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24 May 2024

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Support St Hugh’s Boat Club in Summer Eights 2024

This week, St Hugh’s Boat Club have been racing the main annual ‘bumping races’ regatta on the River Isis in Christchurch Meadow. After a successful first day on Wednesday 22 May, the club’s five entered boats will be looking to build on the success leading up to the final day of racing on Saturday 25 May. With the weather forecast looking promising on Saturday, it’s a wonderful atmosphere to come and watch one of Oxford’s big traditions dating back to 1815.

The best place to take in the atmosphere is from our boathouse on Boathouse Island, and the unique bumps racing is best observed from Donnington Road Bridge. The racing times are detailed below and on the Boat Club’s social media accounts. Hope to see you there!


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