Scottish Coastal Rowing gains Charitable Status


At last year’s AGM, members voted in favour of the SCRA committee pursuing charitable status by becoming a SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation). We are delighted to confirm that our application, which was submitted to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator, was approved on the first attempt! 

SCRA is the Governing Body for Fixed Seat Rowing in Scotland, as well as being the class association for the St Ayles Skiff, Picnic Class, and Jolly Boat. Becoming a SCIO will help future-proof the SCRA, make us even more publicly accountable and transparent as well as offering us a modern structure for robust governance.

We will still be ‘known’ as the Scottish Coastal Rowing Association, but our legal title will be Scottish Coastal Rowing. Fittingly, our registered address will be care of the Scottish Fisheries Museum, in Anstruther, where the story began.

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