March 27, 2017

SAVE THE DATE: May 2017 Members’ Evening with Lauren Morton from Row Like a Girl

Row like a girl Lauren Morton

The next members’ evening is one you do not want to miss! Lauren Morton, from Collingham, is a Yorkshire born adventurer, ocean rower and double Guinness World Record holder. On Tuesday 9th May, Lauren will be coming to talk to Drivers’ Club members about her two attempts at rowing across the Atlantic Ocean.

Lauren’s first attempt, aged just 23 years old, ended in a rescue but the second was an unbelievable success when, as part of the ‘Row Like a Girl’ team, Lauren overcame gender barriers, 50 foot waves, a broken boat, intense bouts of sea sickness and Hurricane Alex to break two Guinness World Records, becoming the fastest team of females to cross any ocean and the youngest female four to ever attempt the feat.

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A truly inspirational woman, Lauren is also a passionate advocate for girls’ rights globally, an ambassador for Plan UK and has raised over £75,000 collectively for charity.


Where: Bowcliffe Drivers’ Club

When: Tuesday 9th May 6.30 pm for a 7 pm start

What: An evening with Lauren Morton, one member of the Row Like a Girl team who, just over a year ago, completed the gruelling Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge, rowing over 3,000 miles from Spain to the Caribbean in a 28 ft rowing boat – Lauren is coming to Bowcliffe to share her incredible story.

Dress code: Smart casual

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As is the norm for these events, the Drivers’ Club team will be serving some delicious food (on the house) and the bar will be open for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Numbers for the evening are limited to a maximum of 70 guests – so please get in touch with Michael Gledhill ASAP by emailing to confirm your attendance.

We look forward to seeing you there!

For anyone who missed out on a place this time, don’t forget to look out for details of the next Drivers’ Club event, to be held in autumn.

Row like a girl Lauren Morton

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