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Hub Club

ASA Disability Swimming Hub Club

The North West Disability Swim Squad is pleased to announce that they have been chosen as the Disability Swimming Hub Club for Greater Manchester.   The Hub Club programme is an ASA led initiative whose aim is to provide assessment opportunities for anyone with a disability who are interested in getting involved with swimming.

After this initial assessment, the swimmer will be signposted to the swimming provision best suited to their individual needs such as a local club, multi sport participation session, learn to swim or one of the disability swimming talent programmes.

If you are a swimmer with a disability who would like to know more about the opportunities that exist, or know someone with a disability who is keen to get involved with swimming at any level then please contact the Head Coach, Wendy McNeil for further information