Anyone can take part in adaptive rowing and it is a sport that can offer an array of physical and mental benefits.
Rowing can bring a great sense of freedom when you are on the water and is also a great way to stay fit, get strong, and build friendships.
As well as traditional rowing on water you can also take part in indoor rowing and, as well as rowing for fun, there are opportunities available for those who want to practice the sport competitively
Things you might need to get started
Clubs will be able to provide all the equipment you need to get started.
If you are rowing outdoors then dress appropriately (contact your local club for more information).
Find out more
British Rowing are the national governing body for the sport in the UK: