- Friday 30th March
- Sunday 1st April
- Monday 2nd April
Friday mornings session is unfortunately cancelled due to the Beast from the East. If you’re a regular morning swimmer you should receive an email / text too.
If you do end up making a snowman over the weekend why not make a swimming themed one and post a photo on here!
The Club AGM is to be held on Monday 19th February at 6.30 pm at the Britannia in Nailsworth. Everyone is welcome to attend.
It would be great to see some new members on the committee next year and attached is a form for nominations. If you wish to stand for any of the positions on the Committee please complete and return the nomination form by the 3rd February with your details. If you have any questions about any of the roles don’t hesitate to contact a Committee member. For information, the current Committee positions are as follows:
Role descriptions for the first three positions are available on the Club web-site.
Please also send me details of any resolutions you may wish to put forward at the AGM by the 3rd February (current agenda).
Following the great feedback from members who attended last year’s Christmas meal at The Olive Tree, we have booked the same venue for this year. As we did last year, we will have the entire first floor which holds up to 33 – which was perfect last year. If you didn’t attend last year, here is a link to the Olive Tree, it’s located in Nailsworth and has ample parking opposite.
Enclosed is the delicious Xmas menu (for any special dietary requirements like Vegan or Gluten Free, there will be additional items to choose from the main menu and we can make those requests nearer the time). For now – please could you let me know by email if you are able to attend and if you will be bringing a guest.
The entry pack is now out for the Shrewsbury Masters meet on Jan 6th. Hope to see you there.
Any queries let me know
Unfortunately we have had to cancel the Sunday morning session on 30th July.
Apologies to those who were planning to attend.
Congratulations to Club swimmers Kelly Young and Richard Percival who have just returned from Malaga after competing for Team GB in the World Transplant Games. Both came away with a number of gold medals with Kelly also breaking the world record in the 100m backstroke for her age-group.