Maidenhead Rowing Club is a popular venue for private events such as christenings and family birthday parties. We are always looking for confident, presentable Bar Staff to serve in the Bar during our private functions.

We are looking to hire people with plenty of energy and an enthusiasm for providing the best experiences for our customers whilst enjoying themselves along the way.

The main tasks of the role include:

  • Setting up and stocking the bar
  • Serving drinks
  • Pouring welcome drinks and toasting Champagne
  • Cash handling
  • Collecting and washing glasses
  • Ensuring excellent standards of cleanliness and hygiene
  • Assisting the Bar Supervisor

Successful candidates should be able to work on a flexible basis and have good communication skills. You will be well-presented, proactive, confident and reliable.

Experience preferred, but not essential. Due to licensing laws, candidates must be aged 18 or over.

Mainly weekend work during the summer, sometimes at short notice.

£9.60 per hour (on a casual basis).

If you feel that you fit the bill, please send a brief description of yourself along with a CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please note: You must be eligible to live and work in the UK unrestricted.

Please find the minutes from the AGM meeting held on 13th December 2017 here.


Rob Brockwell


The Adaptive (Para) Rowing launch on 10 September was a great success. Many thanks to the many members of the club who turned out to support the event. 

We hosted 22 adaptive rowers and novices: 9 from Invictus GB team; 7 from visiting clubs (Marlow, Guildford, Worcester, Cantabrigian, Twickenham); 2 Maidenhead L2R; and 4 potential new members.

GB para rowers Andy Houghton and Naomi Riches kindly joined us for prize giving.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further info.







Maidenhead rowing club's Senior Men again prequalified for this years Wyfold Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta: members of the squad have qualified and rowed in the Wyfold each year they have entered, 2013, 2014 and 2016.

HenleyRR Men1

The crew started the year entering fours Head of the River Race, as well as Henley 4's & 8's head where they finished with the fastest provisional time.

Ahead of Henley the squad competed at Wallingford Regatta, Marlow international Regatta and the Metropolitan Regatta, placing 2nd on Sunday in Tier 3 coxless fours.

HenleyRR Men2This year the Wyfold Challenge Cup saw 60 club entries, including international crews from Germany, Australia and the United States of America. Only 32 qualified to race. Maidenhead enjoyed early success beating Radely Mariners on Wednesday with a verdict of 2 lengths.

Thursday's heat saw stiff competition against Thames Rowing Club.

Initially Maidenhead enjoyed an early lead with a quick time to the barrier but ultimately where taken  by Thames who went on to compete at the Semi-finals on Saturday, narrowly losing against this years winner, Sport Imperial.