Welcome to Flushing & Mylor Pilot Gig Club.
We’re here to promote and encourage participation in the amateur sport of rowing, based in the communities of Flushing & Mylor. Our boathouse is on Trefusis Road, Flushing, TR11 5UB. And we row from the main Flushing Beach, beside Kiln Quay.
New rowers are always welcome. Whether you are looking to take up rowing for social reasons, want to get out on the water and make the most of our coastline or if you’ve got a desire to get involved in gig racing. We have members, young and old, who regularly use our boats. See the other pages on this site for more details about getting involved.
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Flushing & Mylor finish second, holding the lead position to the top mark Flushing & Mylor Ladies A crew for Three Rivers Cox – Jeremy Stonehouse, Stroke – Liz Fernie, 5 – Jenny Shipley, 4 – Lena Budd, 3 –
Under our ‘Members Only’ heading, you’ll see a new section entitled ‘Training & Technique’. Penny has put together a central resource for all our club training programmes, notes and additional training documents. You will need the usual club password to
Our Ladies A crew smashed the previous club record of 13th at the Cornwall County Championships at Newquay last weekend, by finishing in bronze medal position out of 93 other crews. Huge congratulations to Liz Fernie, Amelia Muller, Lena Budd,
Flushing & Mylor have just held two events to encourage new people to have a go at gig rowing. As part of British Rowing’s RowFest week of activities, we had a family day and an evening social rowing session. Over the
Report and photos from Tim Wood What a weekend, rowing a pilot gig through Venice in the Vogalonga must be one of the best rowing experiences ever, and the FMPGC crew did it in style. It had taken 3 years
Those who travelled over to the Scillies for last weekend’s Championships have had a wonderful time and done the club proud. A club record has been broken with the Ladies A crew finishing 5th overall. A position neither our men’s or
Flushing & Mylor are very honoured to have Penny Chuter OBE as one of our members and coaches. On this significant day for women’s rowing – with the Women’s Boat Race being televised and staged on the same day as