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  • Disabled Swimming Group Looking for New Members

    A group who attend Westfield Sports Centre are looking for new members to join their disabled swim session every Thursday between 7:30-8:30pm at Westfield Sports Centre. Disabled people can relearn to swim, exercise, regain confidence in the water or just enjoy the relaxation in a friendly and sympathetic environment.

  • Get Yourself Active and Swim England Survey

    Share your stories –good and bad – and take their short survey to help Swim England understand your swimming experiences and any barriers to participation.

  • Para-Swimming Come & Try Session

    This taster session at Ponds Forge on 29th April is for disabled swimmers wishing to find out more about competitive Para-swimming.

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