• Completed Learn to Swim Wave 6 or higher
  • Push & glide into 25 meters Front Crawl - recognised standard
  • Push & glide into 25m Backstroke - recognised standard
  • Push & glide into 25m Breaststroke - recognised standard
  • Push & glide into 25m Butterfly - semblance of stroke
  • Swim CONTINUOUS 100m - choice of stroke
  • Tread water for 60 seconds and exit the pool not using the steps
  • Perform a recognised dive

Please go to the "JOIN US" tab at the top of the page and complete the form.

Alternatively, you can email

All swimmers need to be able to swim to a specified standard and will need a "trial" session prior to joining.

Fees as of February 2024:  £35 / month / swimmer. (Excluding Swim Wales Membership).

This will give swimmers the opportunity to swim on Tuesday AND Thursday.

There is no obligation to swim on both days so this will give more flexibility if swimmers or family have other committments.

Your Swim Wales membership is now being changed to 12 months from your date of purchase. (Much better than the previous once per year (April)!


There are 2 Swim Wales memberships: Also a yearly Swim Wales fee of £37 for training or £39 for competing is payable once a year.

Please click this link to Swim Wales.

Most of your membership fee is used to pay for the pool facility.

Our coaches, Committee members and pool helpers are all volunteers, but occasionally they have necessary expenses (training, travelling to events, etc.) which are paid by the Club. 

The Club also has a supply of equipment for general use - this needs updating from tine to time.

Club Information


We will try to publish closures as soon as they are decided and they will be kept to a minimum to allow maximum time in the pool.

Club sessions are from 6:30 to 8:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday.

Lane 1 (Starters - Train to Train) swim from 6:30 to 7:30.  Lane 1 (Improvers - Train to Train) 7:30 - 8:30.

Lanes 2, 3 & 4 swimmers from 6:30 to 8:30 (or earlier).

The Club is always mindful of swimmers becoming tired and needing to stop!

Well fitting goggles are absolutely essential - please check these regularly BEFORE coming poolside to be sure of a good fit, clean lenses etc. Fiddling on poolside just wastes time!
All swimmers, once established in the Club will need:
 Kick Board * kick board
Pull Buoy * pull buoy
Fins * Fins
More experienced swimmers
 Hand Paddles - important for for power work. hand paddles
useful! Snorkel (Centre Type not Handed) Snorkel


At the junior level - everyone needs to start somewhere! Times are not essential.


The Club has a welfare officer:

As of November 2023 : Delyth Marshman 07968 035561