Lady Frances Clarke, a Regatta Vice-President and a Vice-President of Venice in Peril, the Mayor of Elmbridge, Councillor Mrs Tania Shipley and David Porteus, MAR President will present medals.
In the bar after racing on Saturday – Alake is playing
Alake is a singer songwriter who writes acoustic indie pop songs that dive straight to the point, adds some interesting commentary and jumps out again. He tries to explore many musical genres but keeping the best bits of popular song writing in there, so something for everyone in his sets!
Regatta NAP in aid of the Regatta and The Molesey Indoor Rowing Centre
You will be offered £1 tickets during the afternoon by regatta helpers and they will also be available from the information desk. One winning ticket will be picked after the last race each day and its holder will receive a substantial cash prize. Please buy at least one ticket!
Racing and Spectator photographs of the day will be available on the regatta website and the Molesey Life website.
A bouncy castle and a roundabout can be found a little way along the towpath.
President’s Tea Party and the Mayor of Elmbridge
At 5 pm on Saturday the Mayor arrives to join a Tea Party which includes several former Mayors and Regatta Vice-Presidents.
Selling jewelry, paintings, cards, dresses, handbags, Crewroom rowing items and cards and prints featuring Molesey Regatta
Eating and Refreshment
And of course we have a beer and Pimms bar, a wine bar, teas cakes and sandwiches, and a three course all-day table luncheon on Saturday. Regatta ice-cream is available just outside the enclosure.
Information Desk and Trophy Display
Find out more and have any questions answered at the Regatta Information Desk, and view the fabulous collection of silver prizes, some of which date back to 1867 – the first year of the Regatta.
Molesey Boat Club 150th Row Past over the Moulsey Mile
This is the founding year of Molesey Boat Club. A Molesey crew will row over the old Regatta course in recognition of this as the last race of the day on Saturday.