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We make it super-easy to find and book over 600 local leisure activities - all in just a few clicks. But we believe in sharing the good times! Build your own network of leisure friends and widen your interests - we're here to help. We're proud to introduce our brand-new, sociable marketplace for leisure bookings.
Browse thousands of activities, or let us suggest something. From yoga workshops to 5-a-side football, pottery to cookery classes, there is something for everyone!
Book and pay for your activity in just two simple steps. Bring guests or invite other friends to join you. Simple! Now you can get with the fun stuff...
Share the good times with new and old friends. Discover new interests and grow your leisure network. They say two's company, three's a crowd... and we think crowds are great!
Sort out your fun-life! Join local rowing groups. Follow, friend and meet other rowers. Rowing and a whole range of leisure activities.
Rowing is the sport or leisure activity of propelling a boat on water using oars. Also known as Crew, rowing can be recreational or competitive. There are a number of different boat classes ranging from an individual shell (single scull) to an eight-person shell with coxswain (known as a coxed eight). In all forms of modern competition, the number or rowers is either one, two, four or eight and boats may be coxless or coxed. The cox steers and directs the crew.
Rowing is an exciting and social sport that teaches you how to be a real team player. It's physically very demanding - so, if you're looking for a fantastic way to stay in shape and you love being on the water, rowing is perfect. If you want something more recreational, open water or coastal rowing allows you to learn the basics using wider boats so you're less likely to fall in!