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A Maidenhead-based security firm has dipped its oar in the sporting world.

GCD Security in the High Street has named a new four-seater boat at Maidenhead Rowing Club 'Lock & Quay'.

The purchase of the boat, which will be used by the club's seniors, and saw it on its maiden voyage along the Thames from the River Road-based club.

The boat also bears the firm's logo.

Managing director of the security firm, Paul Hickman, cracked a bottle of fizz over the boat at the naming ceremony on October 2.

Thank you for your hard work, the club is looking much better.

It was lovely to see so many people at the club today.

If you couldn’t make it there are a few jobs left to finish up next week….please email Chris

Julie and Chris

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I hope you’ve had a chance to read one of the Club Day posters dotted about the club house and look forward to seeing you on the day.

I hope you are all well and have enjoyed your weekend at Henley or on the River. I just thought i would give you all a round up on HRR performances last week and a bit about Henley Veterans Regatta.

Maidenhead Rowing Club has announced some exciting changes for its annual summer regatta this year.

Taking place on Saturday 9th August, Maidenhead has extended its day’s racing to now include lunchtime races and 250m super sprints.

James Hanson, Maidenhead Rowing Club Captain, explains: “The Maidenhead Regatta has been running for over 100 years but we felt this year, especially with the national competition review, provided the perfect opportunity for us to trial a new format.

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