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Club News

Level 2 Teaching Aquatics courses

Spaces are still available on Level 2 courses in Nottinghamshire in September.

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Retford SC wins national award

Retford Swimming Club has been recognised for their excellent in volunteer management at the 2014 Community Sport and Recreation Awards.

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Licensing of Open Meets

No licence meet applications will be processed during August.

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Disability Application Deadline Extended

Disability Coach and Team Manager application dates have been extended

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Aquaforce Awards 2014

Have you nominated a volunteer for an Aquaforce award yet?

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Have you signed up for Swim Britain yet?

Spaces are still available at the British Gas Swim Britain events.

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ACM workshops and CPDs

Workshops and CPDs are available for Swimming Teachers and club volunteers at the East Midlands Annual Council Meeting.

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ASA/scUk Safeguarding and Protecting Children Seminar

Places available on Safeguarding and Protecting Children CPD

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CRY Heart Screening day

The Heart Screening day will now take place on Saturday 25th October at Rosebery Medical Centre in Loughborough.

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Dr David Hunt

It is with great sorrow that we announce that Dr David Hunt passed away on Friday 20th June.

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