• Lady Freda (Wooden Racing Gig)

Welcome to Barnstaple Pilot Gig Club

We are a community based rowing club that was established in 2010 and is open to anyone who wishes to row pilot gig boats either socially or competitively. We also welcome membership from those who just wish to offer their support as social members without having to worry about rowing. Applications are welcome from adults of all ages and juniors from 11 -15 years.
Please have a look at our website, which has lots of information about the sport of gig rowing. There are details about how you can get involved, as a new member or sponsor and links to other interesting sites related to our sport. Hope to see you on the water soon.

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Photos from Barnstaple Pilot Gig Club's post

Nipper in Green Lanes! Come in and say hi if you are in Barnstaple.

Come and visit us in Green Lanes Shopping Centre tomorrow (26th May) and support our Off The Row'd Appeal.
We will have Nipper in the Town Square, and we will be running a 30 second challenge on ... See more

Congratulations and well done to Chris Walter, Ellie Ward and Jackie Webster for being selected as part of the crews to represent Devon County in the forthcoming National County Championships on 9th ... See more

Results from #WPGC2018:
Mens A 78th, Ladies A, 92nd, Mens B 132nd Ladies B also 132nd! Well done all rowers and coxes 😁

We have been on BBC Radio Devon again this morning. A short interview from Andy on our progress so far.
The day is a little misty to start and we hope to progress up the positions today. ... See more

Long Line Results:
Ladies; Lady Freda 96th, Nipper 127th
Mens; Lady Freda 76th, Nipper 111th #barumstrong #WPGC2018 #strengthandhonour

Have just done an interview with BBC radio Devon; listen out for some outrageous lies tomorrow morning during the breakfast show!

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NEWS: Latest Headline

Barnstaple Pilot Gig Club held a sponsored Marathon row in Rock Park last Sunday to correspond with the annual Jewson Barnstaple Marathon, raising funds for the ‘Over and Above’ campaign at North Devon Hospital, as well as the Gig Club’s Watersports Centre for Barnstaple.
Ergo rowing machines were set up in the distinctive BPGC shelter erected near the Marathon start line in Rock Park.As the countdown for the runners took place five rowers from the club were poised on the machines to start rowing the full Marathon distance, and the row began as the first runners moved off.
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