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    25th November 2014

    The AHOY Crew took the Oarsome Challenge to Reebok Canary Wharf on Monday 24 November and saw Reebok Sports Club members throwing themselves into the spirit of a fun competition on rowing machines to win a bottle of cava. read more

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    12th November 2014

    The Wednesday Sailability group headed out for the day aboard Freedom and were graced with a rainbow over Canary Wharf before heading upriver to Putney through Tower Bridge read more

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    11th November 2014

    Are you up for a Challenge? The AHOY Centre's programme of Oarsome Fundraising Rowing Challenges is a unique and fun way to support a London charity. Take up the Channel Rowing Challenge or take part in the Meridian Pull on the River Thames. We have an open day on Saturday 22 November, 11am–1pm, come along... read more

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    10th November 2014

    Six o'clock on the morning of the Lord Mayor's Show and AHOY Freedom's twin engines were fired into life by Skipper Tony Mason with the AHOY's Watersports Officer Brendan O'Shea setting off in the dark, towing three of the AHOY fleet of Cutters upriver to join the River Pageant of the Lord Mayor's Show. read more

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    5th November 2014

    The Oarsome Challenge went to Woolwich on Tuesday 4 November for an evening of competition on ergos and outreach about the AHOY Oarsome Challenges. A great atmosphere was created as the winning times were challenged by next up on the ergo. read more

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    4th November 2014

    Long-term AHOY supporter and member of the Worshipful Company of Glaziers, Stephen Shaw took on a different sort of Challenge to raise money for AHOY – he walked the length of the Thames Path from Lechlade to the Thames Barrier – 190 miles of walking between 11th and 22 August 2014. Along the way he... read more

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Talking to the young people about their commitment to sailing and being part of a team was really inspiring. Taking up a new skill always requires determination and persistence - traits that can really pay off in later years. Most importantly these young people get a sense of structure in their lives that will keep them focused.

Tom Brake – Lib Dem MP for Carshalton & Wallington