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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Our latest social row had to crews in Flushing and Mylor rowing up the Penryn River and then back to enjoy drinks and canapés on the Greenbank pontoons. It was a fabulous evening watching the sun go down and wishing Jerry and Claire
Photo above: Ladies A crew (L-R): Kirsty Anthony-Johns, Liz Fernie, Kim Dodge, Sally Thompson, Lena Budd, Mel Williams, Jeremy Stonehouse (cox) Photo above: Kirsty Anthony Johns collecting the Ladies A prize Ladies A won their race at the final Tribute
Your Committee has been working on a project over the last six months to bring together all information pertinent to the club (from its organisation, the ‘types’ of rowing we offer, training, selection, and policies on our equipment) in the
Thanks to all those clubs who attended our regatta last weekend. The weather didn’t do us any favours but, despite that, we valiantly went ahead and some great sprint racing was had by all, along the stretch of water between
The club attended Falmouth’s sprint regatta. It was a fantastically sunny day (unlike our own regatta the day after!) Two ladies crews and one men’s took part. Ladies A, with a couple of replacement rowers in place of their previous Scilly
We look forward to welcoming you to our regatta on June 19th. Please note that entries must be submitted by 17th June and that we do have a limit on numbers. Please click on the image below for the full
Smashing day at the Mylor May Fair today. Loads of people having a go on the ergo and plenty of ‘rowers for the future’ getting excited about rowing. The ergo competition mainly saw some friendly club rivalry and a clean