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Cygnet

Established 1890 | Affiliated to British Rowing and CSSC

Cygnet

Current Safety Notices

River issues this weekend
20th September 2018

Lighting-up time
9th September 2018

Barrier Closures
7th September 2017

PLA Notices to Mariners - Upper River Notices

U20 of 2018
Barnes Elms Reach to Mortlake Reach - Trial Eight Races

U19 of 2018
Richmond Lock - Pile Extraction and Installation

U17 of 2018
Mortlake to Barn Elms Reach - River Closures - 2018-19 Head of the River Closures

1920s

The 'roaring' twenties were a time of great evolution for Cygnet and civil service rowing. The Civil Service Rowing Association was formed in 1922, along with the first Civil Service Regatta. Long sought-after affiliation to the ARA in 1923 gave Cygnet access to 'open events' on the Tideway and the club participated in the first Hammersmith Regatta in 1924 and the first Head of the River in 1926. Last,
but not least, Cygnet acquired the freehold of a plot of land on Hamhaugh Island in 1920, while the
dream of a dedicated Civil Service Boathouse was close to becoming a reality by the end of the decade   (see images of Duke's Meadows circa 1927, before the boathouse was built)

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  • 1920_BungDeeds.jpg
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  • 1922_FirstRegatta.jpg
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  • 1923_Presidents cup.jpg
  • 1920s_spoons.jpg
  • 1926_TomGreens BH.jpg
  • 1900s_1d.jpg
  • 1900s_1c.jpg
  • 1920s_CampFlyer.jpg
  • 1900s_1e.jpg
  • 1920_BungDeeds.jpg
  • 1910s_3.jpg
  • 1910s_4a.jpg
  • 1920s_1.jpg
  • 1920s_3.jpg
  • 1910s_4.jpg
  • 1922_FirstRegatta.jpg
  • 1920s_4.jpg
  • 1920s_2.jpg
  • 1923_Presidents cup.jpg
  • 1920s_spoons.jpg
  • 1926_TomGreens BH.jpg

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