Following the appointment of David Meli to help develop a plan for water polo through engagement with key stakeholders, and to help Swim England to fully understand the current status of water polo at a local level, Swim England will be hosting face-to-face regional meetings. The East Region meeting is scheduled for 2pm-4pm at Riverside
Off the back of two successful events in 2019, Swim England East Region are proud to introduce their flagship coach development event for 2020. For more information please click here.
Entries are now open for teams to enter the 2019 East Region Water Polo Grand Prix on 14th December in Chelmsford. Full details, including event conditions and entry details, can be found on the Grand Prix event page.
Supplementary information for the Short Course Championships is now available.
Start Para-Swimming is the new model which will help provide a seamless pathway from Learn to Swim into your clubs entry point. The initiative is focused on identifying and developing those with an eligible impairment (further details found in the information pack) at stage 4 of the learn to swim framework. Start Para-Swimming is about
At the Annual Council Meeting the Independent Examiners for the Region’s accounts are appointed. This year the meeting decided that, in the interests of good governance, it would be appropriate to seek tenders for the role from registered auditors. The Region’s financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March but we are looking to
Congratulations to the six swimmers from the East Region who have been named by British Swimming on the Para-Swimming World Class Programme! The swimmers are: Podium: Jessica-Jane Applegate (Co Norwich), Louise Fiddes (Hatfield) and Jordan Catchpole (Co Norwich) Podium Potential: Danielle Hartin (Basildon & Phoenix), Ellie Challis (Colchester Phoenix) and Grace Harvey (Hoddesdon)
The Accepted Entries have been added to the Swimming Competitions page and can also be accessed here. No further changes are possible. The schedule has also been updated with the expected start times for the later sessions each day and can also be accessed here.
Swim England East Region is today releasing details of its long course competition programme for 2020.The Region will be running two competitions this season – the 2020 Swim England East Region Long Course Championships in the national qualifying window and the 2020 Swim England East Region Summer Meet in July.This guidance document provides details of
Congratulations to Ian Mackenzie, East Region Management Board member, who took over the Swim England President role at the weekend. Ian will serve as the Swim England president until May 2021. Hear what Ian had to say about taking on the role.
Volunteers are required for the Swim England East Region Short Course Championships – 1st-3rd November 2019. Volunteers are required to fill various non-technical roles, such as heat marshalling, spectator entry and results running. Volunteers receive free entry, a programme/start sheet, refreshments and uniform. If you are able to assist for some or all of the