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Regional club development officer to step down

London Swimming would like to inform the Region’s members that our Regional Club Development Officer, Sophie Joinson, will be leaving the organisation on the 1st February. A replacement is being recruited but in the meantime please can you send all enquiries, club development or otherwise, through to our address so that it can be picked up by one of the other members of our team. For those of you who have been in contact with Esther Hill previously, then please do continue to use her for support.

ASA Masters Satisfaction Survey

You can help shape the future of Masters swimming in England by filling in the ASA Masters Satisfaction Survey 2016.

The ASA has a mission: Creating a happier, healthier and more successful nation through swimming. The survey will tell us about your current experience of being a Masters swimmer. This will allow us to improve the support and events that we deliver, and make swimming even better for our current members.
You don’t have to be a member of the ASA to share your feedback and complete the survey. We want the views of anyone who trains and/or competes in swimming, aged 18 and over.
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CP National Swimming Championships 2017

ENTRIES NOW OPEN

The 2017 National Swimming Championships will take place on 26th March 2017 at Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Nottingham.

The National Championships are a friendly and competitive event. They take place annually in Nottingham and the gala caters for the needs of all active cerebral palsy swimmers from club through to elite levels of ability.

The Championships are held using British Swimming classification – but cerebral palsy swimmers without classification may take part as guests if space allows.
Closing date for entroes is Friday 24th February 2017.
More details and the entry form can be found here

Athlete Funding and support available now - GLL Sport Foundation

There is an opportunity for talented athletes across the UK to be supported through the GLL Sport Foundation to aid their athlete journeys into 2017.

What:
Charitable Social Enterprise GLL in partnership with our local authority, public sector partners and SportsAid operate the GLL Sport Foundation the largest independent athlete support programme in the UK. The Foundation provides athletes competing from a Regional – Olympic and Paralympic level with tangible support.

Why:
Athlete Benefits include:
• Training membership – access to over 250 GLL and partner operated sport and leisure venues across the UK to support your training programmes
• Sport performance – access to sport science and physiotherapy programmes
• Financial – access to £200-£1,250 cash awards depending on award level

How:
• Complete the online application – APPLY NOW

When:
• Applications are open until 20/02/17