sport.

A frequently asked question is “how old do I have to be before I can start”
The answer to this is that our sport is not age related. You can be as young – or old – as you like. However the one prerequisite is that you are able to swim 4 lengths of a 25 meter swimming pool wearing leggings and a “t” shirt at least 2 of these lengths needs to be on your back “ life-saving style” hands folded across your chest.
Having “passed” the pool session you will be awarded your 1st National Rowing qualification - British Rowing’s Water Safety Certificate.
You are now ready to take to the water in a single sculling boat.

Capsize and Immersion Drill.

We are a small club run by amateur volunteers, with their own children and family commitments.
Although the club has some experienced rowers, it does not have regular qualified professional coaches.
Parents of new juniors are therefore expected to share in the supervision of their own children - including joining the club, taking the RYA safety boat courses provided by Hollowell Sailing Club and learning to drive the safety boats or learning to row with their children.

Henley Royal Regatta 2009 - the most famous regatta in the World

Hollowell's under-15s took part in the most famous regatta in the world. They were the youngest crew in their event, the junior quadruple sculls. An enjoyable experience, which will set them up to do well at this event in the future. (Pictures taken by Eugenie Scrase, winner of the 'School of Saatchi', young artist competition).