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Glanford Boat Club is a private boat Club in Brigg, Lincolnshire which was formed in 1934.

It is situated on the River Ancholme. Glanford Boat Club is approx 7miles inland of South Ferriby lock, which provides access to and from the River Humber.

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The club welcomes new members either experienced boaters or people new to boating. The club offers the following excellent facilities:

Internal Facilities:

Clubhouse with ladies and gents toilets and showers; Well equipped galley with cooking facilities and utensils; Covered barbeque area complete with gas BBQs; Bar and lounge area with pool table and library

Bar Opening Hours: 

Friday & Saturday evenings from 8 pm onwards; Sunday lunch time(summer only)12 noon to 3 pm

Outside Facilities:

Slipway and boatlift; All berths include electric points and water; Car parking;

Waste disposal points – household – oil ; Security gates with access control

CCTV cameras and site security lighting

Experienced boaters are welcome, if you are new to boating and lack experience then by joining Glanford Boat Club you will have a wealth of experience to draw from through the more experienced members in the club. You will also have the opportunity to develop your boating skills through formal and informal training. The club's Captain organises the annual "Captain's Cruise" to Hull Marina for a weekend at Easter. Other social events include the annual Regatta held at the Spring bank holiday weekend and the annual Dinner Dance and awards evening held in October. There are a number of ad hoc social events held throughout the year. Boats are over wintered out of the water, "lift out" usually takes place the weekend immediately following Bonfire night and are lifted back into the water at "lift in" usually the 2 weeks before Easter. Lifting out boats provides all members with the opportunity to embark on a winter maintenance programme and safety checks. If you are interested in joining the club the first step is to download an application form and submit the completed form to the membership secretary.

If you are unable to do this then contact any of the committee members and they will arrange for a form to be sent to you.


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