SCRA Annual Subscription 2017-2018

Many thanks to those clubs who have already paid their subscriptions.


Reul na Maidne
Mill St
IV26 2UN
The Scottish Coastal Rowing Association was formed on 29th May 2010 to
encourage boat building, rowing and racing of coastal rowing boats, principally the St
Ayles Skiff, around the Scottish coastline.
We are an entirely volunteer Association of clubs and other groups and rely on club subscriptions to
carry out our work.
Among other activities, the SCRA
 collates advice and information for building and using skiffs on
 supplies building advice and puts new clubs in touch with nearby established clubs
 publishes coastal rowing news on
 issues safety advice and spreads good practice
 has over 1500 members on facebook/ Scottish Coastal Rowing Group
 is the worldwide class association for the St Ayles skiff
 runs coxing, umpiring and race organisers courses in various locations
 organises in partnership with a local body a World Championship every 3 years
 organises a Freshwater Sprint Regatta and AGM at the end of every season
 represents the sport with various government bodies and other rowing race organisers
 publishes and maintains a calendar of events
 issues Rules of Racing for coastal rowing in Scotland
 supplies and advises umpires and race organisers for new clubs
 hires out race marks for regattas
 builds a community of communities
Annual subscriptions are £60 to clubs and groups, or £40 if they have fewer than 20 members.
Subscriptions are due at the AGM which is held in October, and run to the following AGM.
Payment can be made either by a cheque made out to the SCRA and posted to the address above, or
by BACS, contact me directly for account details.
Subs letter 2018.1
I will always acknowledge receipt of payment and supply a receipt by email if asked.
The committee of the SCRA is very grateful for your support and works hard for the best interests
of the sport. I am sure I will see you at one of the many regattas our members hold.
Yours sincerely,
Topher Dawson, Treasurer.



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