Whether by the sea, river or lake, the skills involved in keeping safe in open water are different to those in an indoor pool, where most swimming lessons take place.
That’s why the ASA, the national governing body for swimming in England and the RNLI, the charity that saves lives at sea, want to tell you about Swim Safe.
Swim Safe is an annual programme of improver swimming tuition and water safety sessions for all 7–14 year olds at beaches and lakes across England. And the best thing about Swim Safe is that it is FREE to attend
Please visit http://www.swimming.org/swimsafe/all-about-swim-safe/ for further information, to view a promotional video and detail on how to book.
Attached is a flyer for the location in the Northwest; Windermere, other locations are across the country. If you’re on holiday or on a day trip why not consider taking part.
If your club swimmers are interested in open water swimming this may help as an introduction to the open water covering water safety and swimming tuition in a fun and safe environment.
Please be aware that there will be no training at Brinscall on Sunday due to a few people having stayed up past their bedtime the night before :)
Do enjoy the presentation night on Saturday
and as the NHS say please drink responsibly :)
Please have a look for your name for the next round of the NL League at Leyland, and indicate your attendance or not.
Kathryn Pilkington will be on hand all this week during training at Chorley All Seasons Leisure Centre selling tickets for this weekends presentation night.
Please have a look at the team sheet below and indicate your attendance or not in the comments section below.
We hope everyone enjoyed the gala this weekend gone,
there was some excellent swimming from all of our swimmers,
young (alphas) and old (Ewan) :).
Well done to you all
The results are available to download below in PDF format
Congratulations to our squad swimmers Lizzie Woodcock (PSC), Georgia Ashton (BMSS) and Scott Paynter (BMSS), who have been selected as part of the North Lancashire Team to compete in this year's Inter Association Competition.
Unfortunately Lizzie will be unable to swim due to a prior engagement but Georgia and Scott will race next Sunday, 26th June at Wigan Life Centre.
Georgia has been selected for the 100 and 200 Backstroke and Scott, the100 and 200 Breaststroke.
Good luck to you both and the rest of the North Lancashire Team!
Please be aware that because of the the Microleague gala on Sunday there will be no swim training at Chorley from 5-8pm. This affects all squads including Alphas who normally train on Sundays.
This DOES NOT affect land training which will run as normal
Keep an eye out here for any news and announcements to do with the club.