There are multiple options for RTYC membership:
|Club||Includes Rowing and all water sports||£180.00|
|Club||Spouse or partner at same address||£72.00|
|Social||Use of clubhouse and social events||£96.00|
|Social||Spouse or partner at same address||£48.00|
|Youth||aged 18 – 22 on 31 August||£72.00|
|Cadet||aged 10 – 17 on 31 August||£46.00|
Family memberships are available for two parents/carers at the same address with one or more cadets.Once your application has been accepted the Membership Secretary will contact you and advise on how to make payment. The subscription year runs from 1 September 2014 to 31 August 2015. Members joining part way through the year will be required to pay a pro rata amount. There is currently no joining fee.
Application for Membership
If you would like to apply to join the club, please apply by clicking the blue button link to our online application system. If considering making a cadet application online please contact our cadet officer first at email@example.com as places are limited.
Payment can be made in monthly amounts by Direct Debit. Please select either a monthly or annual membership when you apply.
If you cannot apply online, download and complete the relevant application form below. You will find instructions for its return on the form.
Child Protection Information
The Club has a policy to make sure that young people and vulnerable adults who are taking part in activities at the club are kept safe from harm. The policy applies to all employees, contractors and volunteers who work with these groups. Child Protection Policy
Our Child Protection Guidance explains how the policy works in more detail. It has information about how we respond to concerns, who is responsible for young people when we are at external events, how we check volunteers and useful contacts. Child Protection Guidance
Some of our volunteers hold PVG Scheme Membership and we have a policy that explains how we keep safe any information we receive from Disclosure Scotland. Disclosure Information
We have a Code of Conduct that explains how we expect young people, their parents and volunteers to behave so that everyone can enjoy the activities. Code of Conduct
Finally, you can read a summary of the key points in the following document: Policy Summary
A copy of these documents is kept behind the bar in the main clubhouse. If you have any queries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org