Swim England provided evidence to the DCMS select committee, featured in the report, stressing the urgent need for financial support for swimming pools. The Parliamentary report has said the Government must work with councils to ensure necessary funding is in place to preserve leisure facilities
Para Swimming have are providing a number of workshops for Coaches/Swimmers and Parents over the coming few months. An Introduction to Physical Literacy for Classified Swimmers and Parents – 27th July 2020 @ 6.30pm – CLICK HERE – (Closing Date: 23/7/20 @ 9.00am) Developing Physical Literacy in Para Swimmers (L1 Coaches)– 3rd September 2020 @
Swim England is calling on its members, clubs, coaches, teachers, swim schools, swimmers and facility operators to back its #OpenOurPools campaign. Chief Executive Jane Nickerson has said millions of people are being let down by the Government’s decision not to allow pools to reopen on 4 July. So we are urging Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Swim England and it’s CEO, Jane Nickerson express their dismay at the announcement today that has not included any mention of when pools may be re-opening and have launched an #OpenOurPools campaign.
These workshops have been organised to help clubs understand the requirements of Stronger Affiliation, the compulsory standards that clubs have to evidence as part of affiliation to Swim England. If you are a SwimMark club, no action is needed, and you don’t need to attend the workshop. To book a place on one of the
Congratulations to Bernie on receiving this award in recognition of the huge amount of work he does as a volunteer with Masters. Bernie has twice been President of Suffolk and for many years was Suffolk County Championship Secretary but would be most known throughout the Region as East Region Masters Secretary. He is still secretary
Further to the Swim England ‘Returning to the Pool’ guidance issued today, the region has set up several forums for Chairpersons and Head Coaches over the next few weeks to help and support your club’s return to the water. Please allow your club committees some time to examine the document and formulate their plans as
Just a note to express how proud and grateful the region is during these unprecedented times.
Humble David Robinson said he was greatly honoured to be named the recipient of the Swim England Alfred H Turner Award – but believed there were more worthy winners. “I do not think I do any more than hundreds and hundreds of other people,” said the surprised 74-year-old. “It seems unbelievable that it’s for me.”