An application form can be downloaded from this page or collected from the Clubhouse.
Prior to applying for membership, prospective members should contact the Membership Secretary to arrange a time to visit the club and talk to members. This will give them an insight into how the club is run, requirements for membership and the general ambience. Prospective members are required to submit an application form to the Membership Secretary, this must be signed by a proposer and seconder who are current club members. The form will be displayed on the club notice board for 14 days.The prospective members will then be required to attend an interview with the Membership Sub Committee.
On being accepted for membership there is a joining fee and yearly subscription to pay.
Once accepted as a member of the RWBC a mooring request may be submitted to the Moorings Officer. This will add the member to the moorings waiting list, in order that a mooring may be offered when one becomes available.
New members should note that being a member of the club does not guarantee that a mooring will be offered. If the requirements of holding a mooring are not fulfilled any offer of a mooring will be withdrawn.
Classes of Membership
Full joint membership: This shall include two partners and any child of the family under the age of 18 years.
Full single membership: Which shall comprise one sole member and any dependant children under the age of 18 years.
Honorary Life membership: Granted to individuals by the Club membership at the Annual General Meeting
If you are looking for a peaceful and idyllic, safe country mooring at a reasonable rate and are prepared to join and contribute to the running and maintenance of the club, this might be the place for you. All moorings have an electrical connection and water close by. The clubhouse has a well stocked bar and social events take place at regular intervals. Prospective members are welcome to visit the club to view our facilities and chat to members, who would be happy to answer any questions.