Category: Swimming News

3 Peaks 3 Lakes Challenge (ok 1 Loch )

A long long time ago the wonderful Caroline Saxon sat down and said she had a challenge in mind to complete the three peaks AND three lakes ( ok again, 2 lakes and 1 loch ) challenge, and would we be interested in covering the water safety element for her and the superb team consisting of Laura Nesbitt, Lars Abrahams… Read more →

Gladmiral water safety courses for young people

    In the hope and belief that we can provide the knowledge to make young people safer around open water, we will be starting a series of four introduction to open water safety courses on Saturday 31st July at Thrybergh Country Park. The sessions will start at 2.30pm. There are 20 FREE places available per course. Parents/Guardians all you… Read more →

Donate a Swim…

We have just added a “Donate a Swim’ session on our Wix Spaces booking app to raise money for wetsuits and safety equipment for young people this summer. Swimyourswim will be running four open water safety sessions for young people and by donating a swim you will be helping us to purchase the wetsuits and safety equipment necessary to facilitate these… Read more →

Good Luck Fiona and thank you…

  With today being national thank you day we would like to say a huge thank you to all our swimmers, volunteers and partner organisations who’s help and support has been greatly appreciated since we started our little swimming adventure in 2013.   We would also like to take this opportunity to say a special thank you and good luck… Read more →

2021 First Aid Course….

Well done to the SYS Team and swimmers today on completing your first aid training. A big thank you to Andrew for providing a comprehensive and enjoyable course and to Scott for arranging. Our thanks also to Kevin from Thrybergh Country Park for hosting us.             Well done everyone, Read more →

First Aid Training

  We have a team emergency first aid at work training day this Sunday (27th) at Thrybergh Country Park and have a few spare places due to self isolation. The course starts at 9am and finishes at 5pm and you’ll receive your emergency first aid at work certificate on completion. If you would like to take part in this course… Read more →