The Sabrina Club is the Old Salopian rowing club
The Club enables members to maintain contact with the RSSBC as linked events are organised throughout the year, most notably at the Schools' Head and at Henley - when a number of Old Salopians gather to support to School.
The Club has also been active in raising funds for building work and new equipment thanks to the generosity of Sabrina members. In recent years this has included significant contributions towards the new rowing tank, construction of the impressive training facilities within the new Yale Boathouse, opened in 2012 adjacent to the 1921 Pugh Boathouse, refurbishment of the Bowring Clubroom in the Pugh Boathouse and purchase of new Empacher eights. In addition to generous donations from members helping to maintain facilities for rowing at Shrewsbury as some of the best in the country, it is now possible to leave a legacy specifically benefiting rowing at Shrewsbury. Further information is available from the Captain Nick Randall or Secretary Rod Spiby.
Salopians who have been members of the School Crew, or have attained a high standard of oarsmanship at the School, at their University, or in any rowing club recognised by the Amateur Rowing Association or have been recommended by the Master in Charge of Rowing are eligible to join the Club.
The main of the website has School news, as well as historical and background articles on Henley and other Wins and Medals.
British Rowing Safety Alerts
The latest rowing safety alerts issued by British Rowing providing advice and recommendations are available to download here for Sabrina members taking to the water.
These are now produced termly. Enquiries about newsletters should be addressed to Paul Manser, the Membership Secretary, or click here for the latest copy. Addionally, for the minutes of the 2017 AGM held on 30th September, please click here.