Parliamentary Groups do not receive any money from Parliament or Government and therefore must find funding from outside sources if they require support. Supporters are declared on the Group’s register entry in line with Parliamentary Rules (there may be a delay before appearing).

Below are details of organisations or individuals that have provided the Parliamentary Rowing Group with support in the last year or that the Group supports.

If you are interested supporting the Group, please contact us.

British Rowing is responsible for the development of rowing in England and the training and selection of rowers to represent Great Britain.

Rowing has a proud history as one of GB’s most successful Olympic sports producing World, Olympic and Paralympic Champions from across the UK.

British Rowing’s mission is to lead, enable and inspire excellence in rowing at all levels. Our vision, through rowing, is to promote the positive impact of sport by providing an enjoyable experience for all participants while upholding our position as a leading rowing nation.

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Follow on Twitter: @BritishRowing

Professor Isobel Pollock-Hulf OBE

An Honorary Member of the Parliamentary Group, Professor Pollock-Hulf has been steadfast in her commitment to the Group since its creation in 2006, when her late husband Robin Hulf became Honorary Secretary, and after whom the Parliamentary Boat Race trophy is named.  Since Robin’s passing a new structure of the Group has been employed, with non-Parliamentarians, clubs, regattas and other organisations welcome to join the Group.

Captain of Imperial College’s women’s boat club at Imperial College, Professor Pollock-Hulf is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer, patron of the Women’s Engineering Society and was Master of the Worshipful Company of Engineers in 2016-2017.  She is Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor in Engineering and Design and the University of Leeds.

Professor Pollock-Hulf OBE’s Wikipedia page

Follow on twitter: @HulfPollock

MR Sport delivers public affairs and policy services to sports bodies and organisations with an interest in sport.

It creates, manages and delivers sporting and sports-related events, and supports organisations commercially.

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