Dragon Boat Race

Dragon Boat Race

York Rotary Dragon Boat Challenge

Wow – you have two blog posts today from me! Today felt like an Autumn day with dappled sun light and a cool chill to the air. The leaves on the trees that line the River Ouse, slowly starting to change colour.

Dragon Boat Racing is the world’s fastest growing water sport and has become popular with charities, the  York Rotary Dragon Boat Challenge provides the opportunity for anyone to take part in this thrilling sport here in York on one of its finest  assets, the River Ouse. 

The event, is normally held in July each year, but this year, because of Covid, is in September (12th). 

I stayed for a couple of hours but it started to get a bit chilly a lovely end to a lovely weekend.


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